In society as well as a business, law plays a significant role in their daily operation. For a society to be efficient and effective, laws have to be put into place to regulate social behavior. This paper intent is to define the functions and role of law in business and society. Finally, an example of how law is observed in the United States Navy will be elaborated upon.
Although “law on the books” and “law in action” appear to have the same goal in mind which is to seek justice for those who have broken the law, there are vast differences between the two of them. Before moving forward, I feel compelled to give a brief description of what “law on the book” and “law in action” means. Law on the books is defined by Neubauer and Fradella as providing citizens a perspective in understanding the legal foundations of our nation’s criminal justice system (pg. 7). Neubauer and Fradella go onto state that law in action is a formal understanding as to how discretionary decisions are made within the context of formal law (pg.7).
People should have a high school diploma before they get a driver's licences for two reasons they are, some people are too immature to be handling a driver's license, some people who do have a driver's licence but no car sometimes don’t really have enough education about how to drive cars, but for a counter claim ;however, Most people would learn at a younger and better age to drive than those who learn to old and have some difficulties remembering.
The key differences between the “law on the books and “law in action, the phrase law on the books defers because the term law in the books is written and/or codified. Law in the books is written and laws to be followed by a country or state. Law in action refers to how and if a law is applied or enforced it varies depending on the enforcer. (“Answers.com in Criminal Law”, n.d.). The laws in the book includes, but are limited to the laws of this country and state, however, the key difference of laws in action is the enforcement of the laws.
1) Since the injured plaintiff was not wearing a seatbelt, why is Ford being sued for failing to test the seatbelt sleeve?
One reason California should implement this law is because it gives students an incentive to work hard and get better grades. When teenagers get their driver's licenses they have a whole new sense of freedom. When this privilege is revoked, many teens don't want to have to rely on other people to transport them places
Due to state safety concerns many states have raised the minimum legal age to drive. The state of Virginia, which is where I live, is now thinking of doing the same. This state should be looked at with careful consideration. The state of Virginia will look at all reasons why it should not be raised before coming to a conclusion. The driving age should not be raised because it would be much harder to get a job, having another driver in a large family can help with day to day tasks, and social freedom and growing up.
The state lawmaking body ought not pass a bill that would require a man to win a secondary school confirmation before he or she could get a driver's permit because of the way that it is a disadvantage. Folks would need to drive kids more places and the children would take more time to grow up.
People are going to do what they want, when they want so there is no possible way that they can control the action of people expanding their families. It is unconstitutional to not have the right to freely breed as often as possible.
(Lafollette.1980:p188) If it is determined someone is going to maltreat a child then a license should be denied. Lafollette infers, “this conditional way of formulating the right to have children provides a model for formulating all alleged rights to engage in hazardous activities”. (Lafollette.1980: p188) Denying licenses to incompetent drivers does not deny their human rights, so by using this model denying parenthood to incompetent parents does not violate their human
State governments are giving reasons to people why they are changing the rules to get a drivers licence. They are telling people restricting driving hours and certain times of the day helps them little by little, but raising the age could give them a full drivers licence off the bat being more responsible.
At many state legislature meetings, the issue for driving has been brought up. The citizens of the state legislature want to consider a bill that would require a person to earn a high school diploma before he or she could receive a driver’s license. This may be a good idea to some people, but many disagree with this statement of law enforcement.
Natural Law is a deontological moral theory (with several elements of teleological concepts) that determines the morality of an action based on the primary precepts, whilst also reflecting on human nature and rationally working out what leads us to happiness. One of the perceived strengths of Natural Law is the idea that is shares common human nature across the world. This means that we can uphold a moral standard that everyone must follow, rather than finding ourselves stuck with moral relativism or subjectivism. This is a benefit as if morality was subjective then any individual, such as Hitler would be able to justify his actions due to his interpretation of morality being subjective. Similarly, if morality is relative to a particular social culture, then what we think of being morally correct could simply just be a social construct, and we shouldn’t enforce this social construct onto others who follow their own moral law (an example of this is the Western Laws enforced in the Pitcairn trials). Because of a shared human moral code, Natural Law is one of the few moral codes that could state plainly and clearly that murder is wrong, without considering the time, place or scene. This argument, though having its merits, is a victim to what is known as the “is-ought” fallacy. This fallacy was introduced by David Hume and he said, “If something is a particular way by ‘nature’, it does not logically follow to conform. Therefore, even if we have a natural inclination to act in a
I understand getting a license is difficult, but in the end everything you go through is worth it. The driver will have more experience, more time to learn, and the driver will learn to drive with others as well as driving on your own. So I think that establishment of graduated licenseing is a good thing for teenagers and for society. When you take your
If someone were to ask me, "What has the government done for you today?" I would most likely say nothing, but as I researched I have looked back on my past and my present. I have realized realized that through the years I have really noticed that laws do hold a foundation on my everyday life as well as others. Laws are principles and regulations that are established under the authority of the state and/or the nation. They help to form the foundation for a country that protects and provides for its citizens.