Government Final Exam
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Opinion polls
- Due Process of Law
- Double Jeopardy
- Negative campaigning
- a A guideline that states that the government may not act unfairly, unreasonably, unstable way and without cause.
- b Any message, commercial, etc which paints the opponent in an unfavorable light.
- c These track public opinion of candidates on nearly a daily basis as election day approaches.
- d A formal, written explanation of a Justice's decision.
- e A rule that protects a citizen from being punished twice for the same crime.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Also known as reasonable grounds this is needed to believe that a suspect has committed a crime before making an arrest or searching that person or their property.
- A postponement of legal punishment which can be granted by the President.
- The group of electors who are selected by the voters in each state to officially elect the president and vice president.
- Money raised from private individuals and corporations.
- The ability to carry out and enforce laws.
5 True/False Questions
Exclusionary Rule → A rule created by the Supreme Court which states that evidence which is obtained illegally cannot be used in a trial.
General election → One of the nation's first two political parties, which was founded by Alexander Hamilton
Writ of Certiorari → A primary election that allows voter to choose any party and does not require voters to declare a party.
Supreme Court → Highest of the federal courts.
Article II → This Article is dedicated to Ratification