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    Hello guys!
    2 questions: When answering a problem question do I have to mention what the old law was?
    And when it says "advise e.g. Mary" should I say "You should" or "Mary should"?

    Hi there,
    Speaking about the old laws and highlighting what the main differences are and why they are morally, civilly, and jurisdictionally relevant is definitely a good idea. No need to go back to the Code of Hammurabi, but a little bit of contextualization is always useful!
    Also, as a general rule to all essays, you should always avoid using the second person when you can, so go for "Mary should" instead of "You should".
    Best of luck!
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