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I WILL MEDAL AND FAN!!! Which of these pieces of evidence would be most important for jurors to consider in the case of Snoozer v. Early? Dibeast has lunch every week with Ms. Snoozer and trains her birds. Dibeast saw the birds on Early’s property the day the birds went missing. Dibeast is an animal control officer who often has to capture Ms. Snoozer’s birds. Dibeast witnessed that Early’s cat was trained and well behaved. Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) Which of the following makes a true statement about the case of State v. Justin B. Goode ? The defendant plead guil
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Which of these pieces of evidence would be most important for jurors to consider in the case of Snoozer v. Early? Dibeast has lunch every week with Ms. Snoozer and trains her birds. Dibeast saw the birds on Early’s property the day the birds went missing. Dibeast is an animal control officer who often has to capture Ms. Snoozer’s birds. Dibeast witnessed that Early’s cat was trained and well behaved. Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) Which of the following makes a true statement about the case of State v. Justin B. Goode ? The defendant plead guilty to the charges at his arraignment. The teacher testified that Goode would not break the law. The police officer could not find any evidence against Goode. The neighbor said that Goode sold him stolen video games. Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) In the lesson, you played the role of a juror in the case of State v. Justin B. Goode. In that case, when the defense attorney cross-examined Suss Pihshawn, his goal was to question the police officer and challenge the evidence against Mr. Goode question the police officer and challenge the evidence against the state meet with Suss Pihshawn to discuss strategy without the jury around meet with Suss Pihshawn to discuss what verdict he will recommend Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) In the lesson, you played the role of a juror in the case of State v. Justin B. Goode. What type of case was it, and what could be its outcome? It was a civil case. Runnuh Bizz was seeking compensation from Goode for the robbery of her video game store. It was a criminal case. Justin B. Goode faced possible jail time for spray-painting government buildings in the city. It was a civil case. Runnuh Bizz was seeking compensation from Goode for repainting several buildings in the city. It was a criminal case. Justin B. Goode faced possible jail time for accusations that he robbed a video game store. Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) In the lesson, you played the role of a juror in the case of Snoozer v. Early. What type of case was it, and what could be its outcome? It was a criminal case. Felina Early faced possible jail time for failing to control her cat. It was a civil case. Snoozer was seeking compensation for the loss of her birds. It was a civil case. Early was seeking compensation for the loss of her cat. It was a criminal case. Snoozer faced possible jail time for lying about her neighbor. Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) In the lesson, you played the role of a juror in the case of Snoozer v. Early. Who was the plaintiff in that case? Suzy Snoozer, who wants compensation for her missing birds Felina Early, who is accused of not controlling her cat Johnny B. Goode, who is accused of robbing a video game store Runnuh Bizz, who wants compensation for the stolen goods Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) You hear this clip on the TV: “Testimony was given by the defense today in the case of State v. Justin B. Goode.” What part of the trial process does this describe, and what will happen next? The case is in the jury selection phase, and the trial will follow. The case is in the trial phase, and the judge’s charge to the jury will follow. The case is in the deliberation phase, and the jury selection will follow. The case is in the judge’s charge to the jury phase, and the verdict will follow. Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) Aubrey was arrested outside of a store that had been robbed. Police say security cameras show her leaving the store at the time of the crime. What type of case is this, and what are the possible verdicts? This is a criminal case. The jury can rule that Aubrey is guilty or not guilty. This is a civil case. The jury can rule that Aubrey is guilty or not guilty. This is a civil case. The jury can rule that Aubrey is liable or not liable. This is a criminal case. The jury can rule that Aubrey is liable or not liable. Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) In the trial of Justin B. Goode, you selected the best argument to convince other jurors to agree with your verdict. In which step of the trial process would this happen? verdict trial deliberation selection Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Why are jury trials important to court cases like those of Felina Early v. Suzy Snoozer? Jury trials protect the right of the government to require suspect citizens to prove their innocence in a court of law. They help to make the trial process go faster because jury members can split up the evidence to examine. Jury trials relieve judges of their responsibilities in the courtroom, allowing them to focus only on simpler cases. They help ensure justice by having ordinary citizens determine whether a fellow citizen is at fault in a situation.
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lol, can you do one question per post?
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no bc you can only do 1 question at a time

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