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Question 1 1. When a defendant pleads to a judge that the plaintiff should not be permitted to sue, he is using:

Question 2 2. You just found out that the State of Florida raised the fee for a driver's license by $1.00. This upsets you because you found that the extra dollar you and all other license holders of the State are paying is going to the preservation of a small beach area. Since you do not like the beach, you sue the State for using your hard earned money for such a cause. Will your case be heard?

Question 3 3. When the local Truck Drivers Union wanted raises for their members, they went to a third party who listened to both sides and helped the union and employer come to a decision. Who was this person?

Question 4 4. Bob has sued Sally for running over his toe. Sally did run over Bob's toe, but it was because he stepped out into the street just as she began moving from a stop sign. Sally thinks that she is not at fault, and that the judge should recognize this at the pretrial stage. What should Sally do?

Question 5 5. Bob and Jim are prepared to endure a legal battle in court. Neither elected to have a jury. What type of trial is this?

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Question 6 6. Why might a defendant be tried twice for the same crime?

Question 7 7. A motion to throw away a case is called:

Question 8 8. Which of the following is legally required to register a trademark?

Question 9 9. 'This case should not be heard in a court of law because Sarah does not have any legitimate legal claims that would serve as grounds for a lawsuit.' This statement represents a request for a:

Question 10 10. The side effects could be harmful to anyone injected with the serum produced by Paul's new business. What will granting a preliminary injunction serve?

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Question 11 11. Judge Watson gave the jury a written list of questions to consider with regard to a case. What type of verdict does it seem like Judge Watson is considering?

Question 12 12. When there is no real legal base for a lawsuit, the defendant may file a:

Question 13 13. Which of the following could be a trademark?

Question 14 14. How long should a trademark applicant expect to wait to hear back from the US Patent and Trademark Office after filing the paperwork?

Question 15 15. Scott could lose his company if his ex-business partner, Paul, is not required to stop working on a competing product. What criteria of preliminary injunctions does this meet?

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Question 16 16. Betty and her brother could not decide on who should get what after their mother passed away. So, they wrote down their wish list and discussed it amongst themselves. What form of dispute resolution did they engage in?

Question 17 17. When a group of employees with common interests for a group, it is called:

Question 18 18. When Joe was arrested for throwing a brick through the window of a liquor store, the police demanded that he admit his guilt. What should Joe have done?

Question 19 19. Who typically is responsible for delivering a summons?

Question 20 20. Using conflict resolution:

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Question 21 21. Mary witnesses a fatal car accident and begins having nightmares as a result. Does she have standing to sue for pain and suffering or emotional distress?

Question 22 22. In the oral argument stage of the appeals process, the judge listens to:

Question 23 23. What is a preliminary injunction?

Question 24 24. Stacy sues Jimmy for defamation of character. Jimmy published a very insulting article about her online that was completely ungrounded. In Stacy's complaint, there were several causes of action laying out her case. Jimmy never answered Stacy's complaint. What will the judge do?

Question 25 25. Which system is used to check if an identical or similar trademark has already been registered with the federal government?

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Question 26 26. When witnesses are examined, who is allowed to ask questions?

Question 27 27. When can a prisoner begin filing a writ of habeas corpus?

Question 28 28. Sometimes the information contained in a complaint or counterclaim is vague and not easy to understand. When this happens, what should be filed?

Question 29 29. After deliberating for over 59 hours, the jury emerged and informed the judge that they could not come to a consensus on the case. Why is such a scenario known as a 'hung jury'?

Question 30 30. When Jane arrived at court to sue her neighbor for allowing his dog to roam in her backyard, she brought evidence. Which of the following can NOT be classified as evidence?

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