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Which of the following is NOT a federal offense?
Parking in an illegal space
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Which word describes the act of betraying one’s country?
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To become a lawyer you must pass _______.
the Judicial Hearing
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Which of the following is NOT a hate crime?
Vandalizing a woman’s property with sexist slurs
Setting fire to a Buddhist temple
Robbing a department store
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What branch of government creates the law?
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During Prohibition, what was illegal nationwide?
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Which amendment secured women the right to vote?
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This is the geographic area in which a law applies:
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This type of crime is defined as punishable by death:
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When a suspect is arrested, police must state his or her _______ rights?
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How many Supreme Court justices are there?
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Brown v. Board of Education was about:
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If you cannot afford an attorney, what happens?
You are deemed guilty
One will be appointed to you
You have no choice but to represent yourself
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If a person chooses not to answer an incriminating question, they must plead the ______ .
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What Supreme Court case struck down laws prohibiting abortions?
Brown v. Board of Education
Marbury v. Madison
Roe v. Wade
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How many members make up a jury?
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What do you call a written statement made under oath?
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An annulment is when a court order declares that a marriage is invalid.
First year law student? Second year law student? Current lawyer? Retired lawyer? Judge? Just an avid Law and Order viewer? Then this law quiz is for you! Not everyone knows all that there is to know about the United States and its complicated set of rules and laws, but there are an elite few who do! Whether it comes to the courthouse, the roads, or everyday rights, there are a TON of things to know about United States Law. Some people go to school and study for years and still don't know everything. Others have spent years watching Law and Order, Suits, NCIS, Criminal Minds, and more, and they still don't know it all either. Do you know how many jurors are on a jury, or who the Supreme Court justices are? Do you know what happens if a defendant can't afford an attorney? Do you know all of your First Amendment rights? Then this is the quiz for you! Prove that you are a lawyer or that you know more than a lawyer by taking this 18 question and acing it!