5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- probable cause
- a the place where electors cast their votes; a voting place.
- b Of fact. a term used to describe a logical inference which the trier of facts is authorized, but not required, to draw the evidence in the case
- c an adjudged case or decision of a court of justice, considered as furnishing an example or authority for an identical or similar case afterwards arising or a similar question of law
- d reasonable cause.
- e failure to act
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a forejudgement; a bias; preconceived opinion
- a local law passes by the law-making body of a city
- a place designated by law for confinement of persons arrested for, charged with, or convinced of an offense
- Peace Officer ( or Police Officer)
- an individual, corporation, or association
5 True/False Questions
principle → a chief actor or perpetrator, or an aider and abettor actually or constructively present at the commision of the crime, as distinguished from a 'accessory'
plea bargain → a negotiation between the defense and prosecution (and sometimes the judge) that settles a criminal case.
per diem → by the day, an allowance or amount of so much per day
plea of guilty → a confession of guilt in open court
POM → Peace Officer ( or Police Officer)