Thursday, 3 September 2015

Latest Top Legal Advisor Multiple Choice Questions And Answers

41. Criminal prosecutions result in some form of:

A. Restitution
B. Probation
C. Punishment
D. Prison sentence
Ans: B

42. The aim of a civil action is essentially to:

A. Provide an equitable remedy
B. Reward the claimant
C. Punish the defendant
D. Restore the claimant back to their position before the act took place
Ans: D

43. A decision made in court provides a _______ to be used when judging later cases:

A. Debate
B. Punishment
C. Remedy
D. Precedent
Ans: D

44. Which of the following has predictability as its outcome?
A. Justice
B. Rule of law
C. Self-determination
D. International Treaties
Ans: B

45. Which of the following is True of common law?

A. It is based on precedent
B. It may be changed by juries
C. It is based on the constitution.
D. It cannot be changed by a parliament
Ans: A

46. Which of the following is a type of private law?

A. Administrative law
B. Constitutional law
C. Criminal law
D. Tort law
Ans: D

47. When does the law promote human rights?

A. When the high court applies an international treaty
B. When slavery is available to all
C. When the Governor signs a covenant
D. When the sittings of parliament are shown on television
Ans: A

48. Which of the following can best provide for the protection of human rights?

A. The Universal Declaration of human rights
B. The existence of the rule of law in a particular country
C. The existence of universal suffrage in a particular country
D. The international Covenant on civil and Political Rights
Ans: B

49. What is tort law primarily concerned with?
A. Public rights and obligations
B. Crimes and their punishment
C. Civil injuries and their remedies
D. International rights and obligations
Ans: C

50. Judges are always required to provide reasons for their decisions. What does this best illustrate?
A. The operation of the rule of law
B. The operation of customary law
C. The operation of the doctrine of natural justice
D. The operation of the doctrine of the separation of powers
Ans: C

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