Chapter 10 Test

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Book's Title: Criminal Justice Today 9 Book's Author: Schmalleger Location on Site: Chapter 10 > Chapter Test Date/Time Submitted: October 29, 2007 at 4:32 PM (EDT) Summary of Results 100% Correct of 15 questions: 15 correct: 100% 0 incorrect: 0% More information about scoring 1. If an offender does not wish to contest the conviction, but does wish to protect himself from a civil suit, how would he probably plead? Your Answer: Nolo contendere Correct 2. Which of the following is a jury that is isolated from the public during the course of a trial and throughout deliberation? Your Answer: Sequestered Correct 3. Which of the following refers to the degree to which a particular item of evidence is useful in, and relevant to, providing something important in a trial? Your Answer: Probative value Correct 4. Which of the following refers to a finding by a court, when a defendant's sanity at the time of trial is at issue? Your Answer: Competent to stand trial
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course CJS 100 taught by Professor Witkowski during the Fall '07 term at Detroit Mercy.

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