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Crimes Against the Government Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which terrorist group was responsible for the largest amount of deaths by terrorist activity in 2013?

Question 2 2. What are the two types of terrorism?

Question 3 3. Which of the following best describes homegrown terrorism?

Question 4 4. An example of a legal proceeding is:

Question 5 5. In order for there to be a charge of obstruction of justice, _____ must be underway.

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Question 6 6. The level of offense for the crime of obstruction of justice _____ the original crime.

Question 7 7. Which of the following statements BEST reflects the sentiment of a proponent of the Patriot Act?

Question 8 8. Which of the following is a key component of the Patriot Act?

Question 9 9. The Patriot Act was enacted due to what event in American history?

Question 10 10. One important event that occurred on U.S. territory and that led to the passing of the PATRIOT Act was _____.

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Question 11 11. According to the Geneva Convention, a prisoner may be asked for his _____.

Question 12 12. A special legal category that was created by the Bush administration to include those accused of terrorist activity is called _____.

Question 13 13. John Adams signed the Sedition Act into law because:

Question 14 14. The Sedition Act has its historical roots in what previous law?

Question 15 15. The first two American political parties that openly criticized one another in the press were the:

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Question 16 16. _____ are individuals who illegally take the secrets or confidential information from their enemies.

Question 17 17. During which war did the U.S. first use double agents?

Question 18 18. Listening in on another individual's conversation is known as _____.

Question 19 19. This man raided the Union armory at Harper's Ferry, Virginia.

Question 20 20. In the US Constitution, treason was made harder to prove by requiring two of these:

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Question 21 21. The definition of treason and its punishment varies from country to country, but it is always _____.

Question 22 22. Which of the following was a characteristic of the Espionage Act?

Question 23 23. Which U.S. president presided over the implementation of the Espionage Act?

Question 24 24. The Espionage Act empowered the U.S. Postmaster General to do what?

Question 25 25. ________ occurs when a witness purposefully and intentionally lies to mislead the court of the facts of the pending matter.

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Question 26 26. Under federal law, the maximum prison term a person can serve for perjury is:

Question 27 27. Bob knows that the defendant committed a crime because he was a witness to the act. On the stand, Bob states that the defendant did not commit the crime. Which of the following BEST describes Bob's statement?

Question 28 28. In which of the following scenarios is bribery most frequently found?

Question 29 29. Which of the following is an example of bribery?

Question 30 30. What is the federal law that makes bribery illegal?

Crimes Against the Government Chapter Exam Instructions

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