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The British introduced their system of common law which was kept for the most part by the colonists after they won independence. Some examples of British statutes that made their way into American law include habeas corpus, or the right for an arrested individual to appear before a court, and jury trials, where an arrested individual can appear in front of a committee of his or her own peers. Later, the United States Supreme Court (1803) adopted judicial review powers that were similar to, or even more expansive than their British counterparts....
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