By Amelia Meyer
English Law is a legal system that applies to both England and Wales under the umbrella of the United Kingdom. The law has, basically, been constructed by court-bound judges that, through their years of knowledge, qualifications and experience, have created statutes by which the inhabitants of these countries should live and to which they must adhere.
The structure of the English court system dictates that it is headed by the Supreme Court of Judicature. This consists of a High Court of Justice for civil cases and a Crown Court for criminal cases.