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5 Matching questions

  1. Strict Liability
  2. 4th Amendment
  3. Product Liability
  4. Insanity: Majority Rule
  5. Pre-trial Procedures
  1. a 1. 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
    2. Defect: Design; warning; manufacturing
  2. b Lack the mental capacity to know the difference between right and wrong
  3. c 1. Complaint
    2. Informing the defendant
    3. Discovery and depositions (verbal) vs. interrogatories (written)
    4. Charges and causes of action
    5. Summary judgment
    6. Jury selection and voir dire
  4. d 1. Liability without fault
    2. The plaintiff's party doesn't need to proof its burden of proof - just need to prove it happened
    3. Animals (domestic and wild); ultra hazardous/abnormally dangerous; product liability
  5. e Prohibits governmental intrusion against unreasonable searches against the person or property

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Both parties are at fault to a certain extent
  2. 1. Not a defense for murder
    2. Threats brought to someone to do something against their will
  3. 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
  4. The intentional harmful or offensive touching to plaintiff or plaintiff's person/property
  5. The unlawful carnal knowledge of a female without consent

5 True/False questions

  1. Modern Law ArsonThe malicious burning of any structure


  2. Skilling v. USI: Did Skilling commit honest-services fraud?
    R: The honest-services was a scheme or artifice to defraud
    A: Most honest-services cases involved offenders who participated in bribery or kickback schemes; Skilling did not at any time solicit or accept side payments from a third party in exchange for making misrepresentations concerning Enron's financial health
    C: US Supreme Court got rid of the federal appellate court's ruling that Skilling's actions violated the honest-services statute


  3. Privacy TortThe intentional harmful or offensive touching to plaintiff or plaintiff's person/property


  4. Common Law Statutory RapeThe unlawful carnal knowledge of a female under the age of 10


  5. Civil Burden of Proof1. Preponderance of evidence
    2. Clear and convincing evidence


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