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Make a brief comparison of the key parts of your country’s’ systems compared to that of the Australian systems

  • Structure and role of the police force or military personnel
  • Types of civil laws – examples and explanations

 

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Law-Making Systems & Legal Structure of Your Own Country(sultanate of Oman)

Part A

Your report must contain the following THREE key areas

1.Law-Making Systems (e.g. Parliament)

2.Legal Structures (e.g. Courts)

3.Enforcement (e.g. Police/Criminal Laws)

 

Suggested areas to look for are as follows:

Section 1 – Law-Making Systems

  • Type of system – democracy?, monarchy?, communist?, other?
  • Representative government?, elected/not elected?, King/Queen?
  • Parliament?, Other Structures?
  • Supreme Head of State/Country?

 

Section 2 – Type of Court System

  • Names of Courts
  • Court hierarchy?
  • Original & appellate jurisdiction?
  • Criminal &Civil jurisdictions?
  • Types of court cases
  • Types of legal personnele.g. judges, juries, lawyers)
  • Adversary or inquisitorial system of trial

 

Section 3 – Law Enforcement

  • Structure and role of the police force or military personnel
  • Types of criminal laws & sanctions (try to find at least three different crimes)
  • Types of civil laws – examples and explanations

 

Other interesting/unique features

  • g. death penalty for some crimes
  • Military rather than police
  • Other features

 

Part B

Make a brief comparison of the key parts of your country’s’ systems compared to that of the Australian systems.

 

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