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Jenstar had secured a contract from the U. government to manufacture a missile retrieval system.

1.Jenstar had secured a contract from the U.S. government to manufacture a missile retrieval system. The contract required that Jenstar provide a qualification report showing that the system was tested and met all the government specifications. In testing the system, Jenstar encountered problems. The system did not and could not pass the qualification tests. In a management meeting comprised of the chief engineering officer, the chief accounting officer, the chief financial officer, and the lead engineer, it was decided that the qualification report would be falsified. The qualification report was prepared and submitted to the government. Before the government accepted the report, the chief accounting officer blew the whistle and informed the government about the system's deficiencies. Which of the following is correct?

a. the chief engineering officer, the chief accounting officer, the chief financial officer and the lead engineer may be convicted of a conspiracy.

b. only the chief engineering officer, the chief financial officer and the lead engineer may be convicted of a conspiracy.

c. none of Jenstar's employees could be convicted of a conspiracy because the government did not accept the qualification report.

d. only Jenstar could be convicted of a conspiracy

2.To obtain a search warrant in criminal matters, the law enforcement official must offer evidence that;

a. there is probable cause to believe that a crime was committed.

b. there is probable cause to believe that the search will assist in the investigation.

c. there is probable cause to believe that the suspect will flee.

d. both a and b must be established.

3.The criminal justice process begins with the arrest of a suspect

True

False

4.A defendant's first appearance in court is when he/she is given formal notice of the charges to which he/she must plea.

True

False

5.The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, protection against unreasonable searches, applies to:

a. Personal homes only.

b. Businesses only.

c. Both homes and businesses.

d. None of the above.

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