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1Name:________________________________ Student Number:________________CJ 471 2nd 1. A “jailhouse lawyer is” a A. Government-employee Public Defender who works full-time to represent criminal defendants B. private practice attorney who seeks to have judges appoint him/her to represent indigent criminal defendants C. civil rights attorney for an interest group that handles prisoners’ rights cases D. a prisoner who is self-taught in law and files lawsuits 2. The case that provided the definition that exists to this day for the how the Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause should be interpreted was: A. Turner v. Safley (1987) B. Ex Parte Hull (1941) C. Cooper v. Pate (1964) D. Trop v. Dulles (1958) 3. The definition provided by the case in the previous question was: A. “According to the original intent of the Constitution as practiced in 1791" B. “According to the intentions of the authors of the 14 th Amendment” C “According to the evolving standards of decency that mark the progress of a maturing society” D. “According to the values embodied in the common law as developed in England” 4. T/F The 8 th Amendment Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause has been interpreted as providing protection for convicted offenders in prisons. 5. T/F The 8 th Amendment Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause has been interpreted as providing protection for citizens beaten or shot by the police. 6. Atkins v. Virginia , 8 th Amendment example that we read, concerned the issue of A. Medical care for convicted offenders in prison B. Excessive use of force by corrections officers C. The application of the death penalty to juvenile murderers D. The application of the death penalty to mentally retarded murderers 7. The lower court decision in Bazzetta v. McGinnis found that A. no constitutional violation occurred in failing to give prisoners medical care B. a constitutional violation occurred in failing to give prisoners medical care C. no constitutional violation occurred in denying some prisoners the opportunities to receive visitors D. a constitutional violation occurred in denying some prisoners the opportunities to receive visitors 8. The Supreme Court decision in Overton v. Bazzetta found that A. no constitutional violation occurred in failing to give prisoners medical care B. a constitutional violation occurred in failing to give prisoners medical care C. no constitutional violation occurred in denying some prisoners the opportunities to receive visitors D. a constitutional violation occurred in denying some prisoners the opportunities to receive visitors 9. What test did the Supreme Court apply in reaching its decision in Overton ? A. strict scrutiny B.Trop v. Dulles test C.Turner test D. Original intent test 10. What test did the Court apply in its decision in O’Lone v. Estate of Shabazz (Muslim prisoners)? A.
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