_____ requires judges to consider how previous cases have dealt with similar issues.

Conspiracy is an example of an _____ offense.

The legal term for “body of the crime” is _____.

The Bill of Rights consists of the first 10 _____ to the Constitution.

Case law is greatly influenced by the issue of _____.

The existence of other means to protect society against undesirable behavior is one of the criteria that determine what behaviors are made _____.

_____ specifies how the criminal justice system may deal with defendants and offenders.

Actus reus, mens rea, and _____ must be present for an act to be considered a crime.

_____ is the principle that states that a person cannot be tried for the same crime twice.

The thirteenth-century _____ conceded legal rights to the English barons and people.