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5 Matching questions

  1. Due care
  2. Arraignment
  3. Proof of a crime must be proven
  4. Intervening conduct
  5. Strict liability
  1. a "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt.
  2. b in tort, an independent cause that comes between the original wrongful act and the injury that relieves liability that would otherwise exist for the original act
  3. c doctrine resolved this by holding manufacturers liable to consumers injured by defective products regardless of whether the manufacturer exercised all reasonable care or not
  4. d ordinary care; the degree of care that a reasonable person can be expected to exercise to avoid harm reasonably foreseeable if such care is not taken
  5. e initial step in a criminal prosecution; the defendant is brought before the court to hear the charges and enter a plea

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. from a 1966 Supreme Court case, the doctrine that a criminal suspect in police custody must be informed of certain constitutional rights before interrogation. The suspect must be advised of the right to remain silent, the right to have an attorney present during question and the right to have an attorney appointed if he cannot afford one. If not advised of these rights, evidence obtained from the suspect during the interrogation cannot be used
  2. the common law holds the negligent party responsible for the losses suffered by those who attempt to save people who are in danger as the result of the torts of others
  3. a burden that rests on one estate for the benefit of another
  4. a statement that is libel or slander in and of itself and is not cable of an innocent meaning
  5. an assurance or guaranty, either expressed in the form of a statement by a seller of goods or implied by law, having reference to and ensuring the character, quality, or fitness of purpose of the goods

5 True/False questions

  1. Tortfeasorsthe intentional un-allowed touching of another

          

  2. Invasion of privacyin tort, the encroachment on the right of a person to their solitude, the appropriation of a person's reputation for commercial purposes, or the public disclosure of facts that the person had a legal right to keep private

          

  3. Indictmenta formal written charge issued by a grand jury asserting that the named person has committed a crime

          

  4. Res ipsa loguituran unauthorized intrusion upon the property rights of another

          

  5. White-collar crimesnonviolent crimes committed by corporations or individuals; embezzlement, bribery, fraud, and violations of federal and state laws regulating business