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Eth 321 Week 1 Knowledge Check Study Guide

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ETH 321 Week 1 Knowledge Check Study Guide

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• 1.What has been one of the focus areas of law in the United States over the past few decades?
• Removing antidiscrimination laws
• Moving away from the domain of education
• Guaranteeing consistency and equality
• Promoting the domination of tribal societies
• 2.Identify the true statement about the role of law in the United States

The law has no influence on commerce and business transactions
The law is yet to introduce legal mechanisms to ensure equality in the workplace.
The law plays a role in fostering trust and reliability among merchants and consumers.
The focus of law has now significantly shifted to domination and power

3.Which of the following is one of the purposes of law today?
Acting as a change agent for commerce
Promoting domination
Embracing discrimination laws
Excluding commercial transactions from the purview of law

4.Identify the true statement about the American judiciary.

All courts interpret laws and take decisions independently.
Certain courts have the duty to evaluate the actions of other courts.
All courts are charged with the responsibility of judicial review.
Every court has the authority to hear all kinds of cases

5.What is the function of an appellate court?

To review petitions filed by losing parties
To review the actions of federal courts
To conduct trial proceedings for lawsuits
To conduct trials for issues involving violations of federal statutes

6.Identify the courts that conduct primary trials for issues that involve federal matters such as federal regulations and statutes. The courts also hear a range of matters and provide decisions that are binding only on the parties involved.

Appellate courts
Circuit Courts of Appeal
U.S. District...

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