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Once the trial begins, the trial team’s outside technology consultants A. are barred from assist
Once the trial begins, the trial team’s outside technology consultants A. are barred from assist
Once the trial begins, the trial team’s outside technology consultants
   A.    

are barred from assisting the team in the courtroom.
   B.    

should be involved in making sure the presentation goes ahead smoothly.
   C.    

usually have little offer in the way of assistance during trial.
   D.    

are redundant, since the courthouse
Legal Studies   Myiah93   222   Asked A year ago
A large component of restorative justice is accountability, community involvement, and __________.
A large component of restorative justice is accountability, community involvement, and __________.
A large component of restorative justice is accountability, community involvement, and __________.
Legal Studies   Sarah_taylorr   21   Asked A year ago
According to external restraint theory, suicide and homicide are
According to external restraint theory, suicide and homicide are
According to external restraint theory, suicide and homicide are
Legal Studies   Glee2   22   Asked A year ago
Slaves of the master concept
Slaves of the master concept
what is slaves of the master concept in corrections
Legal Studies   popppa   229   Asked A year ago
Access YouTube and locate a video entitled 5 Ex-Cops prosecuted for 2014 beating drug dealer. After
Access YouTube and locate a video entitled 5 Ex-Cops prosecuted for 2014 beating drug dealer. After
Access YouTube and locate a video entitled 5 Ex-Cops prosecuted for 2014 beating drug dealer.
After watching the video, read the hypothetical situation below:
You are an agent for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and sometimes have to investigate Police Officers. You receive a complaint against a deputy for using excessive force.
Then, discuss what type of i
Legal Studies   Laura09   201   Asked 2 years ago
What would be an effective plan for Israel to avert these attacks?
What would be an effective plan for Israel to avert these attacks?
 What would be an effective plan for Israel to avert these attacks?
Legal Studies   Laura09   300   Asked 2 years ago
Search for information on the terrorist group ISIS. Discuss if ISIS is a threat to the United States ...
Search for information on the terrorist group ISIS. Discuss if ISIS is a threat to the United States ...
Search for information on the terrorist group ISIS. Discuss if ISIS is a threat to the United States even though it has not made any organized attack on American soil. Should the United States put American lives on the line to combat ISIS, or should the government let Middle Eastern countries take on this organization Smiling Face with Glasses Undecided
Legal Studies   Laura09   566   Asked 2 years ago
The Weberian theory of bureaucracies views them in the most positive light as
The Weberian theory of bureaucracies views them in the most positive light as
The Weberian theory of bureaucracies views them in the most positive light as
A) acquisitive.
B) democratic.
C) inefficient.
D) monopolistic.
E) hierarchical.
Legal Studies   theGreek   443   Asked 2 years ago
What insurance would design-builder purchase to protect itself from faulty designs:
What insurance would design-builder purchase to protect itself from faulty designs:
What insurance would design-builder purchase to protect itself from faulty designs:

a. Liability
b. Errors and omissions
c. Property
d. (a) and (c)
e) None of the above
Legal Studies   cloveb   295   Asked 2 years ago
Does the province of Ontario have the right to enact a law that puts conditions?
Does the province of Ontario have the right to enact a law that puts conditions?
Does the province of Ontario have the right to enact a law that puts conditions on a person's ability to seek a patent?

a. Yes
b. No
Legal Studies   cloveb   299   Asked 2 years ago
What were the main provisions of the Simpson-Mazzoli Act?
What were the main provisions of the Simpson-Mazzoli Act?
What were the main provisions of the Simpson-Mazzoli Act?
Legal Studies   OneHundred   199   Asked 2 years ago
Briefly describe the evolution over time of public opinion about discrimination against homosexuals.
Briefly describe the evolution over time of public opinion about discrimination against homosexuals.
Briefly describe the evolution over time of public opinion about discrimination against homosexuals.
Legal Studies   OneHundred   171   Asked 2 years ago
What is the significance of the Supreme Court case of Miranda v. Arizona?
What is the significance of the Supreme Court case of Miranda v. Arizona?
What is the significance of the Supreme Court case of Miranda v. Arizona?
Legal Studies   OneHundred   158   Asked 2 years ago
Why might factory workers in small towns feel a different sense of the stakes elections hold than ...
Why might factory workers in small towns feel a different sense of the stakes elections hold than ...
Why might factory workers in small towns feel a different sense of the stakes elections hold than executives and professionals? (Points : 3)
       Factory workers in small towns may perceive a great deal of difference between candidates, noticing considerable change from one administration to another, and executives and professionals feel generally less involved
Legal Studies   littlemush   1026   Asked 2 years ago
In a 100% capitalist structure, the owners face what challenges?
In a 100% capitalist structure, the owners face what challenges?
In a 100% capitalist structure, the owners face what challenges?
A, Their overuse of the raw resources can drive them out of business.
B, Overworking employees may lead to low productivity, and thus lower profits.
C, They are seen as equal to workers.
D, Understanding the demands of the market can be overwhelming.
E, A, B, and D
F, B and C
G, Al of
Legal Studies   tedros   3039   Asked 3 years ago
In a 100% capitalist structure, the workers face what challenges?
In a 100% capitalist structure, the workers face what challenges?
In a 100% capitalist structure, the workers face what challenges?
A,Material perks are not readily available options.
B, They cannot always provide for their families.
C, They cannot rise above and become elites.
D, They receive no benefits to help with paying for the cost of their injuries.
A and C
B and D
All of the above
None of the above
Legal Studies   tedros   2200   Asked 3 years ago
In which of the following situations is a search warrant required? to use bin
In which of the following situations is a search warrant required? to use bin
In which of the following situations is a search warrant required?
      
