Question 292 out of 2 points the equal justice ideal

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Question 292 out of 2 pointsThe equal justice ideal in criminal procedure refers to the impartial treatment of innocent and guilty individuals by:Selected Answer:b.law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and judges.Answers:a.law enforcement officers.b.law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and judges.c.judges.d.prosecutors.
Question 302 out of 2 pointsCourt opinions refer to past cases to back up their reasoning and their decision in the present case. What are these prior decisions called?
Question 312 out of 2 pointsA law that is above the ordinary law created by legislatures is a called:
Question 322 out of 2 pointsThe two landmark cases that began the federal government’s gradual entry into state criminal justice were Powell v. Alabama(1932) and:
Question 332 out of 2 pointsIn order to claim a violation of the equal protection clause, a claimant must prove that:
Question 342 out of 2 pointsThe case of State v. Patino(2012) resulted in what conclusion from SCOTUS regarding the right to privacy in text messages?
Question 352 out of 2 pointsIn criminal matters, magistrate judges may oversee certain issues, including:

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