US Government - Seventh Amendment

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US Government - Seventh Amendment.

1. Which of the following is not an example of a civil case?
a. People suing for damages over faulty products.
b. Suing a business to get money owed
c. Suing for damages in a car accident
d. Workers suing because of unsafe working conditions
e. A murder trial

2. Who decides if the defendant is guilty in a trial by jury?
a. The lawyers
b. The people in the jury
c. The judge
d. The defendant
e. The police

3. How many people are there on the typical jury in the United States?
a. 2
b. 7
c. 12
d. 20
e. 34

4. What are the first ten amendments to the Constitution called?
a. Declaration of Independence
b. Magna Carta
c. Articles of Confederation
d. Bill of Rights
e. The Big Ten

5. Who is the plaintiff in a civil case?
a. The person or organization who is suing
b. The person or organization being sued
c. The judge
d. The lawyer
e. The head of the jury

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