Sometimes when you feel you know a lot about the law, you get thrown a curve ball. An action is not a motion, prejudice is not really prejudice, standing has nothing to do with the body, and prayer is just plain weird. Indeed, it’s sometimes difficult to understand legal terms or concepts, especially when you’ve had years of using those terms or concepts in a different way. That’s okay. Take those terms as they come, and use them to benefit your case.
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