JURI 515 Quiz 3

JURI 515 Quiz 3 Liberty University

  1. Which one of the following is a pure question of fact?
  2. The proper way to cite the Bible is:
  3. Which one of the following is a mixed question of law and fact?
  4. It is essential to omit bad facts from the Statement of Facts.
  5. Where doubt exists as to the proper standard, an appellant should argue for the least restrictive standard – a standard that maximizes the appellate court’s authority to overturn the challenged decision.
  6. Which one of the following is a pure question of law?
  7. With the exception of block quotations, quotations should be enclosed in quotation marks but not otherwise set off from the rest of the text.
  8. What type of review is an appellate court subject to in a pure question of law?
  9. The parties’ names in a case citation should be underlined.
  10. Policy rationales justifying the “abuse of discretion” standard include all of the following, except:
  11. Where doubt exists as to the proper standard, an appellee should argue for the least restrictive standard – a standard that maximizes the appellate court’s authority to overturn the challenged decision.
  12. The best way to find an effective theory of the case is by talking with:
  13. The Statement Facts must cite the location of the fact in the record.
  14. The most common organizational formats for fact statements are all of the following, except:
  15. Once you have provided one full citation to an authority, you may use a “short form” in later citations to the same authority.
  16. Black’s Law Dictionary is correctly cited:
  17. A trial court judge has full discretion about whether to apply the relevant rule of law.
  18. Match the following:
    1. Standard of review
    2. Question of fact
    3. Question of law
    4. Statement of facts
    5. Bluebook
    6. Signal
    7. Reporter
    8. Id
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