Week 3 Quiz: Chapters 11, 12 and 13
1) A(n) __________ occurs after the police develop probable cause that the suspect committed a crime and/or they obtain an arrest warrant issued by a judicial magistrate.
A) bail setting
2) The __________ is formally defined as the requirement that evidence obtained in violation of the Constitution during an illegal arrest, search, or other process, cannot be used in a criminal trial.
B) exclusionary rule
D) unreasonable search and seizure
3) A(n) __________ is a written accusation submitted to the court by a prosecutor, alleging that a specified person(s) has committed a specified offense.
B) conviction bill
D) grant of immunity
4) The __________ Amendment states that "excessive bail shall not be required."
5) In 1975, the state of __________ banned the practice of plea bargaining.
A) North Dakota
C) New Hampshire
6) The decision from __________ continues to hold great importance. Today it serves to protect even the lowest-level offender from corrupt or manipulative practices by over-zealous prosecutors.
A) Brady v. United States
B) United States v. Goodwin
C) Edwards v. People
D) Santobello v. New York
7) Cases referencing plea agreements go all the way back to the __________ century.
8) __________ occurs when a defendant agrees to plead guilty in exchange for a less serious sentence.
A) Nolo contendre
B) Charge bargaining
C) Sentence bargaining
D) Plea acceptance
9) The __________ Amendment states, in part, that the "accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state."
10) Voir dire typically begins with the __________ asking questions concerning potential jurors' familiarity with the case, attitudes toward one or other party to the case, demographic information, and so on.
B) defense attorney
C) jury consultant