Legal Idioms

Fill in the blanks in these phrases from law and jurisprudence.
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Last updated: January 18, 2013
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clear and present danger
with malice aforethought
signed, sealed, and delivered
beyond the call of duty
good faith and fair dealing
culpable and reckless conduct
dead hand of the past
fruit of the poisonous tree
Phrase
due process of law
a jury of one's peers
the burden of proof
beyond reasonable doubt
nothing but the truth
the state of the Union
time, place, and manner
last will and testament
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cease and desist
assault and battery
breaking and entering
uttering and publishing
null and void
goods and chattels
full faith and credit
advice and consent
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Level 71
Jan 19, 2013
I did not know until you included it that "state of the Union" is found in the U.S. Constitution. Timely bit of information.