6 LEGL - Sample Questions for First Review Session1

6 LEGL - Sample Questions for First Review Session1 - First...

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Unformatted text preview: First Midterm Review Session First Midterm Review Session When attorneys assemble a group of When attorneys assemble a group of citizens and present their evidence to them, this is called a/an: A. Arbitration. B. Mediation. C. Focus Group. D. Settlement. The ________ jury is the trial jury that The ________ jury is the trial jury that returns a verdict. A. Grand. B. Appellate. C. Petit. D. Small­claims. 5th and 14th amendment due process 5th and 14th amendment due process applies to: I. Federal government bodies. II. State government bodies. III. Private businesses. A. I only B. I and II. C. I and III. D. III only. Tim is the manager of a local newspaper, the Daily Chronicle. One day Stan, Tim is the manager of a local newspaper, the Daily Chronicle. One day Stan, the local sheriff, comes into the Daily Chronicle's offices, and tells Tim that he has heard a rumor that the paper will be printing a report containing false statements about a local police officer. Stan tells Tim that the Daily Chronicle will only be allowed to print the story if Stan is able to review it for accuracy before publication. Tim files a complaint in court alleging that Stan has violated the U.S. Constitution. How is the court likely to rule? A. Stan's demand to review the story before publication did not violate the First Amendment, because the government may regulate newspapers under the doctrine of commercial speech. B. Stan's demand to review the story before publication was an unconstitutional prior restraint, in violation of the First Amendment. C. Stan's demand to review the story before publication did not violate the First Amendment, because the First Amendment does not apply to local officials, only the federal and state governments. D. Stan's demand to review the story before publication was appropriate, so long as he was simply attempting to prevent the publication of false statements. ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course LEGL 2700 taught by Professor Reed during the Spring '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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