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Mike Brown

LSTD 203 Midterm Exam Answers

Mike Brown

LSTD 203 Midterm Exam Answers

https://homeworklance.com/downloads/lstd-203-midterm-exam-answers/

 

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Question 1 of 30

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Police departments are included in what branch of government?

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Question 2 of 30

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Who do prosecutors represent?

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The us people at all levels of government. These levels would be the local, state or federal government.

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Question 3 of 30

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The chief prosecutor at both the state and the federal level is called the

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A.attorney general

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Feedback: See chapter 2.

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B.state attorney

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C.district attorney

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D.solicitor general

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Question 4 of 30

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Jails are the responsibility of

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A.local courts

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B.counties

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Feedback: See chapter 2.

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C.states

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D.the federal government

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Question 5 of 30

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Prisons are the responsibility of

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A.municipalities

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B.counties

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C.states

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Feedback: See chapter 2.

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D.supreme courts

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Question 6 of 30

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Impossibility is a defense to a conspiracy charge.

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True

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Question 7 of 30

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Why is Hearsay testimony by a co-conspirator allowed?

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Because of the structure of the Federal Rules of Evidence.

Excepted statements are admissible because they have indicia of trustworthiness.

 
Co-Conspirator statements on the other hand are exempted both because of the their trustworthy nature and because of the ‘agency fiction’ of conspiracies.

 

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Question 8 of 30

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One responsibility of the Secret Service is to investigate credit card fraud.

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True

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Feedback: Chapter 2, page 30.

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Question 9 of 30

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The Department of Justice includes both the FBI and U.S. attorneys.

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Question 10 of 30

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County attorneys work within the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Question 11 of 30

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Unlike prosecutors, not all defense attorneys are paid by the government.

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Question 12 of 30

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Public defenders are elected.

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Question 13 of 30

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Parole has been eliminated in the federal correction system.

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True

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Question 14 of 30

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The Fifth Amendment provides the defense of

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A.freedom of religion

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B.the right to bear arms

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C.freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures

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D.freedom from double jeopardy

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Question 15 of 30

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Megan’s Laws provide for

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A.life incarceration for sex offenders.

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B.capital punishment for sex offenders.

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C.registration of sex offenders with police agencies.

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D.fines for sex offenders.

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Question 16 of 30

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Under common law, death has to occur within what period from the time of injury for criminal homicide to be charged?

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A.one year

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B.one year and one day

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Feedback: page 86.

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C.death must follow immediately

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D.three years and a day

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Question 17 of 30

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