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Legally Speaking

How well do you know your US legal terms?


 

Quiz ID:#9657
Fun:*** (2.56)
Difficulty:** (1.28)
Category:Other
Created By:spookboy0Aus**

 

 

 



#1   You want to obtain a written testimony from someone who can't be in the court. So, you need an _________.

Your Answer: (Show Hint)

#2   When a subpoena is issued, what has happened?







#3   If you are arrested for being disrespectful to the judge or the attorneys, the charge is ________ of court.







#4   When a judge has sustained an objection to a question, the question can still be asked and answered.




#5   You have sworn "to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth". However, you have managed to sneak a fib into your testimony. What have you just committed?

Your Answer: (Show Hint)

#6   When someone "takes the Fifth", what is he trying to avoid?







#7   When an attorney decides to take a case "pro bono", the attorney will take the case without pay from the people hiring him or her.




#8   A potential juror has just been dismissed without being given a reason. What is this called?







#9   When the court wishes to see if someone is under illegal imprisonment, it must obtain which of the following writs?







#10   What is the name of the list of cases on a court's calendar?

Your Answer: (Show Hint)

 

 


   



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