Monday, June 11, 2012


For those who eagerly* have been awaiting the answers to my June 1, 2012 post, see below:

No one should trust companies that break laws.

Some people believe jails, which are often overcrowded, breed criminals.

Appeals that are granted before final disposition are interlocutory.

Firms that offer bonuses are desirable places to work.

United States District Courts, which cannot hear all cases, are courts of limited jurisdiction.

Trials that involve numerous parties take longer than two-party trials.

*More on this later.  Eager and anxious frequently are misued.

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