Even A Second Year Law Student Couldn't Ace This Tricky Law Quiz

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Can you make your law professors proud?

Find out whether you could pass law school or not by answering various questions about the legal profession and legal terminology.

 Mar 29, 2018

1 of 20Pick your answer!

What does it mean when a defendant is acquitted?
They are found not guilty
They are found guilty but are not punished
They are given a maximum sentence

2 of 20Pick your answer!

Admissible evidence cannot be used in a court.
True
False

3 of 20Pick your answer!

Is a defendant released on bail before or after the trial?
After
Before

4 of 20Pick your answer!

What are the offices of the judge known as?
Lobbies
Chambers
Quarters

5 of 20Pick your answer!

If a defendant is convicted, how are they found?
Not guilty
Guilty

6 of 20Pick your answer!

Is a felony more or less serious than a misdemeanor?
Less
More

7 of 20Pick your answer!

What is the minimum number of persons to sit on a grand jury?
23
16
12

8 of 20Pick your answer!

A sentence is another word for ___________.
Court order
Claim
Punishment

9 of 20Pick your answer!

A bench trial has no jury.
False
True

10 of 20Pick your answer!

Which of these people charge someone with a crime?
Prosecutor
Judge
Defense lawyer

11 of 20Pick your answer!

A __________ offense is a crime punishable by death.
Capital
Criminal
Federal

12 of 20Pick your answer!

Does a criminal become a parolee before or after they go to jail?
After
Before

13 of 20Pick your answer!

A creditor is owed money.
False
True

14 of 20Pick your answer!

What is usually the maximum prison time in response to a misdemeanor?
6 months
5 years
1 year

15 of 20Pick your answer!

Whose property is sold during the process of liquidation?
The debtor's
The creditor's

16 of 20Pick your answer!

Who issues an indictment?
The judge
The grand jury
The prosecutor

17 of 20Pick your answer!

Is hearsay (hearing things from others) generally used as evidence in court?
No
Yes

18 of 20Pick your answer!

Who is sometimes referred to as Counsel?
Bailiffs
Judges
Lawyers

19 of 20Pick your answer!

A party who appeals to a higher judgment is known as an __________.
Appellant
Appellee
Appellate

20 of 20Pick your answer!

An affidavit is made under oath.
True
False
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