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Legal Jeopardy. Judges & Lawyers. Trials. Bill of Rights. Think Like a Lawyer. Who’s Who in the Courtroom. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Judges and Lawyers for $100.

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Legal Jeopardy


Judges & Lawyers

Trials

Bill of Rights

Think Like a Lawyer

Who’s Who in the Courtroom

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Judges and Lawyers for $100

Law School


What graduate school have judges and lawyers attended?


Judges and Lawyersfor $200

All judges have been this for at least 10 years


What is an attorney?


Judges and Lawyersfor $300

This is how most lawyers and judges pay for law school


What are loans and scholarships?


Judges and Lawyersfor $400

These are the two ways that lawyers can become judges.


What are elections by voters and appointments by governors?


Judges and Lawyersfor $500

Decisions by judges must be based on this.


What is

the rule of law?


Trials for $100

This many jurors must agree to convict a criminal defendant.


What is a unanimous jury of 12?


Trials for $200

Amendment Six guarantees a speedy, public, and _________

trial.


What is a fair trial?


Trials for $300

These are the three levels of Court:

Supreme Court

_____________ Court

Trial Court


What is the Appellate Court?


Trials for $400

All immigration cases are heard in this court system


What are federal courts?


Trials for $500

This means that a trial has to start over from the beginning.


What is a mistrial?


The Bill of Rights $100

“You have the right to remain silent…”


What is the Fifth Amendment?


DAILY

DOUBLE

DAILY

DOUBLE

DAILY

DOUBLE

DAILY

DOUBLE


The Bill of Rights for $200

DAILY DOUBLE

This promises me a lawyer when I face imprisonment.


What is the Right to Counsel in the Sixth Amendment?


The Bill of Rights $300

Why we require search warrants signed by judges.


What is the protection against unreasonable Search and Seizure in the Fourth Amendment?


Trials for $400

I have a right to this type of trial if I may be imprisoned.


What is a jury trial?


Trials for $500

This is why I cannot be

put on trial for the

same crime twice.


What is the Double Jeopardy rule in the Fifth Amendment?


Think Like a Lawyer for $100

This is how we address a judge.


What is “Your honor”?


Think Like a Lawyerfor $200

Pro per or Pro Se


Who is someone who has no lawyer or is their own lawyer?


Think Like a Lawyerfor $300

Objection!


What you would say to formally protest something during trial?


Think Like a Lawyerfor $400

This document allows you to order witnesses to court.


What is a subpoena?


Think Like a Lawyerfor $500

This means that the everyone in court must obey the law and give everyone a fair chance.


What is Due Process?


Who’s Who in the Courtroom for $100

This person is trained to record approximately 300 words a minute.


Who is the Court Reporter?


Who’s Who in the Courtroom for $200

This sheriff keeps his eyes open to make sure everyone is safe in court.


Who is the bailiff?


Who’s Who in the Courtroom for $300

This person acts as the umpire or referee in the courtroom.


Who is the judge?


Who’s Who in the Courtroom for $400

This person is fluent in at least two languages and can listen while speaking.


Who is the interpreter?


Who’s Who in the Courtroom for $500

These attorneys represent

“the people”.


Who are the prosecutors or deputy district attorneys?


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