In what type of law is the government always the plaintiff? a. civil law b. criminal law c. tort law d. public law e. common law

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In what type of law is the government always the plaintiff? a. civil law b. criminal law c. tort law d. public law e. common law

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  1. Josephine
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    2022-04-10T06:42:59+00:00

    The type of law in which the government is always the plaintiff is criminal law.n

    Answer: Option B

    Explanation:

    The government has to serve to protect its subjects from any possible harm. The criminal laws are in the first place to abstain the public from committing any crime and secondly to ensure that the criminals get punished and penalised for their offence.

    It is the duty of the government to defend this law if there is any apparent violation spotted because the violation of this law can cause inconvenience to the entire society.

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