5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Prima facie case
- Questions of fact
- Voir dire
- a What the prosecution or plaintiff must be able to prove in order for the case to go to the jury-that is, the elements of the prosecution's case or the plaintiff's cause of action.
- b Questions relating to what happened: who, what, when, where, and how.
- c An examination of a prospective juror to see if he or she is fit to serve as a juror on a specific case.
- d The delivery of a pleading or other paper in a lawsuit to the opposing party.
- e The status of having received a certificate documenting that the person has successfully completed an educational program.
5 Multiple choice questions
- When nonlawyers do things that only lawyers are allowed to do. In most states this is a crime.
- Courts that determine whether lower courts have made errors of law.
- The power of a court to hear a particular type of case.
- The revocation of an attorney's license.
- Land and objects permanently attached to land.
5 True/False questions
Booking → The process after arrest that includes taking the defendant's personal information, giving the defendant an opportunity to read and sign a Miranda card, and allowing the defendant the opportunity to use a telephone.
International Paralegal Management Association (IPMA) www.paralegal management.org → A national association of paralegal managers
Compulsory joinder → Money is awared to a plaintiff in payment for his or her actual losses.
National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA) www.paralegals.org → A national association of paralegal associations.
Civil law → Law that deals with harm to an individual.