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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 34.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How long does the preliminary hearing for Billy Ray Cobb and Pete Willard last?
(a) 10 minutes.
(b) 20 minutes.
(c) 30 minutes.
(d) 40 minutes.
2. What three individuals were aware of what would likely take place, so the double murder does not surprise them?
(a) Carla Brigance, Pete Willard, Billy Ray Cobb.
(b) Lester Hailey, Jake Brigance, Judge Bullard.
(c) Ozzie Walls, Jake Brigance, Carl Lee Hailey.
(d) Ozzie Walls, K.T. "Cat" Bruster, Deputy Looney.
3. Since Jake insists he will not be a "gofer" for the NAACP, what is the response when Carl Lee asks what will happen to the $20,000 defense fund if he uses only Jake?
(a) He will receive it all.
(b) The $20,000 only accompanies the NAACP defense team.
(c) Only a small portion will go to the Hailey family support fund.
(d) He will only receive half.
4. What is the reaction to the press conference?
(a) Primarily on TV news, and little in the newspapers.
(b) Nothing local, only in Jackson, Memphis, Atlanta and elsewhere.
(c) It is a short clip on the 10:00 p.m. broadcast, and a short column with no photo in the back pages.
(d) It is a TV news hit, and the Hailey family photo appears on the front page.
5. Where is Carl Lee seated during the change of venue hearing?
(a) Still being examined by doctors.
(b) Next to Jake, as required by court procedures.
(c) Next to Jake, by his own choice.
(d) Carl Lee chose to stay in jail.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long does it take Sheriff Ozzie Walls to obtain arrest warrants for Billy Ray Cobb and Pete Willard?
2. How much does the NAACP initially contribute toward the defense of Carl Lee?
3. Where does Judge Noose advise the jurors they will be sequestered?
4. What does Sheriff Walls testify during the change of venue hearing?
5. According to Judge Noose, what is the largest media problem?
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