2. innocent until proven guilty
3. code of laws
4. common law/precedents
6. private parties
7. compensatory/punitive damages
8. "beyond a reasonable doubt"
12. pleads guilty/lesser crime
a. TOC o "1-5" h z no
b. Mary Beth Whitehead-Gould
e. Because of the nature of the law, courts will be obligated to base future decisions on decisions made in this case.
a. court reporter
h. courtroom clerk
1. innocent until proven guilty
2. British common law
4. a jury
7. to see that the trial is conducted according to law
8. to decide whether they believe the testimony they hear and whether the evidence presented to them is valid
9. about 80%
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1. setting foot
6. budget crunches
9. via mail/download
a. No, many distance education programs have residency requirements.
b. No, admission requirements are the same as for on-campus programs.
c. Three examples of computer requirements that online study might require are the latest version of Windows, a microphone, and a modem. (Answers may vary.)
d. Students are more likely to complete traditional programs than distance education programs. (Dropout rate is higher for distance education.)
ST1 reasons why distance education is growing so rapidly
ST2 how distance education works, that is, what the modes of delivery are
ST3 some things people considering distance education need to be aware of
1. by time and by distance
2. by correspondence (by mail)
5. at the same time
6. (Answers may vary.)
7. No (There are time limits.)
8. No (They are about the same.)
9. cable modem, DSL
10. No (The dropout rate is higher for distance education courses and programs.)
2. free enterprise
4. contracts/national defense
5. control/comply with
6. income/public assistance/welfare
a. No. They were suspicious of strong central government.
b. The Confederation was unable to solve many problems facing the new nation and needed a stronger central government.
c. None. In a laissez-faire economy, the government does not interfere with the economy.
d. The government imposed an income tax for the first time. After the Civil War, the government had money for internal improvements to the country.
4. aggressive/predisposed to
5. to blame/shortcomings
7. deprived of/strike out
11. conscience/bring up
14. takes over/leads to
15. benefits/take for granted
a. Crime statistics match public’s perception of less crime
b. Three secondary support ideas:
1. 1994-2001: violent crime decreased 52%
2. possible reasons for decrease
3. statistics on white-collar crime (embezzlement, bribery, etc.) not as clear
c. Two details for each point.
1. 1994: 51 victims per 1,000/in 2001, 24 victims per 1,000
2. stricter law enforcement in cities/stringent penalties on repeat offenders
3. statistics hard to get and/It doesn’t scare people
ST1 liberal theory of crime
ST2 conservative theory of crime
ST3 some solutions to the crime problem in the U. S.
2. embezzlement, bribery, political corruption, and/or dangerous corporate policies
3. racism, poverty, and injustice
5. the liberal theory
6. by giving them values, a conscience
7. socialization by the family and fear of punishment
8. They’ve enjoyed the benefits of society.
9. good education, health care, and employment
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a. however,- on the other hand
b. In fact
c. For instance
d. however; nevertheless
e. Rather; Instead
f. On the other hand; However; Nevertheless
g. furthermore; also
ST1 the monoculturalist view ST2 the multiculturalist view ST3 the pluralistic view
3. the monoculturalist view
4. African, Asian, and Native Americans as well as each newly arrived group
5. the patchwork quilt
8. We inherit, absorb, and choose it.
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4. expressions of envy/reassured
5. unheard of
1. shortly before the baby is due
2. (1) baby showers not always a surprise, and (2) men sometimes attend
4. the bride’s family
5. a religious ceremony
6. something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue
7. the groom
8. in case of cremation
9. a sympathy card and flowers
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