What are the 4 types of law? In this presentation, we will examine the four primary sources of law at the state and federal levels. These four sources of law are the United States Constitution, federal and state statutes, administrative regulations, and case law.
What are the 5 types of law?
- Criminal Law. cases in which people are accused of committing crimes that harm other people or property.
- Examples of Criminal Law. murder, larceny, rape, assault, DWI.
- Civil Law.
- Examples of Civil Law.
- Constitutional Law.
- Administrative Law.
- Examples of Administrative Law.
- International Law.
What are the 3 most common types of law? Under the common law system of the United States, three major categories of laws are defined at the federal and state levels: criminal, civil (or tort), and administrative (or regulatory) laws.
What are 5 important laws?
- Civil Rights Act (1964).
- Voting Rights Act (1965).
- Medicare and Medicaid acts (1965).
- Federal-Aid Highway Act (1956).
- Economic Recovery Tax Act (1981).
- National Defense Education Act (1958).
- Tonkin Gulf Resolution (1964).
- Amendments to Immigration and Nationality Act (1965).