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legal system

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlegal systemˈlegal ˌsystem noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 LAWthe laws and the way they work in a particular country 🔊 the British legal system
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legal systemHowever, he also acknowledges that any actual legal system synthesizes the static and the dynamic principles.Legal principles tend to reflect the basic values that the legal system is committed to uphold.To cope with the massive increase in prosecutions, the paper even suggests revisions to the legal system to deal with offenders.Parliament is all-powerful, the supreme authority within the legal system.The legal system is composed of people, and people err.The legal system should be stamping out vigilantes, not encouraging them.
From Longman Business Dictionarylegal systemˈlegal ˌsystem [countable]LAW the laws and the people and institutions that make them work in a particular countryAny reform of the legal system is an extremely long process. system
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