← legal 2 def Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- 8th Amendment
- 10th Amendment
- 3rd Amendment
- a state's rights are preserved
- b prohibiting quartering of soldiers in private homes
- c willfully and unlawfully, or while in the commission of
any felony, by fire or explosion, damaging or causing to be damaged:
a) any dwelling, structure, or the contents thereof
b) any structure or its contents where persons are normally present (i.e., jails, hospitals,
c) any structure known, or believed to be, occupied by a human being
- d unlawful touching, beating, wounding or laying hold of another's person
or clothing without his/her consent.
- e protection from excessive bails, fines, and cruel and unusual
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the principle that evidence will be rejected by the court if it has
been obtained in an illegal manner.
- actions or lack of actions which impair or prohibit an
officer from executing a legal process or duty.
- taking possession of or carrying away of merchandise, money, or
negotiable instruments; altering or removing a label or price tag; transferring merchandise
from one container to another of lower price or removal of a shopping cart with intent to
deprive the merchant of possession, use, benefit or full retail value.
- the exposure of sexual organs in a public place
- any unauthorized article, or legal articles in excess of the authorized
5 True/False Questions
"hearsay evidence" → anything presented in a court of law to prove or disprove the existence
of a fact or issue.
1st Amendment → freedom of religion, speech, press and assembly
9th Amendment → retention, by the people, of general rights
7th Amendment → right, at common law, of trial by jury
Chapter 798 → adultery; cohabitation