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Journal Activity 1:
Case Scenerio:
Ewing was a medical student at the University of Michigan. When he failed a
qualifying examination, he asked for a chance to retake it. He knew that everyone
else who had failed the exam was allowed to retake it. The university refused to
allow Ewing to retake the exam. He sued, arguing that the university had acted
unconstitutionally by depriving him due process as promised by the Fourteenth
Amendment to the US constitution.
1. Restate the case you see it.
2. Explain the legal principles that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What implications could this case have on you personally or on others today?
Journal Activity 2:
Case Scenerio:
An employee of a self-service liquor store watched Lee pick up two bottles of
cognac worth $25 each. Lee concealed one of the bottles in his pants and held the
other in his hand. When approached by the employee, Lee returned both bottles to
the shelf and fled. He was chased by the employee, who flagged down a police
cruiser. Lee was arrested for shoplifting.
1. Restate the case you see it.
2. Explain the legal principles that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What implications could this case have on you personally or on others today?
Journal Activity 3:
Case Scenerio:
Philip Smith kept a poisonous spider in his locker at school. He was very careful
to keep it locked up so it would not harm anyone. One day, while Philip was is
class, two students got the spider out of Philip’s locker and let it loose in the
girl’s locker room. Judy Norton was bitten by the spider. Norton is suing Smith for
her injuries.
1. Restate the case you see it.
2. Explain the legal principles that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What implications could this case have on you personally or on others today?
Journal Activity 4:
Case Scenerio:
A 16-year-old was charged with vehicular homicide. He was 17 when he first appeared
before the juvinile court, and he was 18 when the case actually went to trial. The
issue is which court will hear the case.
1. Restate the case you see it.
2. Explain the legal principles that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What implications could this case have on you personally or on others today?
Journal Activity 5:
Case Scenerio:
Benner Imports, Inc., an automobile dealership, placed an advertisement in the
Chicago Sun-Times to sell a station wagon. The advertisement displayed a price that
was $700 lower than the dealership had indicated in the advertising copy sent to
the newspaper. A customer wanted to buy argued that the advertisement was an
officer that he had accepted, creating a binding contract.
1. Do you agree with the customer or the auto dealership? Why?
2. Explain the legal principals that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What implications could this case have on you personally or on others today?
Journal Activity 6:
Case Scenerio:
Donna Grayson works for Viorst Caterers. Grayson’s doctor has recommended that she
have surgery. If she has the surgery she will be unable to work for a month. The
owner and president of Viorst says, “Don’t worry, your job here is safe. When
you’re well enough, come back.” When Grayson returns one month later she is fired
for taking so much time off.
1. Did both parties provide consideration in this agreement?
2. Explain the legal principles that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What implications could this case have on you personally or on others today?
Journal Activity 7:
Case Scenerio:
David Faria orally agrees to sell his house in Cleveland, Ohio, to Marie Ellis for
$95,000. Ellis immediately sells her house in Nevada, gives up her job, and moves
her belongings to Cleveland. Faria refuses to sell Ellis the house.
1. Would this sale deal with what the law would classify as “real property?”
2. Explain the legal principles that apply to this case and its likely outcome?
3. Would this case be an exception to the rule that contracts for sale of real
property must be evidenced in writing? Explain your answer.
Journal Activity 8:
Case Scenerio:
Erickson Construction built a concrete water slide for Kenilworth Corporation. The
project, known as Mountain Rapids, opened to the public the day after the job was
completed. Kenilworth refused to pay because the concrete flumes within the water
slide were cracked. The cracks did not affect the operation of the water slide.
Erickson argued that the doctorine of substantial performance provided for payment
of the amount of the contract less an amount to offset the defects. Kenilworth
argued that it only owed Erickson the value for materials used for the work.
1. Would this case be a matter of satisfactory performance or substantial
performance?
2. Explain the legal principals that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What implications could this case have on you personally or on others today?
Journal Activity 9:
Case Scenerio:
Arthur and Alice Chevalier made an offer on some town-owned land after reading the
following advertisement: “The Town of Sanford will accept bids until 4 p.m. June
13th for the sale of the following property: [description of property]. All bids
should be mailed to [name and address of town administrator].” The Chevaliers sent
in the highest bid. When it was not accepted, they sued the town.
1. Must the town accept the highest bid on the land it was auctioning?
2. Explain the legal principals that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What implications could this case have on you personally or on others today?
Journal Activity 10:
Case Scenerio:
Kevin Woods bought a used car from Robert Secord for $1,300. Secord told Woods that
the sale was “as is” and without guarantee. He also said that the car was in good
condition and ran properly. The car broke down before Woods reached home. After
notifying Secord of the problem and receiving no relief, Woods sold the car for
salvage for $600. Woods then tried to recover damages from Secord.
1. Would Secord be able to legally defend his position by emphasizing that he
offered the car in “as is” condition?
2. Explain the legal principals that apply to this case and its likely outcome.
3. What can you do to protect yourself from purchasing a bad used car?

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