to use binoculars to peer through the suspect’s window while standing in an open field located on his property
Legal Studies   monique96   372   Asked 3 years ago
Criminal Trials Defense and disadvantages
Criminal Trials Defense and disadvantages
 What are the disadvantages of representing yourself in a criminal trial?

What factors do you think a defense attorney considers in deciding whether to advise a client to testify on his or her behalf?
Legal Studies   islandgirl58   227   Asked 3 years ago
When in a case should the tracking and organizing of evidence begin?
When in a case should the tracking and organizing of evidence begin?
   When in a case should the tracking and organizing of evidence begin?
Legal Studies   alykrenz   250   Asked 3 years ago
Which one of the following nontraditional defenses is not mentioned in the textb
Which one of the following nontraditional defenses is not mentioned in the textb
Which one of the following nontraditional defenses is not mentioned in the textbook?

a. compulsive gambling

b. PMS

c. road rage

d. television intoxication
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   235   Asked 3 years ago
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
 Which of the following statements is incorrect?

a. Courts generally recognize a mistake of fact defense in general-intent crimes only if the mistake is a reasonable one.

b. An unreasonable mistake may be asserted as a defense to a specific-intent crime.

c. A bona fide mistake of fact is generally considered a defense to a strict liability off
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   300   Asked 3 years ago
"fruit of the poisonous tree" doctrine,Exclusionary Rule , Plain View
"fruit of the poisonous tree" doctrine,Exclusionary Rule , Plain View
1.  Searches without a search warrant are presumed "unreasonable", name and describe the exceptions to the search warrant requirement?

2.  What is the rationale for the Plain View exception to the search warrant requirement?

3.  What is the rationale for the automobile exception to the search warrant requirement?

4.  If
Legal Studies   islandgirl58   219   Asked 3 years ago
Once the loan application is complete and the particular mortgage type is select
Once the loan application is complete and the particular mortgage type is select
Once the loan application is complete and the particular mortgage type is selected, the lender will begin the loan qualification process.
Legal Studies   YoanyC19   164   Asked 3 years ago
Under the Model Penal Code, a lawyer, physician, accountant, appraiser or other
Under the Model Penal Code, a lawyer, physician, accountant, appraiser or other
Under the Model Penal Code, a lawyer, physician, accountant, appraiser or other professional who solicits or accepts a consideration for agreeing to violate a fiduciary duty is guilty of ____.

a. commercial bribery

b. violating the False Statements Act

c. the crime of professional malpractice

d. none of these
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   332   Asked 3 years ago
All of the following statements concerning contempt of court are correct except
All of the following statements concerning contempt of court are correct except
 All of the following statements concerning contempt of court are correct except ____.

a. Indirect contempts are contemptuous actions outside the presence of the court.

b. An example of direct contempt is where someone disrupts ongoing court proceedings.

c. The power of contempt is vested exclusively in judicial bodies.

d. The judicial pro
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   759   Asked 3 years ago
The offense of disorderly conduct typically involves all of the following except
The offense of disorderly conduct typically involves all of the following except
The offense of disorderly conduct typically involves all of the following except ____.

a. disruption of a lawful assembly

b. obstruction of vehicular or pedestrian traffic

c. street corner oratory berating public officials

d. unreasonable noisemaking
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   166   Asked 3 years ago
Testimony at trial disclosed that a defendant charged with inciting a riot had b
Testimony at trial disclosed that a defendant charged with inciting a riot had b
Testimony at trial disclosed that a defendant charged with inciting a riot had been drinking beer, yelling obscenities, and urging a large crowd to interfere with the police, who were trying to keep order at an unruly rock concert. The defendant moved the court to direct the jury to acquit him because he claimed he was only exercising his First Amendment right of free speech. The co
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   279   Asked 3 years ago
Where controlled substances and drug paraphernalia are declared ____, they are s
Where controlled substances and drug paraphernalia are declared ____, they are s
Where controlled substances and drug paraphernalia are declared ____, they are subject to confiscation.

