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LAW 310 Final Exam - DeVry


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Question 1.1.(TCO 1) The court resolves disputes by (Points : 3)
making new laws to meet the situation.
asking the legislature to make a new law to meet the situation.
applying existing constitutional, statutory, and case law to the situation.
applying only existing case law or precedent to the situation.
None of the above





Question 2.2.(TCOs 3, 5, and 6) Punitive damages are also known as (Points : 3)
special damages.
medical damages.
personal damages.
exemplary damages.
extraordinary damages.



Question 3.3.(TCOs 3, 5, and 6) The Uniform Commercial Code controls (Points : 3)
contracts for the sale of goods.
contracts involving interstate commerce.
contracts involving banks.
contracts for the sale of real property.
None of the above



Question 4.4.(TCOs 10 & 11) If a defendant makes a claim against a co-defendant in federal court, it is known as a (Points : 3)
counterclaim.
cross-claim.
third-party action.
cross complaint.
demurrer.



Question 5.5.(TCOs 1 & 2) Crimes can be committed against (Points : 3)
property.
persons.
the public.
B and C.
all of the above



Question 6.6.(TCOs 1 & 2) The warrant is intended to protect persons from (Points : 3)
overeager law enforcement behavior.
bad informants.
exigent circumstances.
All of the above
None of the above



Question 7.7.(TCOs 1 & 2) Juries in criminal cases must render a unanimous verdict because (Points : 3)
the Constitution requires it.
a person’s liberty is at stake.
juries are in the best position to decide if someone is guilty.
Both a and b
None of the above



Question 8.8.(TCOs 3, 5, & 6) Which of the following indicates a non-ownership...

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