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1.    Which of the following are protected under attorney-client privilege? 

A.   the client admits

that they committed the crime being litigated, but during the proceedings testify that they did not

B.   the client admits that they plan on taking more lives in the future

C.   the client admits to having murdered 17 individuals

D.   the client admits to crimes other than those currently being litigated 


2.    Litigation is

A.    a lawsuit filed in court to determine liability and remedies

B.   almost always a better alternative to arbitration

C.   usually not ideal for businesses 

D.   a dispute-resolution mechanism


3.    A potential juror is being questioned and admits that they have had several negative encounters with cops and are hesitant to trust them. Several key witnesses in the case at hand are cops. What are the parties likely to do in light of this realization? 


A.  Allow the individual to serve on the jury for the case

B. Make a peremptory challenge against the juror

C. Make a for cause challenge against the juror

D. Choose the individual as an alternate juror 


4.    Leading questions are permitted during

A.    direct examination

B.   cross-examination

C.   closing arguments

D.   opening statements


5.    During a trial, evidence must be introduced by

A.    explanation to the jury of what the evidence entails 

B.   explanation from the corresponding attorney

C.   questioning a live witness

D.   acquiring verbal permission from the judge


6.    While the party bringing a legal claim is called the prosecutor or plaintiff, the alleged wrongdoer is always called the

A.    defendant

B.   guardian

C.   accused 

D.   defender

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