25. Which of the following is applied in a lawsuit between two private parties? A. Criminal lawB.Civil lawC. Procedural lawD. Public law
26. Malcolm has brought a lawsuit against Will. Malcolm feels that there is no genuine issue of material fact in dispute, and also that he is entitled to win this case as a matter or law. What legal procedure would allow Malcolm to win this case as quickly as possible? 27. The right of _____ is available for information that is not subject to a recognized legal privilege and is relevant to the case or likely to lead to other information that may be relevant. 28. Calvin, a resident of South Park, Colorado, creates a web site called “But Seriously” which acts as an electronic billboard for posting funny stories. Ted, a resident of Northridge, California, posts a story on the web site. Stu, a San Diego, California resident, files a lawsuit against Calvin in a federal district court California, claiming that Calvin had defamed him on his Web site. Based on these facts, does Calvin have sufficient “minimum contacts” to give the California federal district court in personam jurisdiction over him? A. No, Ted’s posting alone is not enough to create sufficient “minimum contacts”
29. When is a corporation entitled to full First Amendment protection? 30. The standard of proof in a criminal case is: A. proof by a preponderance of the evidence.B. proof beyond a reasonable doubt.C. proof that is “more likely than not.”D. proof beyond the presumption of innocence. 31. A method of alternative dispute resolution in which a neutral third party helps the parties reach a resolution of the dispute by facilitating communication, clarifying areas ofagreement, helping see each other’s viewpoints, suggesting settlement options, but who cannot make decisions that bind the parties, is called: 32. Most crimes require mens rea, or criminal: 33. Jack had taken his girlfriend Jenny on a long drive. While driving on the highway, he suddenly had a severe headache and lost control of the car. They were hitby a passing car. The doctor had earlier warned Jack that he has a brain tumor, due to which he would experience occasional pains. Jenny sued Jack for negligence. Will she succeed?
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