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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 38.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Amongst some of the questions Buckley asks regarding Bass's identity, what is the crime Buckley ask Bass has been convicted of?
(b) Statutory Rape.
(c) Driving Under the Influence.
2. When interviewed by TV journalists the day before Carl Lee's preliminary hearing, what does Jake tell them a Mississippi jury has as options when trying capital murder?
(a) Manslaughter for 20 years, capital murder for life or death, and guilty.
(b) Manslaughter for 25 years, capital murder for life or death, and not guilty.
(c) Manslaughter for 20 years, capital murder for life or death, and not guilty.
(d) Manslaughter with immediate parole, capital murder for life, and not guilty.
3. What happens to Ellen on her way to Oxford on the evening of the shooting?
(a) She is pulled over by a vehicle with flashing blue lights.
(b) She is intentionally run off the road by a pickup truck.
(c) She is intentionally run off the road by a sedan.
(d) She has a motor vehicle accident.
4. How does Deputy Looney describe Carl Lee?
(a) "He's a hero. Give him a trophy."
(b) "He's a killer. He's worthy of death."
(c) "It was an accident. But he deserves some prison time."
(d) "For what he did, he deserves life."
5. Where did K.T. "Cat" Bruster lose his eye?
(a) Tenements of Memphis.
(b) Deserts of Afghanistan.
(c) Back alleys of Chicago.
(d) Rice patties of Vietnam.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Jake threaten to fire his secretary Ethel?
2. When two dozen Klansmen arrive on the first morning of the trial in full regalia, what happens?
3. Who has previously witnessed a KKK march in Clanton?
4. Who is wounded when Jake is escorted from his office to the courthouse on Friday morning, the fifth day?
5. How does Ozzie determine what is in the ticking case the stranger has brought to the front porch of of Jake's home?
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