That aint math
@AmTran_Bus Ik History is dead
I'm afraid the mathies here won't know it.
But I will try to help you, Tell me, what is civil law?
System of law concerned with private relations between members of a community
now tell me what military law is?
All legal structures that govern military personnel
i think its c
Wouldnt it be C or D?
So what I'm hearing is : Military law only governs the military. Correct?
Bp stop giving out the answers, man. o.o
civil would be about citizens, Military is about armed forces. So Civil is focusing on people who are not in the armed forces. The military has their own Law to the military.
... come on people... I was in the middle of an Ariana break through -.-
i give the answer and let someone else explain it.
im not good at explaining.
What im trying to say, is the military has their own system. Like law enforcement etc. So theres two seperate courts and stuff see what im saying?
THROW SUM MO!!!!
So I believe it is C
@iiAriana You already know the definition, you just did not understand them. correct? :)
thts wht i said
@Mackenzie2013 Ok thanks!
WHT? I SAID IT WAS C!!!
@Afrodiddle yes correct
@bpstation I gave you a medal
@iiAriana If you need anymore help please tag me.
@bpstation It does not matter if you don't know how to explain it, it is still against the rules to give out straight answers. It is most likely that if you dont know how to explain it, you yourself dont quite know.
@Afrodiddle good point
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Well ok then, @iiAriana , I know a lot of the Military and the law, do you have any more questions? I may be able to help.