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A bench trial is a trial heard before a jury only
a) False
b) True

Occurs when a person is reprosecuted after acquital
a) Double jeopardy
b) Precedent
c) Oral argument
d) 8th Amendment

This amendment forbids cruel and unusual punishment
a) 8th
b) 4th
c) 5th
d) 6th

This document sets out reasons why the court should rule in a party's favor
a) Legal brief
b) Majority opinion
c) Concurring opinion
d) Writ of Precedent

In a criminal case, the defendant is the party being charged with a crime
a) True
b) False

A case about a speeding ticket would be heard in a civil court.
a) True
b) False

A case about an arrest for assault would be heard in a criminal court.
a) True
b) False

a) provides the right to counsel
b) limits judicial power
c) means guilty
d) means not guilty

The process by which each party to a case learns of the evidence that the opposing party will present
a) Discovery
b) Appeal
c) Cross-examination
d) Precedent

This level of proof is required for a stop and frisk
a) Reasonable suspicion
b) Probable cause
c) A preponderance of the evidence
d) Beyond a reasonable doubt

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