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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 34.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How much has Jake been paid by Lester Hailey prior to the indictment?
2. Why does Lucien advise Jake he needs to seek a change of venue?
(a) The KKK in Ford County is very strong.
(b) The chances for a less experienced prosecutor are better.
(c) Everyone in Ford County has already made their minds up.
(d) To get at least one black jury member.
3. When does Agee agree to get the "love offering" funds for the Hailey family to Gwen?
(a) When Jake threatens to prosecute.
(b) When Carl Lee threatens to tell everyone of Agee's dirty dealings.
(c) When Ozzie threatens to arrest him.
(d) When Ozzie says he could tell the church of his stolen car, DUI, and funeral home kickbicks.
4. When Jake and Buckley are in the judge's office the day before the arraignment, what does the former request?
(a) 180 days to prepare.
(b) 60 days to prepare.
(c) 90 days to prepare.
(d) 120 days to prepare.
5. How does Ozzie determine what is in the ticking case the stranger has brought to the front porch of of Jake's home?
(a) He threatens to shoot both of his knees.
(b) Ozzie breaks both of the man's ankles.
(c) He threatens to break his ankles.
(d) He handcuffs the man to the gas meter and places the case between his legs.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Jake has Ellen focus on Dr. Wilbert Rodeheaver, the state's mental expert, he asks her to center on cases where acquittals resulted because he suspects what?
2. Why does Jake recognize Gerald Ault as a supporter of black people?
3. On the evening before the trial begins, Ellen arrives at Jake's office suite carrying a thick, professional brief regarding the rape admissibility issue and begins to do what?
4. What is Jake Brigance accustomed to doing on his office balcony?
5. How have Lucien and Harry Rex advised Jake regarding selection of women for the jury?
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