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Question 11.Law is a reflection of the personal views of those people in charge of enacting, applying, and enforcing it. This viewpoint represents:
Question 22.Jurisprudence is:
Question 33.The Eighth Amendment guarantees which of the following?
Question 44.At the time the Constitution was drafted, the framers primary motivation for including the Full Faith and Credit Clause was to_____ .
Question 55.According to the Full Faith and Credit Clause, which type of law might a state have to apply from another state?
Question 66.Laws reflect the views of the most powerful people in the society. This viewpoint represents:
Question 77.Why could someone argue that the Necessary and Proper Clause gives the federal government too much power?
Question 88.What would a law that prohibits jaywalking most likely be?
Question 99.The Constitution allows Congress to check and balance the power of executive order. This is accomplished by:
Question 1010.Which of the following scenarios is prohibited under the Obligations of Contracts Clause?
Question 1111.Which court can review an administrative agency's decision?
Question 1212.How can the Senate and Congress maintain their role as a check in regards to the executive branch?
Question 1313.A Michigan citizen publishes a news pamphlet criticizing the governor. State officials demand that he cease publishing his pamphlets. He refuses, claiming the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects his rights in this case. Which of the following would likely happen if this case were brought before The Supreme Court of the United States?
Question 1414.The U.S. Supreme Court can evaluate laws to determine constitutionality. What is this called?
Question 1515.Article I of the Constitution establishes _____.
Question 1616.The power of executive order comes from:
Question 1717.The Tenth Amendment guarantees which of the following?
Question 1818.Which of the following is prohibited by the privileges and immunities clause:
Question 1919.The federal act that directs federal administrative agency law is:
Question 2020.The Fifth Amendment guarantees which of the following?
Question 2121.The United States Congress makes federal laws. What are these laws are generally known as?
Question 2222.What is commerce that takes place between two or more states known as?
Question 2323.The Tenth Amendment accomplished which of the following:
Question 2424.Before and during the American Revolution, colonists were required to provide housing to soldiers at any time. Which amendment in the Bill of Rights protects current U.S citizens from this challenge?
Question 2525.Counties and municipalities, such as cities and towns, make local laws. What are these laws are known as?
Question 2626.U.S. Senators are up for election every
Question 2727.Chicago passes a law that gives police officers the right to search people without cause. The state law says that cities have the right to pass laws without state interference. The federal law says searches may only occur with probable cause. Which statement accurately describes how the courts will rule on searches in the city of Chicago?
Question 2828.What is the Bill of Rights?
Question 2929.Executive orders may involve issues of national security. These are called:
Question 3030.Where is the Obligations of Contracts Clause found in the United States Constitution?
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