BUSINESS LAW - BAM317FN_0405

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BAM 317 Business Law 700 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701 Phone: 714-547-9625 Fax: 714-547-5777 4/05 FINAL EXAMINATION Textbook: Introduction To Law: Its Dynamic Nature 1st Edition, 2005 ISBN: 0-13-112373-4 Henry R. Cheeseman Pearson PrenticeHall Upper Saddle River,NJ 07458 Text: Author: Publisher:
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Multiple Choice Questions (Enter your answers on the enclosed answer sheet) 1. By providing a basis for compromise, U.S. law provides for settlement prior to trial in: a. 90 percent of all lawsuits. b. 40 percent of all lawsuits. c. 77 percent of all lawsuits. d. None of the above. 2. Battered women's syndrome may prove self-defense in homicide cases where: a. The woman is accused of killing her husband or other male, and there is evidence is sustained violence against the woman. b. The defendant is especially grieved and remorseful. c. The victim was not well liked or respected in the com- munity. d. None of the above. 3. Precedent provides: a. The basis for deciding similar issues in latter cases. b. Suggested rules for deciding cases. c. That what is decided by upper courts is not relevant or applicable to lower courts. d. All of the above. 4. The following is an example of the natural law school of jurisprudence: a. The Code of Hammurabi. b. U.S. Code. c. U.S. Constitution. d. None of the above. BAM 317 Business Law F INAL E XAMINATION FE.1 FE.1
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5. The sources of the law in this country are the: a. State constitutions. b. Federal and state statutes, ordinances, administrative rules, executive orders, and judicial decisions. c. U.S. Constitution. d. All of the above. 6. The law is: a. Permanent and inflexible in its application. b. Vague and variable. c. A comprehensive, eternalized set of rules. d. None of the above. 7. The 11 territorial and D.C. Circuit U.S. Courts of Appeals hear cases involving: a. International trade. b. Federal claims. c. Patent and trademark. d. None of the above. 8. Federal judges are appointed by the President, with advice and consent of the Senate, for: a. 14-year terms. b. 8-year terms. c. Life. d. All of the above. 9. For a court to have authority to hear a case: a. The court must have jurisdiction. b. The plaintiff must have standing to sue. c. The case must be brought in the proper venue. d. All of the above 10. A Supreme Court Justice who agrees with the outcome of a case, but not the reasoning, may issue a: a. Non-concurring opinion. b. Minority opinion. c. Concurring opinion. d. Dissenting opinion. BAM 317 Business Law F INAL E XAMINATION FE.2
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11. The Supreme Court usually decides to hear which kinds of major constitutional questions? a. Equal protection. b. Freedom of Religion. c.
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