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If You Can Get 12/15 On This Test, You Must Be In Law School

"What, like it's hard?" —Elle Woods

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    McCulloch vs. Maryland
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    United States vs. Washington
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    Marbury vs. Madison
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    Plessy vs. Ferguson
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    Fourth
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    Sixth
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    Tenth
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    Nineteenth
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    True
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    False
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    A state of mind wherein someone fully intends to commit a criminal act
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    In property law, “mens rea” is used to describe a piece of property that has not met all applicable zoning requirements
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    The act of unintentionally breaching a contract
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    It is a term meaning “to cease an action immediately”
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    A sworn statement made in writing while under oath
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    The removal of evidence from trial that has been obtained through illegal means
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    A document submitted to a court as evidence before it has been submitted to a judge for review
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    A decision made by a judge based on the failure of one party to appear in court
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    Yes
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    No
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    A term used to indicate that two parties have mutually agreed to form a contract with one another
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    A gathering of two parties and their lawyers prior to any official trial proceedings in an attempt to settle their dispute before going before a judge
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    It is when one business firm makes an offer in the form of a written contract and the offeree responds with its own written contract
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    This is when a judgement is made regarding a thing (i.e. property), so that it affects the people involved in a lawsuit
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    A document used to determine ownership when settling property disputes in court
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    A civil wrong for which the law provides a remedy
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    A contract that derives its value from the assets with which it deals
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    A clause in a contract that allows for one party to exempt themselves from an agreement after a certain period of time has elapsed
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    True
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    False
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    A unilateral contract
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    An implied contract
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    A bilateral contract
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    An express contract
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    A petition to appeal the judgement on a case
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    An order from a higher court (i.e. The Supreme Court) ordering a lower court to turn over a case
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    A contract that grants the seller of a piece of property the ability to terminate the sale up to 15 days after the date of sale
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    A document stating the facts of a particular case as they were said during a defendant’s deposition
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    Yes
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    No
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    A point is factual, but not able to be used in court as evidence
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    An employer is responsible for the actions of his/her/its employee during the course of employment
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    A penalty may be imposed on someone other than an employer when an employee is found to be negligent during the course of work (i.e. the employee)
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    A point of argument is invalid or irrelevant
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    Motion to compel
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    Motion to dismiss
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    Motion for express judgement
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    Motion for summary judgement
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    Anne
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    Chris
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    The neighbor

 
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