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Acquittal The judgment of a court, based on a verdict of a jury or a judicial officer, that the defendant is not guilty of the offense or offenses for which he or she was tried.
Actual Fraud A concealment or false representation through a statement or conduct that injures another who relies on it in acting.
Actus Reus An act in violation of the law. Also, a guilty act.
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For the first time ever, unmarried Canadian adults outnumber their married counterparts. The Canadian divorce rate has finally reached 40%.
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In 2008, the first full year of the recession, divorce rates fell .1% from the year before (2008: 16.9 per 1000 women; 2007: 17.0 per 1000 women). Researchers suggest that two forces worked together here: tough economic times forced some couples to delay getting a divorce because it was financially impossible,
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Couples who fought once a week over finances were 30% more likely to divorce compared to couples who only argued about money a few times a month. In fact, Family Studies professor Jeffrey Dew of Utah State University goes as far to say that financial conflict and worries is a top trigger for divorce regardless of economic circumstances. It’s an equal-opportunity marriage destroyer for rich and poor alike.
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