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Fall07Final[1] - WCOB 1012 _ Departmental Final Exam Print...

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WCOB 1012 _______________________________ Departmental Final Exam Print Name Fall 2007 DO NOT BEGIN UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO INSTRUCTIONS: 1 . Print your name on the upper right of this page. Print the following on your scantron sheet: Your LAST name, followed by your first name Student ID number Form A, Form B, or Form C 2. Mark your answers on your scantron sheet. Avoid erasures, as these are sometimes misread by the scantron machine. Only your scantron sheet will be graded. 3. 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. When you are not marking your scantron sheet keep it turned over or hidden under your exam. It is your obligation to make certain that your exam is secure. 4. You cannot leave the room during the exam. 5. At the end of the exam turn in both the exam and your scantron sheet. Be prepared to present your ID card if requested. Please check your exam to make sure you have every page. There should be 45 questions. Each question is worth 9 points. Thus, 405 points are possible (5 extra points built in!) Remove caps. Engage minds. Enjoy!
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1. Allen is being tried in criminal court for the crime of armed robbery. The case is being decided by a jury, which rendered a verdict of “not guilty.” Which of the following is correct? A. Allen had the burden of proving his innocence by a preponderance of the evidence. B. The prosecution had the burden of proving Allen’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. C. The prosecution had the burden of proving Allen’s guilt by a preponderance of the evidence. D. The verdict of “not guilty” means that the jury was convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that Allen did not commit the crime. E. Allen had the burden of proving his innocence beyond a reasonable doubt. 2. Which of the following was most important in the development of the “common law?” A. Cases decided by judges. B. Statutes passed by the British Parliament. C. The constitution of England. D. The Uniform Commercial Code. E. The constitution of the United States. 3. A federal trial court judge in Arkansas is considering a case involving an interpretation of federal law. She is doing some research to find out what other courts have decided in the past. Under the doctrine of “stare decisis,” which of the following precedents would she consider BINDING upon her? A. A decision by another federal trial court judge in Arkansas. B. A decision by another federal trial court judge in Washington, D.C. C. A decision by an Arkansas state court trial judge. D. A decision by the Supreme Court of the state of Arkansas. E. A decision by the federal Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit (located in St. Louis). 4.
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2011 for the course WCOB 1023 taught by Professor Sandeepgoyal during the Spring '08 term at Arkansas.

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