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Judge Reynolds, in trying a case involving online piracy, based the decision on a previously decided case from three years ago that had similar circumstances. What type of law did Judge Reynolds use to make the decision?- Common LawWebshare Corporation, a tech startup, has established a new policy on employee email.The policy reads as follows: "All email sent using the company server is the property ofthe company and is not private. Supervisors and managers shall have the right to review such e-mail. Inasmuch as the company is liable for e-mail content, it reserves the right to review it." The policy is an example of:- Private lawWhile driving to work in his car, Hunter failed to stop at a stop sign at the end of a road. His car struck Mica's car. Mica is now seeking restitution for the damage to her car. What type of law provides this restitution for her?- Civil lawThe United States was founded on this theory of jurisprudence.- Natural lawTaylor believes that everyone should follow the rules and laws so that order is maintained in society. What theory of law is Taylor subscribing to?- The theory of positive lawAnna would like to incorporate her plumbing business, which is located in Flagstaff, Arizona. Where is she most likely to find the requirements for incorporation?This study source was downloaded by 100000845762540 from CourseHero.com on 09-06-2022 10:56:35 GMT -05:00https://www.coursehero.com/file/137878600/Exam-1docx/- Arizona state codesMartina has been operating a stationery store out of her house. She receives a letter that the construction is in violation of a zoning ordinance. Which of the following outlines the penalties for the violation?- The municipal codeIn 2019, President Trump initiated economic sanctions against Russia. Which of the following types of laws did the president most likely issue to initiate these sanctions?- Executive orderAjmal wants to license a dog before adopting her. He wants more information about the laws governing dog licensing. Which of the following laws should he consult?- Local lawsA group of people has gathered at city hall to protest Chemcorp's use of animals in testing their products. The protestors are holding up signs and chanting slogans but are not violent. However, Chemcorp wants the protestors arrested. Which of the following types of law will most likely protect the protestors?- Constitutional lawAnna has just opened her landscaping business in a new office located in an industrial park in the city of Ashdown, Arkansas. Upon opening her landscaping business, she receives a notice from the landlord that her company's equipment, a front-end loader, may not be parked in the parking lot of the industrial park overnight. Anna asks why, and the landlord explains that the restriction is stipulated in her lease agreement. Thisrestriction is:- Enforceable as a private lawThis study source was downloaded by 100000845762540 from CourseHero.com on 09-06-2022 10:56:35 GMT -05:00https://www.coursehero.com/file/137878600/Exam-1docx/Jason owns a gasoline station. A representative from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has just notified Jason that there is some leakage from his underground gasoline storage tanks. The EPA representative explains to Jason that he will be issueda citation for violating federal environmental laws and that Jason could be liable for cleanup costs and related sanctions. Which of the following statements is true?- Jason has been levied civil penalties for the violationDelon Daniels is a freshman at Winona State University. He has developed a software program that allows one to remove the encryption on DVDs so that they can be ripped (copied). The software also compresses the resulting file to a smaller size. This allows the files to be uploaded to the cloud faster. Delon sets up a website on which he sells the software program for a $9.99 annual subscription. The subscription also includes 100 GB of file storage. Delon's website allows subscribers (who are referred to as "Friends") to share their uploaded videos with other subscribers. You tell Delon that this is probably a copyright violation and that it is the same thing that Napster was doing in the early 2000s. Delon says his platform is totally different because Napster set up an open peer-to-peer network for music, whereas his platform is private and only accessible to Friends, which is no different than individuals sharing their movies. Which of the following statements is correct?- Delon is not correct because there is an infringement issue and the Napster case is precedent.The trial court is where lawyers file briefs- FalsePublished opinions are available only for the state and federal supreme courtsThis study source was downloaded by 100000845762540 from CourseHero.com on 09-06-2022 10:56:35 GMT -05:00https://www.coursehero.com/file/137878600/Exam-1docx/- FalseWhich of the following statement is correct if a case is remanded- The case is sent back for additional proceedings at the trial courtWhich of the following statements is true when there is a 2-1 decision by an appellate court?- There is usually a dissenting opinion.Oral arguments are part of the appellate process- TrueWhich of the following statements is true of judicial review?- It is a function of appellate courtsAppellate court decisions must be unanimous- FalseAn appellate brief is a transcript of the lower court trial.- FalseWhich of the following is the typical number of appellate court judges per case?- 3Although there are nine judges on the U.S. Supreme Court, only three of them hear each case.- FalseA dissenting opinion is written by the judge in the minority on a decision.- TrueWhich of the following terms does not mean the same as the others?- Dissenting opinions (Stare decisis - Let the decision stand - Case precedent)Which of the following statements is true of precedent- The application of precedent leaves room for interpretation and variation.The attorney-client relationship does not carry a protected privilege.- FalseThis study source was downloaded by 100000845762540 from CourseHero.com on 09-06-2022 10:56:35 GMT -05:00https://www.coursehero.com/file/137878600/Exam-1docx/Which of the following statements is true of appellate judges?- They review the work of trial court judgesThe subject matter jurisdiction of federal district courts is limited.- TrueMany federal questions can be heard by a state court.- TrueWhich of the following courts is part of the federal court


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