A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions about lawyers and the licensed practice of the legal profession.
For questions regarding legally authorized search and seizure of private property
For questions about groups in the workforce. Consider [employment] for questions concerning individuals in the workplace.
a legal document by which a person expresses their wishes as to how their property is to be distributed at death.
Questions on use and classification of intellectual-property as "public domain"
Rules of practice and procedure in a court of law. Related tags: process, civil-procedure
Questions relating to the practice of medicine or provision of healthcare
regarding the losses (and the calculation thereof) suffered by a victim of a tortious action or omission
Non-normative tag for questions relating to the use of information technology, typically in unintended manners.
A panel of "peers" (often of 12) selected from the citizenry that acts as a "trier of fact" in a court case.
Video and/or audio recording. For eavesdropping on telecommunications specifically use the "wiretapping" tag.
For questions related to the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
Regarding "membership" among a country's "nationals," with rights and privileges bestowed upon them according to that country's laws, such as voting and other similar rights.
For questions related to how and why law has evolved over time.
typically used to refer to rules and administrative codes issued by governmental agencies at all levels, municipal, county, state and federal. Although they are not laws, regula…
Questions involving children, typically in relation to family-law. For questions about legal rights and responsibilities of young humans consider using tag "minor" instead.
a civil wrong that does not necessarily rise to the level of a criminal act although torts and crimes can arise from the same acts or omissions.
First amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Related tags: "freedom-of-speech".
for questions relating to the custody, transfer, and management of money by banks.
For questions about the origins and meaning of specific legal terms.
For questions about trial in a court of law -- customs, procedures, and rules.
The crime of creating apprehension of imminent harmful or offensive physical contact with another human. "Battery" is the crime of completing such contact.