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Question 1: A ________ is generally held to settle a dispute between private parties.
AnswerClass actionDefault judgmentLawsuit

Question 2: The assumption is that the truth is more likely to emerge from the open contest between the prosecution and the defense in presenting the evidence and opposing legal arguments with a ________ acting as a neutral referee and as the arbiter of the law.
Doctor (title)JudgeRabbiProfessor

Question 3: In several jurdictions in more serious cases, there is a ________ to determine the facts.
JuryJury trialJury nullificationGrand jury

Question 4: Adversarial: In ________ systems, an adversarial or accusatory approach is used to adjudicate guilt or innocence.
ShariaCommon lawCivil law (legal system)Reception statute

Question 5: The types of disputes handled in these hearings is goverened by ________ and auxiliarily by the civil trial law.
RulemakingNondelegation doctrineAdministrative law judgeAdministrative law

Question 6: An important exception occurs in criminal cases in the ________.
United StatesCanadaAlaskaPhilippines

Question 7: To maintain fairness, there is a ________, and the burden of proof lies on the prosecution.
Cruel and unusual punishmentRight to a fair trialHuman rightsPresumption of innocence

Question 8: For example, the ________ requires that, following the impeachment of the President, a judge, or another federal officer by the House of Representatives, the subject of the impeachment may only be removed from office by a trial in the Senate.
Electoral College (United States)United States CongressUnited States ConstitutionContinental Association

Question 9: In ________ systems, most criminal defendants are entitled to a trial held before a jury.
Common lawReception statuteCivil law (legal system)Sharia

Question 10: Those defendants with resources can afford to hire the best ________.
ShariaLegal educationCommon lawLawyer


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