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Attorney General for England and Wales: Quiz

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Question 1: [6] Despite this change, until the passing of the ________ the Attorney General was bound to prosecute any and all poisoning cases.
Homicide Act 1957Offences against the Person Act 1861Accessories and Abettors Act 1861Fraud Act 2006

Question 2: [7] By convention, he represents the government in every case in front of the ________.
United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesUniversal jurisdictionUNESCOInternational Court of Justice

Question 3: Jones, Elwyn (1969). "The Office of Attorney-General". The Cambridge Law Journal (________) 27 (1).
Cambridge University PressAuthorized King James VersionOxford University PressEngland

Question 4: Along with the subordinate Solicitor General for England and Wales, the Attorney General serves as the chief legal adviser of the Crown and its government in ________.
United KingdomEnglish lawEngland and WalesScotland

Question 5: ________
Solicitor General for England and WalesJohn Campbell, 1st Baron CampbellList of Attorneys General for England and WalesJohn Simon, 1st Viscount Simon

Question 6: [1] Since the passing of the Law Officers Act 1997, any duties of the Attorney General can be delegated to the ________, and his or her actions are treated as coming from the Attorney General.
Charles Talbot, 1st Baron TalbotReginald Manningham-Buller, 1st Viscount DilhorneJohn Simon, 1st Viscount SimonSolicitor General for England and Wales

Question 7: During the sixteenth century the Attorney General was used to pass messages between the ________ and House of Commons, although he was viewed suspiciously by the Commons and seen as a tool of the Lords and the King.
House of LordsHouse of Commons of the United KingdomParliament of the United KingdomPolitics of the United Kingdom

Question 8: The position first took on a political role in 1461 when the holder of the office was summoned to the ________ to advise the government there on legal matters.
Politics of the United KingdomParliament of the United KingdomHouse of Commons of the United KingdomHouse of Lords

Question 9: [2] The office first took on a political element in 1461, when the holder was summoned by writ to the ________ to advise the government on legal matters.
Parliament of the United KingdomHouse of LordsHouse of Commons of the United KingdomPolitics of the United Kingdom

Question 10: Cooley, Rita (1958). "Predecessors of the Federal Attorney General: The Attorney General in England and the American Colonies". The American Journal of Legal History (________) 2 (4).
Philadelphia 76ersTemple OwlsTemple UniversityRutgers University







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