Chapter 10 quiz crj 102 brenda - Chapter#10 Quiz Due Mar 4 at 11:59pm Points 25 Questions 25 Time Limit 60 Minutes Attempt History Attempt Time Score

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Chapter #10 Quiz Due Mar 4 at 11:59pm Points 25 Questions 25 Time Limit 60 Minutes Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 25 minutes 22 out of 25 Score for this quiz: 22 out of 25 Submitted Jan 30 at 1:19am This attempt took 25 minutes. Question 1 1 / 1 pts A challenge for cause does not have to specify a reason that a prospective juror should be excused. A challenge for cause does not have to specify a reason that a prospective juror should be excused. True Correct! False Question 2 1 / 1 pts With a writ of habeas corpus, a lawyer orders an incarcerated person to be produced in court. With a writ of habeas corpus, a lawyer orders an incarcerated person to be produced in court. True Correct! False
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Question 3 1 / 1 pts The United States Supreme Court does not require a trial by jury for defendants charged with misdemeanor crimes. The United States Supreme Court does not require a trial by jury for defendants charged with misdemeanor crimes. Correct! True False Question 4 1 / 1 pts The burden of proof in a criminal trial lies with the defense. The burden of proof in a criminal trial lies with the defense. True Correct! False Question 5 1 / 1 pts Double jeopardy always prevents a criminal defendant from being tried twice for the same crime. Double jeopardy always prevents a criminal defendant from being tried twice for the same crime. True Correct! False Question 6 1 / 1 pts A defendant has the right to "take the fifth" without prejudicing the jury in the prosecution's favor. A defendant has the right to "take the fifth" without prejudicing the jury in the prosecution's favor.
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