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UMUCgrad2013

Media Law

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I did that already. This is my first law class and I wasn't sure if "subject" meant a specific item in the court document such as finding the case number or who the plaintif is. If subject just means what is the case about I can answer that just thought it meant a specific piece of the court document?

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If you were uncertain whether "subject" had a specialized meaning in this context, one would have expected you ask about that rather than simply asking us to do your homework for you. Generally speaking, if you are uncertain how to do an assignment given by a teacher/professor (or if you think a teacher/professor might be using an ordinary English word in a specialized manner), you should ask the teacher/professor for clarification rather than asking a bunch of anonymous strangers who aren't taking your class and don't know your teacher/professor to do the assignment for you in the hope that they might know how to do it. The person who told you what the "subject" of the case was probably assumed that you were using the word in its ordinary manner.

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