5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Questions of fact
- Dissenting opinion
- Substantive law
- a Questions relating to what happened: who, what, when, where, and how.
- b The delivery of a pleading or other paper in a lawsuit to the opposing party.
- c Law that creates rights and duties.
- d An opinion that disagrees with the majority's decision and its reasoning.
- e A prosecutor's written accusation that a given individual has committed a crime.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Being the victim of repeated attacks, self-defense is sometimes allowed to the victim, even when the victim is not in immediate danger.
- The justified use of force to protect oneself or others.
- The standard of proof used in criminal trials. The evidence represented must be so conclusive and complete that all reasonable doubts regarding the facts are removed from the jurors' minds.
- Courts that determine the facts and apply the law to the facts.
- The power of the federal courts to hear matters of state law if the opposing parties are from different states and the amounts in controversy exceeds $75,000.00
5 True/False questions
Clear and convincing → The standard of proof used in some civil trials. The evidence presented must be greater than a preponderance of the evidence but less than beyond a reasonable doubt.
Real property → Land and objects permanently attached to land.
Warrant → A court's prior permission for the police to search and seize.
Arrest → Defendant's reply to the complaint. It may contain statements of denial, admission, or lack of knowledge and affirmative defenses.
Procedural law → Law that deals with harm to an individual.