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PLS 320 Quiz #2 (20 Points) Name: There are 21 possible points, but your grade will be calculated as though there were only 20. Multiple Choice (Two Points Each) 1. A prospective judge’s home state senator usually has the most influence over the  confirmation of judges at which of the following levels?  A. State Supreme Court B. US Magistrate Court A. US District Court C. US Court of Appeals D. US Supreme Court 2. US Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork was rejected by the US Senate in 1987  primarily for which of the following reasons?  A. Allegations of Sexual Harassment B. Being Out of the Ideological Mainstream B. Reported Drug Use while a College Professor C. Being Born in a Foreign Nation D. Past Support for Racial Segregation 3. Which of the following is a method for ending debate in the US Senate and forcing a  vote on a nomination?  A. Filibuster B. Majority Vote C. Covertures C. Unanimous Consent D.
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  • Spring '08
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  • Supreme Court of the United States, C. D., b. c. d., C. D. State Supreme Court US Magistrate Court US District Court US Court of Appeals US Supreme Court

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