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LEG 320 Week 5 Quiz – Strayer Click on the Link Below toPurchase A+ Graded Course Material http://hwgala.com/LEG-320-Week-5-Quiz-Strayer-446.htm CHAPTER 8CRIMINAL PUNISHMENTS MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The SixthAmendment requires that factual findings made for the purpose of enhancing asentence must be made by a a. jury b. judge c. prosecuting attorney d. defense attorney 2. In Ring v.Arizona, 536 U.S. 584 (2002), the Court held that a state capitalsentencing procedure that permitted the sentencing judge to make the factualdetermination of the aggravating and mitigating circumstances present a. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right of trial by jury b. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right of trial by judge c. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right to a speedy trial d. violated the Eight Amendment’s right to freedom from cruel and unusual punishment 3. In Blakely v.Washington, the Supreme Court held the sentence was invalid under the SixthAmendment, because the defendant was entitled to a jury trial on the factssupporting the finding that he acted with a. deliberate cruelty b. deliberate indifference c. deliberate apathy d. deliberate malice 4. In Booker, theCourt held that under the holdings of Apprendi and Blakeley, theFederal Sentencing Guidelines violated the Sixth Amendment’s right to a. jury trials in criminal cases b. speedy trials in criminal cases c. fair trials in criminal cases d. an attorney in criminal cases 5. The FederalSentencing Guidelines are a. no longer mandatory b. no longer discretionary c. no longer applicable d. no longer fair ��:ڬ�yF
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LEG 320 Week 5 Quiz – Strayer Click on the Link Below toPurchase A+ Graded Course Material http://hwgala.com/LEG-320-Week-5-Quiz-Strayer-446.htm CHAPTER 8CRIMINAL PUNISHMENTS MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The SixthAmendment requires that factual findings made for the purpose of enhancing asentence must be made by a a. jury b. judge c. prosecuting attorney d. defense attorney 2. In Ring v.Arizona, 536 U.S. 584 (2002), the Court held that a state capitalsentencing procedure that permitted the sentencing judge to make the factualdetermination of the aggravating and mitigating circumstances present a. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right of trial by jury b. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right of trial by judge c. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right to a speedy trial d. violated the Eight Amendment’s right to freedom from cruel and unusual punishment 3. In Blakely v.Washington, the Supreme Court held the sentence was invalid under the SixthAmendment, because the defendant was entitled to a jury trial on the factssupporting the finding that he acted with a. deliberate cruelty b. deliberate indifference c. deliberate apathy d. deliberate malice 4. In Booker, theCourt held that under the holdings of Apprendi and Blakeley, theFederal Sentencing Guidelines violated the Sixth Amendment’s right to a. jury trials in criminal cases b. speedy trials in criminal cases c. fair trials in criminal cases d. an attorney in criminal cases 5. The FederalSentencing Guidelines are a. no longer mandatory b. no longer discretionary c. no longer applicable d. no longer fair ��:ڬ�yF
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LEG 320 Week 5 Quiz – Strayer Click on the Link Below toPurchase A+ Graded Course Material http://hwgala.com/LEG-320-Week-5-Quiz-Strayer-446.htm CHAPTER 8CRIMINAL PUNISHMENTS MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The SixthAmendment requires that factual findings made for the purpose of enhancing asentence must be made by a a. jury b. judge c. prosecuting attorney d. defense attorney 2. In Ring v.Arizona, 536 U.S. 584 (2002), the Court held that a state capitalsentencing procedure that permitted the sentencing judge to make the factualdetermination of the aggravating and mitigating circumstances present a. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right of trial by jury b. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right of trial by judge c. violated the Sixth Amendment’s right to a speedy trial d. violated the Eight Amendment’s right to freedom from cruel and unusual punishment 3. In Blakely v.Washington, the Supreme Court held the sentence was invalid under the SixthAmendment, because the defendant was entitled to a jury trial on the factssupporting the finding that he acted with a. deliberate cruelty b. deliberate indifference c. deliberate apathy d. deliberate malice 4. In Booker, theCourt held that under the holdings of Apprendi and Blakeley, theFederal Sentencing Guidelines violated the Sixth Amendment’s right to a. jury trials in criminal cases b. speedy trials in criminal cases c. fair trials in criminal cases d. an attorney in criminal cases 5. The FederalSentencing Guidelines are a. no longer mandatory b. no longer discretionary c. no longer applicable d. no longer fair ��:ڬ�yF