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Question Which of the following is the most correct? Crimes and torts are divisions of civil law. Crimes and contracts are divisions of civil law. Contracts and torts are divisions of civil law. 2. The case of City of Piggott v. Eblen dealt with a conflict between laws. Which laws were conflicting? a city ordinance and a state constitution a state constitution and a state statute a state statute and a city ordinance 3. At the beginning of the lesson, it is stated that “law may be defined as a rule or requirement made and enforced by government.” Which governmental bodies can make law? legislative bodies judges regulatory agencies all of these options 4. This question focuses on the case of Loving v. U.S. The question in that case is whether the Congress or the president has the exclusive power to regulate the armed forces or whether that power is shared. Which of the following is correct? The power to regulate the armed forces is a shared power. Congress has the exclusive power to regulate the armed forces. The president has the exclusive power to regulate the armed forces. 5. Place the following in their general order of importance, from greatest to least: regulations cases constitution statutes II, III, IV, and I IV, I, II, and III II, III, IV, and I III, IV, I, and II 6. Suppose that the provision of a state constitution conflicted with the provisions of the U.S. constitution. What would happen? Under the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution, the provisions of the U.S. Constitution would stand, except when those provisions conflict with a state constitution. Under the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution, the provisions of the U.S. Constitution would prevail. 7. Which of the following is correct? Statutes are found in codes and case opinions in reporters. Case opinions are found in codes and statutes are found in reporters. 8. Ricky ignores a stop sign and drives his car into an intersection located in the city of Utopia. He hits and injures a pedestrian named Kate. Which of the following is the correct answer? The city may prosecute Ricky, and Kate may sue him for damages. The city may prosecute Ricky, but if that occurs, he cannot be sued by Kate for damages. Kate may sue Ricky for damages, but if that occurs, the city may not prosecute Kate. 9. If a case is brought by the government, the burden of proof is “beyond a reasonable doubt,” and the possible sanctions are fines and/or incarceration, which of the following is true? This is a civil case. We cannot tell what kind of case this is based on these facts. This is a criminal case. 10. What is stare decisis? the requirement that every decision must have a precedent the power of the U.S. Supreme Court to overrule any legal action that is not constitutional the requirement that courts be consistent in making present decisions conform to the rulings in earlier decisions

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