CJUS 300 Quiz 2

Liberty CJUS 300 Quiz 2

  1. It is the responsibility of the judicial branch to:
  2. Which of the following is not one of the four general principles of court unification?
  3. Many people believe that one of the greatest impediments in the courts’ search for truth is:
  4. Courts make _________, which may be defined as choosing among alternative choices of action.
  5. stated that “Every violation of truth is a stab at the health of human society.”
  6. The court(s) in _________ was dealing with premeditated homicides in the fourth century B.C.
  7. A basic flaw with using a presiding judge to administer a court is that he or she is actually a:
  8. The duties of the presiding judge typically include all but which of the following?
  9. A classical essay on the need for efficient and equitable judicial administration is:
  10. Most works on judicial administration point to _________ as the founder of the study of judicial administration.
  11. A good judge would be all but which of the following?
  12. Which of the following is not a true statement about judges?
  13. is considerably less formal and more “friendly” than
  14. Which of the following is not a consequence of case delay?
  15. Which of the following is not one of the three principles of a good threat assessment?
  16. Which one of the following is not a crime that would be tried in a problem‐solving court?
  17. Which of the following is not one of the CourTools set of trial court performance measures as listed by the National Center for State Courts?
  18. The 2005 Supreme Court decision to establish sentencing policies and guidelines for
  19. the federal criminal justice system was rendered in
  20. is/are seen by many correctional administrators as the major barrier(s) to humane housing of offenders.
  21. The “Administrative Maximum” prison, or ADX, located in Florence, Colorado, is:
  22. Today’s public ideology toward crime has led to ________sentencing practices.
  23. According to the________of the Prison Litigation Reform Act, an inmate cannot file a lawsuit for mental or emotional injury unless he or she can also show physical injury.
  24. Which of the following is not a commonly cited factor for high incarceration rates in the United States?
  25. The overriding concern in prisons and jails is, and should be
  26. As with the police, there are several benefits to be realized for corrections agencies wishing to become accredited; they include all but which of the following?
  27. To alleviate the caseload burden on courts of last resort, state officials in 39 states have responded by creating a(n):
  28. The only area that has not witnessed judicial policymaking since the Civil War is:
  29. Which of the following is not one of the four general principles of court unification?
  30. It is the responsibility of the judicial branch to:
  31. It has been said that the courts are the _________ , having no enforcement powers.
  32. Which of the following is not one of the four separate activities of time as allocated by the Supreme Court justices?
  33. A basic flaw with using a presiding judge to administer a court is that he or she is actually a:
  34. The greatest growth of court administrators’ positions was from:
  35. The field of judicial administration was greatly influenced in the late 1800s by President_________, who believed that administration was a noble calling.
  36. Duties of the Chief Justice of the United States include all but which of the following?
  37. Federal judges have the _________ of the United States Courts to coordinate and administer their operations.
  38. A classical essay on the need for efficient and equitable judicial administration is:
  39. Which of the following is not an outside force that causes problems in scheduling people for trial?
  40. Which one of the following is not a crime that would be tried in a problem‐solving court?
  41. Which of the following findings concerning courthouse shootings is false?
  42. Veterans’ courts are diversion programs where, in exchange for a guilty plea to crimes charged, the veteran consents to:
  43. A major January 2005 Supreme Court decision concerning the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984 created the_________ to establish federal sentencing policies.
  44. Under the Speedy Trial Act, how many days are allowed to pass from indictment to the trial?
  45. Cooper v. Pate was one of the earliest prison cases and is significant because in it the Supreme Court first recognized:
  46. In considering censorship of prison inmates’ correspondence, the Court based its ruling
not on the rights of the prisoner, but instead on:
  47. After examining the effects of supermax prisons, Pizarro et al. found all but which of the following to be true?
  48. Examples of “deliberate indifference,” per the Supreme Court, include all but which one of the following?
  49. Today’s public ideology toward crime has led to ________sentencing practices.
  50. Studies show that as inmates face greater restrictions and social deprivations, their levels of social withdrawal:
  51. Which of the following cases would be discouraged under the Prison Litigation Reform Act?
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