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5 Matching questions

  1. 4th Amendment
  2. Robbery
  3. Defenses to Intentional Torts
  4. Modern Law Rape
  5. Contributory Negligence
  1. a Prohibits governmental intrusion against unreasonable searches against the person or property
  2. b The unlawful carnal knowledge of any person without consent
  3. c Plaintiff contributed to negligence
  4. d The trespatory taking and asportation of the personal property of another by force, fear, or intimidation
    -Only common law, not modern law
  5. e 1. Necessity
    2. Self-defense
    3. Defense of others
    4. Defense of property
    5. Consent
    6. Shopkeeper's Privilege

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Oral or written consent
  2. 1. Wild: If you own a wild animal and it injures another or anothers property with typical behavior
    2. Domestic: No strict liability, unless the party who owns the domestic animal is aware of the known, dangerous instrumentality of the animal
  3. I: Is this a viable case of product liability, in terms of design defect?
    R: Where a seller, manufacturer, or retailer places a defective product in the stream of commerce, the user, consumer, or bystander may have a successful lawsuit under a product liability suit
    A: The jury confirmed that there was a design defect, as the benefits didn't not outweigh the risks of the product
    C: Bullock was successful and Phillip-Morris had to pay punitive damages
  4. I: Was the trial court correct in granting the summary judgment motion?
    R: In order to establish and prove a summary judgment motion, there must be no genuine issue of material fact and the evidence has been viewed in the light most favorable to the non-moving party
    A: Collier never produced any expert testimony so therefore, had no material fact to support his case; he was given almost a year to come up with an expert testimony, but there was no genuine issue of material fact, so the trial court granted the summary judgment
    C: The Supreme Court of Kentucky reversed the decision of the lower court and reinstated the trial court's decision; the trial court was correct in granting the motion
  5. The false defamatory statement of and concerning the plaintiff communicated to a third party

5 True/False questions

  1. Private NecessityThe defendant is trying to protect themselves, with paid monetary compensation

          

  2. Pfenning v. LinemanI: Did Lineman commit negligence?
    R: There is no duty from one participant in a sporting event to another to prevent injury resulting from an inherent risk of the sport
    A: Pfenning agreed to participate and she had been participating for 3 hours before the incident, inferring that she was aware of the inherent risks
    C: The defendants didn't owe Pfenning a duty

          

  3. Trial Process1. Burden of proof
    2. Opening arguments
    3. Direct examination
    4. Indirect/cross examination
    5. Closing arguments
    6. Jury instructions
    7. Jury verdict
    8. Motion for new trial
    9. Appellate review

          

  4. Ultra Hazardous/Abnormal Dangerous Activity (Strict Liability)1. Wild: If you own a wild animal and it injures another or anothers property with typical behavior
    2. Domestic: No strict liability, unless the party who owns the domestic animal is aware of the known, dangerous instrumentality of the animal

          

  5. Defense for Product LiabilityWhere one misuses or alters the product