[ lˈiːɡə͡l pɹˈɪnsɪpə͡l], [ lˈiːɡəl pɹˈɪnsɪpəl], [ l_ˈiː_ɡ_əl p_ɹ_ˈɪ_n_s_ɪ_p_əl]
How to use "Legal principle" in context?
There are many legal principles that lawyers use when advising their clients. Some common legal principles include the following:
1. The rule of law is a fundamental principle of the law, which holds that law must be based on publicly-available sources of legal authority and applied equally to all people within the jurisdiction of the law.
2. The presumption of innocence is a cornerstone of the rule of law, which holds that an individual is presumed innocent until proven guilty.
3. A person's right to a fair trial is a fundamental right protected by the rule of law.
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