Bus 154 Midterm 1 Revise - Midterm#1 Revision PART 1...

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Midterm #1 Revision PART 1 – Multiple Choice 6. Which of the following Amendment does not apply to Congress? c. 18 th Amendment. Source: Lecture notes 8. Which of the following explains why case law is appropriate in the common law system? e. All are explanations on the use of case law in the common law system Source: Power point slides – US Court System 9. Which of the following explains why “gender” is not a suspect classification? b. history of discrimination source: lecture notes 11. In order for a court to apply an “equitable remedy”, the moving party must argue which of the following: e. the moving party may argue any one of the above. Source: Power point slides – US Court System 12. Which of the following is not an “equitable remedy”. d. compensatory damages Source: Power point slides – US Court System 13. Which of the following is a pretrial strategy to avoid trial: b. Summary judgment motion Source: Business Law Textbook Ch. 3 page 47 14. A major argument in “Brown v. Board of Education” argued by Thurgood Marshall was that b. Discrimination is a tort issue because the affected groups develop an inferiority complex. Source: Business Law Textbook Ch. 1 page 6 15. The rational basis test is applied to sexual orientation rather than the other tests such as the strict scrutiny test because: e. no economic injury Source: Business Law textbook Ch. 4 page 76 - 77 19. Evidence that is relevant may be excluded for which of the following reasons: d. evidence seized in violation of constitutional or statutory standards Source: Power point slides – US Court System 20. Which of the following classification scheme would have to apply the “strict scrutiny
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