Civil law covers the rights and responsibilities of the individuals, government bodies, and private and non-government bodies when interacting with each other.
Breaching civil law usually does not lead to criminal possessions and sanctions. For example, if a person has experienced discrimination, they possess the right to compensation, but the breach is not severe enough to proceed under the criminal law.
Where criminal proceedings are preceded at the state level, civil proceedings are proceeded at the personal and individual levels.
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