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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. Why, according to Bobo, is he in jail?
(a) Grand theft auto.
(b) Selling drugs.
(d) Petty larceny.
2. What card game does Steve play in his cell after church on Sunday, July 12th?
(b) Bid whist.
3. What is the mood of Steve's parents when they come to visit him on Sunday, July 12th?
4. What, according to Bobo, is a "heavy and a half"?
(a) Seven and a half to ten years.
(b) Twenty five years to life.
(c) Life without parole.
(d) Life with parole.
5. Steve describes his fear of getting raped or beaten as what kind of object?
(a) A little ball in his stomach.
(b) A key in his stomach.
(c) A balloon in his stomach.
(d) A piece of glass in his heart.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the prisoner who gave Detective Williams' partner a call with a tip about Bobo?
2. What time do visiting hours start on Sundays?
3. Which lawyer requests a sidebar when Bobo enters the courtroom to testify?
4. Who is the first person to tell Steve and King that they have a verdict?
5. The witness, Nipping, stipulates that Bobo uses predominately which hand?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did King visit Ms. Moore on the day of the crime?
2. How do readers know what Steve's verdict is, based on the screenplay?
3. Describe the type of music Steve writes in his journal on July 17th that he is going to put on the soundtrack of his film.
4. Who owns thel gun used in the crime, and is it a legal gun?
5. Why is Ms. Moore not at work the day King came to see her?
6. What do the prisoners eat for breakfast on Sunday, July 12?
7. What does O'Brien say about Petrocelli's bringing the crime scene photos out again just before the long weekend recess?
8. Why was Lorelle Henry in the pharmacy?
9. On Sunday the 12th, how does Steve see his brother Jerry?
10. How do Steve's parents act when they come to visit on Sunday the 12th?
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