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Multiple Choice



This activity contains 12 questions.

Question 1.
Which of the following is not a type of juror challenge?


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Question 2.
Which amendment provides a guarantee to a right to a jury trial for serious crimes?


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Question 3.
What type of juror challenge would be used to excuse an entire pool of potential jurors?


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Question 4.
A sentence of 3-8 years in prison is an example of a(n):


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Question 5.
If an offender is convicted of more than one crime and is ordered to serve the sentences simultaneously, what type of sentencing was given?


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Question 6.
Through a process called ________, defense attorneys try to reduce the credibility of the officer/witness.


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Question 7.
One way in which some jurisdictions provide early intervention into the lives of first-time, non-violent juvenile misdemeanants is through the use of _______.


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Question 8.
Which of the following state courts is classified as a court of limited jurisdiction?


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Question 9.
Which of the following would not be an example of a state court of last resort?


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Question 10.
According to juvenile justice procedure, pre-delinquency offenses such as truancy are known as:


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Question 11.
Which of the following statements about the American court system is false?


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Question 12.
Three strikes laws and other sentences that remove judicial discretion are examples of ________ sentencing.


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