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Question 1 UnsavedIt was up until the late 1980s, with strong US Supreme Court cases, that the Bill of Rights was only given lip service and traditional police methods ruled the court systems.Question 1 options:TrueFalseSave

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Question 2 UnsavedAutomatic video recording of the proceedings, using ceiling-mounted cameras with voice-initiated switching, is a step in attempting to improve the adjudication process.Question 2 options:TrueFalseSave

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Question 3 UnsavedAn oral summation of a case presented to a judge, or to a judge and jury, by the prosecution or by the defense in a criminal trial is called the:Question 3 options:Preemptory challenge.Verdict.Judge’s charge.Closing argument.Save

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Question 4 UnsavedThe Collier County Spousal Academy is a family support group with a ten hour program to help spouses and family members cope with issues of:Question 4 options:Deadly force.Child abuse.Spousal abuse.Police officer stress.Save

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Question 5 UnsavedAn informal hearing place designed to mediate interpersonal disputes without resorting to the more formal arrangements of a criminal trial court is called a:Question 5 options:Trial de novo.Community court.Court of last resort.Dispute resolution center.Save

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Question 6 UnsavedThe International Justice and Public Safety Information Sharing Network is also known as:Question 6 options:ASIS.ILP.PCR.NLETS.Save

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Question 7 UnsavedIn 2011, the U.S. Department of Justice created an internal watchdog office, called the Professional Misconduct Review Unit, to oversee the actions of the _________________ to deter misconduct.Question 7 options:JudgeJuryProsecutorDefense counselSave

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Question 8 UnsavedWhich is the decision of the jury in a jury trial or of a judicial officer in a nonjury trial and decides the guilt or innocence of a defendant?Question 8 options:PleaArraignmentRORVerdictSave

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Question 9 UnsavedA landmark case is a precedent-setting court decision that produces substantial changes in both the understanding of the requirements of due process and the practical day-to-day operations of the justice system.Question 9 options:TrueFalseSave

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Question 10 UnsavedWhich is an example of a group designed to help improve the court system and the adjudication process?Question 10 options:Police watch groupsChildren’s advocate groupsCourt-watch groupsU. S. Supreme CourtSave

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