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Legal Environment Exam Final

Legal Environment Exam Final - WCOB 1012 Departmental Final...

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WCOB 1012 _________________________________ Departmental Final Exam Print Name Fall 2004 DO NOT BEGIN UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO! INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Make sure you are in the right room. 2. Print your name on the upper right of this page. Print the following on your scantron sheet: Name, time class meets, form A, form B, or form C. 3. Answer all questions on your scantron sheet. Avoid erasures. If you must erase be sure to do so thoroughly, as sometimes the machine will mark an erased answer as incorrect even if it is correct. 4. You may mark on the exam if you wish, but do NOT write your answers in the margins, and do not write anything on the exam larger than the printed type. It is your obligation to make certain that your exam is secure. 5. At the end of the exam turn in both the exam and your scantron sheet. Remove caps. Engage minds. Enjoy! 1. An example of “statutory law” is: A. Federal constitution. B. State constitution. C. Federal trial court decisions.
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D. United States Code. E. Executive orders. 2. A person who feels that a law which is morally wrong should nonetheless be followed unless and until the law is changed is adhering to a theory of: 3. Federal courts have exclusive jurisdiction in which of the following cases? 4. Which of the following is NOT something that would give rise to a finding of “in personam” jurisdiction? 5. If you win a federal lawsuit in Arkansas, and the other side appeals the verdict, the following has occurred: A. You had a trial in federal circuit court, and the appeal was to the federal district court. B. You had a trial in federal district court and the appeal was to the circuit court of appeals. C. You had a trial in federal probate court and the appeal was to the federal district court. D. You had a trial in federal district court and the appeal was to the U.S. Supreme Court. E. You had a trial in federal district court and the appeal was to the Arkansas Supreme Court.
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