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3 Written questions

2 Multiple choice questions

  1. probable cause/preponderance of evidence (anything over 50%), beyond a reasonable doubt (99%)
  2. not being clear enough on a law that doesn't directly touch upon the violations

2 True/False questions

  1. Due processconstitutional right that says you can't deprive someone of life, liberty, or property without providing them with certain protections. harsher the penalty, more process due


  2. Procedural due processbased on gov't action that deprives an individual of some libery that is alleged to be fundamental. For example looking at the outcome, is it arbitrary and capricious?


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