SampleQuestionsExam1 - Short Answer Susan backs her car...

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Sample Questions – Exam 1 1. Which of the following is true about commercial speech? a. It is specifically named as a type of protected speech in the First Amendment. b. It is protected under the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment. c. It is afforded considerable, but not unlimited, protection under the First Amendment. d. It is entitled to the same protection under the First Amendment as obscene or hate speech. e. Because it involves making profits, it is not entitled to any protection under the First Amendment. Answer: c Commercial speech is protected under the First Amendment, but the protection is not as broad as the protection for other forms of speech. In general, the government can prohibit false or misleading advertising. Otherwise, any limitation on commercial speech must be directly related to achieving a legitimate government goal.
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Unformatted text preview: Short Answer Susan backs her car into Mel’s car in the stadium parking garage. Mel claims the accident is Susan’s fault and wants her to pay for the damage to his car. Susan thinks Mel should pay for the damage to her car because Mel was not parked in a marked parking spot. Mel files a complaint against Susan for $1500 in damages and has Susan served with the complaint at her dorm room. At this point in the pre-trial process, what should Susan do? Answer: Susan must answer the complaint or Mel may get a default judgment against her for the $1500. With her answer, Susan should also make her counter-claim against Mel for the damage to her car or she will lose the chance to make that claim. If Susan does file a counter-claim, Mel will have to answer or Susan may get a default judgment against him on that claim....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course ECON 1 taught by Professor 1 during the Spring '12 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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