5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- The law that says a person cannot be arrested unless there is evident to suggest that they committed a crime.
- A bill that is passed and approved by the President.
- The jurisdiction of courts that hear a case first, usually in a trial. These are the courts that determine the facts about a case.
- law determining the fundamental political principles of a government
- Constitution's requirement that each State accept the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other State
5 True/False questions
naturalization → The process for becoming a new citizen of a country.
Electoral College → Group of electors, chosen by the voters, who vote for President
treason → The act of giving aid and comfort to the enemy.
appellate court → A court that looks at cases for a "second opinion" or a reconsideration of the verdict.
extradition → The process for becoming a new citizen of a country.