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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The jury convicts Allison based on ___________________.
(a) media coverage.
(c) personal prejudice.
(d) personal fear of Sir Winston.
2. For how many years was Paul required to make alimony payments to Libby?
3. Who is Sir Winston's surprise witness?
(a) Phil Gerard.
(b) Frank Stendahl.
(c) Hilary Kramer.
(d) Jim Forrester.
4. What is the profession of the person in #148?
(b) Ship's captain.
(c) Insurance investigator.
5. What is the content of the item in #111?
(a) Allison's guilty plea.
(b) Libby and Paul's divorce decree.
(c) Libby's lawsuit.
(d) Cantor's arrest.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Stone tell Libby's lawyer?
2. What is the verdict delivered in the case?
3. What is Allison's demeanor when Stone goes over testimony with her?
4. What does Stone consider buying with some of the money from the sale of the yacht?
5. Sir Leslie makes his opening remarks, pointing out that ________________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. How has Sir Leslie masterminded the trial and Allison's fake execution?
2. What does Stone learn about Paul and Libby's divorce decree?
3. What is Stone's perception of Allison's private meeting with Sir Leslie?
4. What is the purpose of Sir Winston's having Stone forcefully brought to him for a meeting?
5. Describe Allison's demeanor during her testimony.
6. What is Stone's life like after the trial and what revelation does he make that now makes sense?
7. According to Sir Leslie, what is Sir Winston willing to do in order to get the prime minister's position?
8. What is the verdict in the coroner's inquest into the plane crash that killed Libby Manning?
9. What is the significance of the spear gun and the missing spear that Stone comes across?
10. How is Sir Winston unsuccessful at undermining Stone with a surprise witness as the trial begins?
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