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A written and accessible code of behavior which is enforced by a powerful entity (almost always a state actor). Part of this code includes the entities responsible for maintaining and interpreting the written statutes, the punishments that can be applied in the case of the violation of the stated rules, and the means for determining guilt and innocence of parties suspected of violating any aspect of the aforementioned laws.

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To put it more simply: When a new nation declares its independence from a nation of which it was formerly a part, there will be bloodshed if and only if the parent nation is able and willing to impos …
answered Jun 25 '12 by Keith Thompson
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criminal law, but the question regarding unilateral secession is whether it's authorized by the Constitution. We commonly refer to unconstitutional actions as "illegal"; perhaps that's insufficiently … matter of a criminal law for which violators may be punished. For example, there is no punishment specified for passing a law that restricts free speech, but any such law is invalid. Texas V. White …
answered May 17 '12 by Keith Thompson
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required to vote as they committed (though there may be penalties under state law). The Constitution leaves it to each state legislature to decide how electors are chosen. All states currently do so …
answered Oct 23 '12 by Keith Thompson