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QUESTION 1
_____ is what we can prove in court.
Proximate guilt
Factual guilt
Truthful guilt
Legal guilt

QUESTION 2
In which of the following do defendants not have the right to counsel?
Custodial interrogation
Frisk for weapons
Arraignment
Pretrial hearing

QUESTION 3
In _____, defendants arrange some kind of deal for a reduced charge or sentence before pleading guilty.
Negotiated pleas
Direct pleas
Straight pleas
General pleas

QUESTION 4
Historically, effective counsel has been measured by the _____ standard.
Objective
Reasonably competent attorney
Subjective
Mockery of justice

QUESTION 5
_____ is the process of questioning the prospective jurors to pare the panel to an actual jury.
Voir dire
Interview
Mala in se
Mens rea

QUESTION 6
The _____ refers to the amount of evidence against the suspect.
Strength of the case
Seriousness of the offense
Criminal history
Organizational pressure to win cases

QUESTION 7
In which of the following cases did the Court rule for the appointment of counsel in state felony cases, thereby overruling Betts v. Brady?
Powell v. Alabama
Chandler v. Fretag
Scott v. Illinois
Gideon v. Wainwright

QUESTION 8
Release in exchange for a promise to appear in court is called release on _____.
Guarantee
Contract
Contract
Recognizance

QUESTION 9
Which of the following is not true of the preliminary hearing?
Adversarial
Secret
Judge presides
Judge decides facts

QUESTION 10
The _____ Amendment guarantees the right to an impartial jury.
First
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth

QUESTION 11
Evidence not known directly by the witness, such as a police officer testifying to the facts of a robbery told to him by the bank teller who actually witnessed it, is known as _____.
Prejudicial evidence
Illegal evidence
Relevant evidence
Hearsay evidence

QUESTION 12
During _____, witnesses on the side of the case the lawyers represent are examined.
Cross-examination
Direct confrontation
Direct examination
Cross-argument

QUESTION 13
At _____ judges review prosecutors’ charging decisions and determine whether there is probable cause to continue the case against the defendant.
Grand jury indictments
Trial
Arraignment
Preliminary hearing

QUESTION 14
Detaining defendants to protect public safety is known as _____.
Bail
Discharge
Relief
Preventive detention

QUESTION 15
_____ occurs when prosecutors drop some of the charges against the defendant in exchange for a guilty plea.
Charge bargaining
Count bargaining
Sentence bargaining
Crime bargainin

QUESTION 16
Sometimes a jury returns a “not guilty” verdict even though the jurors believe the defendant is guilty of the crime. This action is called _____.
Jury vilification
Jury disregard
Jury discountification
Jury nullification

QUESTION 17
Most bailed defendants show up in court, and few commit new crimes while on bail.
True
False

QUESTION 18
Which of the following is NOT a role of the judge during plea bargain?
Participate during negotiations
Supervise after lawyers have struck bargains
Negotiate a plea without the lawyers
Not involved at any level of the negotiation

QUESTION 19
Lawyers assigned to people who cannot afford to hire their own are known as: _____.
Retained counsel
Appointed counsel
Pro bono
Contracted counsel

QUESTION 20
Only one out of ten people arrested for committing a felony goes to prison.
True
False

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QUESTION 1: The answer is Legal guilt
QUESTION 2: The answer is Frisk for weapons
QUESTION 3: The answer is Negotiated pleas
QUESTION 4: The answer is Objective
QUESTION 5: The answer is Voir dire...

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