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5 Matching Questions

  1. Amendment 5
  2. Judicial Review
  3. Amendment1
  4. Appellate Courts
  5. Jurisprudence
  1. a -grand jury must indict a person charged for a felony (probable cause to indite)
    -no double jeopardy
    -protection for you to not be forced to testify against yourself
    -due process of law
    -private property cannot be taken away unless paid for
  2. b power of legal court system to review laws to see if they are unconstitutiona
  3. c Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, and to assemble
  4. d the study of law and legal philosophy
  5. e review decisions of a trial-level or lower court

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. the first ten amendments to the US Constitution
  2. Right to a jury trial in civil cases where the value is over $20
  3. judicial branch
  4. executive branch
  5. what the lawmakes who passed a law wanted the law to mean. If the language of a statute is unclear, judge will often look at this to help them interpret the law

5 True/False Questions

  1. Human rights violations (not in the Constitution)what the lawmakes who passed a law wanted the law to mean. If the language of a statute is unclear, judge will often look at this to help them interpret the law

          

  2. Affect of poverty of young peoplejoining a gang because gangs commit crimes that benefit the members beneficially

          

  3. Amendment 10Right to be secure in your home from government agencies, soldiers, press, etc. and against unreasonable search and seisure

          

  4. Trial Courtslisten to testimony, consider evidence, and decide the fact in disputed situations

          

  5. Legal malpracticenegligence or breach of duty by an attorney that causes harm to the client

          

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