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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 9 | Chapter 10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When a Memphis TV crew requests to be allowed to film the trial, what does Judge Willard Bullard do?
(a) Grants them permission so long as they do not interfere with proceedings.
(b) Advises they may film, but it will all be reviewed by the county prosecutor.
(c) Advises they may only film inside the courtroom, they may not broadcast.
(d) Instructs the county courtroom deputy, Mr. Pate, to throw them out.
2. How many murder trials has Jake Brigance served as the defense counsel prior to the preliminary hearing for Billy Ray Cobb and Pete Willard?
3. How long does the preliminary hearing for Billy Ray Cobb and Pete Willard last?
(a) 20 minutes.
(b) 10 minutes.
(c) 40 minutes.
(d) 30 minutes.
4. What three individuals were aware of what would likely take place, so the double murder does not surprise them?
(a) Ozzie Walls, K.T. "Cat" Bruster, Deputy Looney.
(b) Carla Brigance, Pete Willard, Billy Ray Cobb.
(c) Lester Hailey, Jake Brigance, Judge Bullard.
(d) Ozzie Walls, Jake Brigance, Carl Lee Hailey.
5. How is Ford County Sheriff viewed by the local citizenry?
(a) He is respected and loved by white residents primarily, not black residents.
(b) He is not respected nor loved by many black or white residents.
(c) He is respected and loved by virtually all, both black and white residents.
(d) He is respected and loved by black residents primarily, not white residents.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Tonya restrained with while being raped?
2. How old is Tonya?
3. Where do Rufus Buckley's political ambitions lead him to?
4. On the day before Carl Lee's preliminary hearing, Jake, knowing the grand jurors are not yet selected and will likely see this news broadcast on TV that evening, reminds interviewers of what?
5. How does Jake Brigance view the Carl Lee Hailey murder trial?
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