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final exam review2 - 103 exam #2 1. The Fifth Amendment...

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103 exam #2 1. The Fifth Amendment includes which of the following? a. the right to counsel b. the right to a public trial c. the privilege against self-incrimination d. the right to bear arms 2. The Eighth Amendment prohibits excessive bail and ____. a. double jeopardy b. cruel and unusual punishment c. the death penalty d. unreasonable searches and seizure 3. Fundamental rights are defined as those which are a. included in the Bill of Rights b. essential to the concept of ordered liberty c. included in the original Constitution d. unnecessary in modern society 4. Which of the following rights was not mentioned in the Constitution? a. right to seek habeas corpus b. prohibition of bills of attainder c. right to be accorded due process of law d. prohibition against ex post facto laws 5. A criminal protection not yet incorporated from the Bill of Rights is a. cruel and unusual punishment b. grand jury indictment c. self incrimination d. ex post facto laws 6. A court’s jurisdiction is conferred by a. the President or the legislature b. the people through direct election c. tradition and the common law d. statutory or constitutional law 7. Appellate jurisdiction is the a. power of the court top review the decision of a lower court
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b. power of the court to retry a case c. the ability of the court to issue an opinion binding the lower courts d. the authority of the court to engage in judicial review 8. The duties of the judicial branch are located in which article of the Constitution? a. Article One b. Article Two c. Article Three d. none of the above 9. An example of an indirect appeal is a. ex post facto b. habeas corpus c. bill of attainder d. writ of mandamus 10. The process of questioning prospective jury members is referred to as the a. voir dire b. challenge for cause c. peremptory challenge d. preliminary hearing 11. Substantive law is the a. law of crimes b. law of search and seizure c. due process d. none of the above 12. Offenses defined by all societies are referred to as
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course CJ 103 taught by Professor Cluphf during the Spring '11 term at Boise State.

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final exam review2 - 103 exam #2 1. The Fifth Amendment...

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