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Week 5 Quiz: Chapter 14
1) Probation is one of the most frequent sentences handed down by judges - there are now more than __________ million people on probation.
2) __________ circumstances are those that reduce the seriousness or outrageousness of a given crime.
3) The __________ Amendment expressly states that the right to counsel applies in criminal prosecutions.
4) In __________, the Court held that a defendant's appeal of a preadjudication order denying him dismissal of his indictment on double jeopardy grounds was permissible.
A) Kotteakos v. United States
B) Carroll v. United States
C) DiBella v. United States
D) Abney v. United States
5) Day fines were introduced by __________ in the 1920s.
A) Great Britain
B) the United States
C) West Germany
6) __________ is the most common punishment used by the criminal justice system today.
A) Boot camp
B) A fine
C) Overnight detention
7) In __________, the Court concluded that the test for constitutional harmless error is requiring the prosecution to prove "beyond a reasonable doubt" that the error complained of did not contribute to the verdict obtained.
A) North Carolina v. Pierce
B) Chapman v. California
C) Ford v. Wainwright
D) Kotteakos v. United States
8) The seizure , resulting from a criminal court proceeding, of money, negotiable instruments, securities, property, or other things of value that was derived from or was used to facilitate a crime or criminal activity is known as __________.
A) criminal forfeiture
B) search and seizure
C) civil forfeiture
D) intermediate sanction
9) __________ consists of a planned intervention intended to change behavior.
10) With a __________ sentence, the defendant serves time for two crimes at the same time.