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Ch.1 Quiz Instructions Please read the questions carefully. This assessment is worth 100 points. 1. Statutes are laws made by a legislature. (5 points) True False 2. The President's power to issue executive orders is specifically delegated to the President by the U.S. Constitution. (5 points) True False 3. A state homicide statute is an example of a substantive law. (5 points) True False 4. American legal realists distinguish between the "law in the books" and the "law in action" (what legal decision-makers actually do). (5 points) True False 5. The law has only one function: preserving order. (5 points) True False 6. The President can veto statutes by issuing an executive order. (5 points) True False 7. Both civil and criminal liability can exist at the same time. (5 points) True False 8. The Restatements usually state common law rules. (5 points) True False 9. Courts always interpret statutes by following the plain meaning of their words. (5 points) True False
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10. The main problem with stare decisis is its excessive rigidity, which prevents the common law from adapting to meet changing social
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ch1 - Ch.1 Quiz Instructions Please read the questions...

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