Quiz: These 18 Law Questions Trick Even The Smartest Police Officers

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 May 11, 2020
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Question: 1/18Pick your answer!


How many members make up a typical jury?
9
12
24

Question: 2/18Pick your answer!


How should you address a judge?
Your Highness
Sir or Ma'am
Your Honor

Question: 3/18Pick your answer!


What happens if you can't afford a lawyer?
You will go to trial without a lawyer
You will go to jail
One will be appointed to you

Question: 4/18Pick your answer!


In Police terminology, what is a TC?
Traffic collision
Total Control
Taser Compartment

Question: 5/18Pick your answer!


Who votes on the verdict in a courtroom?
The defendant
The judge
The jury

Question: 6/18Pick your answer!


Who gives a testimony in court?
Judge
Prosecutor
Witness

Question: 7/18Pick your answer!


The sentence is a punishment given to the _______.
Plaintiff
Judge
Defendant

Question: 8/18Pick your answer!


Who presents charges against an individual on behalf of the government?
Defendant
Prosecutor
Judge

Question: 9/18Pick your answer!


The only possible _______ for someone charged with a criminal offense are guilty, not guilty, and no contest.
Pleas
Claims
Verdicts

Question: 10/18Pick your answer!


________ is when an inmate is released and allowed to re-enter the general population.
Parole
Litigation
Motion

Question: 11/18Pick your answer!


If a witness is issued a subpoena, they are required to give their testimony but can plead the fifth for questions that they deem are self-incriminating.
True
False

Question: 12/18Pick your answer!


How is someone monitored while under house arrest?
A monitor is attached to their wrist or ankle
An officer is always monitoring the house
Guard dogs

Question: 13/18Pick your answer!


Which is more serious: a felony or a misdemeanor?
Misdemeanor
Felony
It depends

Question: 14/18Pick your answer!


If the plaintiff wins in a civil case then they are awarded ______.
Equity
Dockets
Damages

Question: 15/18Pick your answer!


What is a capital offense?
A crime punishable by death
A crime with no victims
A crime committed with good intentions

Question: 16/18Pick your answer!


When does someone post bail?
Before the trial
After the trial

Question: 17/18Pick your answer!


If a jury decides that a defendant is not guilty, then they are _______.
Indicted
Acquitted
Convicted

Question: 18/18Pick your answer!


Who is able to grant a search warrant?
A prosecutor
A judge
A police officer
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