a. public nuisances

b. in camera

c. contraband

d. res judicata
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   431   Asked 3 years ago
In Powell v. Texas (1968), the Supreme Court held that a conviction of a chroni
In Powell v. Texas (1968), the Supreme Court held that a conviction of a chroni
 In Powell v. Texas (1968), the Supreme Court held that a conviction of a chronic alcoholic for public drunkenness ____.

a. violates the Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

b. is impermissible because alcoholism is a compulsive disorder and therefore not punishable as a crime

c. is impermissible as long as a state maintains a policy of compulso
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   310   Asked 3 years ago
A person who was not in actual possession of illegal drugs at the time of arrest
A person who was not in actual possession of illegal drugs at the time of arrest
A person who was not in actual possession of illegal drugs at the time of arrest may be convicted of drug possession only if the prosecution can establish ____.

a. that the accused had a history of drug offenses

b. traces of the drug in the blood of the accused

c. constructive possession of the contraband by the accused

d. that the contrab
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   183   Asked 3 years ago
In general, state statutes making it unlawful to traffic in illegal drugs ____.
In general, state statutes making it unlawful to traffic in illegal drugs ____.
In general, state statutes making it unlawful to traffic in illegal drugs ____.

a. require proof of defendant's general intent

b. require proof of defendant's specific intent

c. create strict liability offenses

d. define conduct that has been decriminalized
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   645   Asked 3 years ago
In the mid-1980s, the federal appeals court in Georgia ____ a state statute crim
In the mid-1980s, the federal appeals court in Georgia ____ a state statute crim
In the mid-1980s, the federal appeals court in Georgia ____ a state statute criminalizing private consensual homosexual conduct; this ruling was then overturned by the Supreme Court in 1986.

a. upheld

b. refused to review

c. reinterpreted

d. struck down
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   158   Asked 3 years ago
In Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a state la
In Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a state la
In Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a state law that made it a crime to use ____.

a. pornography

b. marijuana for medicinal reasons

c. birth control devices

d. none of these
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   217   Asked 3 years ago
In legislative reform of laws regulating sexual conduct, which of the following
In legislative reform of laws regulating sexual conduct, which of the following
 In legislative reform of laws regulating sexual conduct, which of the following would be the least likely reform to be undertaken?

a. Repeal of laws making fornication a criminal offense.

b. Decriminalizing consensual sodomy.

c. Repealing a law defining seduction as a criminal offense.

d. Revision of laws prohibiting bigamy by persons who
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   946   Asked 3 years ago
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
Which of the following statements is incorrect?

a. Sodomy and bigamy were originally canonical offenses punishable by ecclesiastical courts in England; however, each later became a common-law offense.

b. All American jurisdictions have statutes prohibiting bigamy.

c. Nonconsensual sodomy is a crime against a person, not a crime against morality.
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   292   Asked 3 years ago
Laws against gambling generally require the state to prove the following element
Laws against gambling generally require the state to prove the following element
Laws against gambling generally require the state to prove the following elements:

a. a pitting of skill of one person against another with a prize being awarded to the winner.

b. a game with the winner determined by chance.

c. an element of chance and an element of skill.

d. a consideration, a prize, and a chance.
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   442   Asked 3 years ago
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
Which of the following statements is incorrect?

a. Seduction was not a crime at common law.

b. In recent years there has been a growing tendency to prosecute male suitors who obtain sexual intercourse from virtuous females on unfulfilled promises of marriage.

c. Statutes making seduction a criminal offense often state that the offense can be committe
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   176   Asked 3 years ago
Sexual intercourse within or outside the bonds of marriage between persons withi
Sexual intercourse within or outside the bonds of marriage between persons withi
Sexual intercourse within or outside the bonds of marriage between persons within statutorily prohibited degrees of relationship is known as ____.

a. seduction

b. fornication

c. incest

d. none of these
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   340   Asked 3 years ago
The chief significance of the Supreme Court's decision in Miller v. California (
The chief significance of the Supreme Court's decision in Miller v. California (
The chief significance of the Supreme Court's decision in Miller v. California (1973) was that the Court ____.

a. held for the first time that obscenity is not protected by the First Amendment

b. held that obscenity directed to adults was entitled to First Amendment protection

c. adopted the standard of "utterly without redeeming social imp
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   168   Asked 3 years ago
Sometimes computer crimes are prosecuted under the federal ____ statute.
Sometimes computer crimes are prosecuted under the federal ____ statute.
Sometimes computer crimes are prosecuted under the federal ____ statute.

a. mail fraud

b. false pretenses

c. extortion

d. larceny
Legal Studies   LovingtoLearn   366   Asked 3 years ago
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