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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. To show they mean business, the men cut off what part of the girlfriend's anatomy?
2. Where is the man shot?
3. What is the profession of Davenport's ex-girlfriend?
4. Who owns the place?
5. How many times is Candy shot?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who are Andy Stadic and Daymon Harp? What is their relationship? What causes friction between the men?
2. What is Davenport's reaction when he learns about LaChaise's escape? What information is gathered by Davenport?
3. LaChaise and his crew change locations for their hide out. Where had they been staying and where have they moved? Why do they move?
4. What assignment is given to Butters in regards to Davenport?
5. What happens when Davenport questions Sandy Darling? What important information is learned about LaChaise's prison sentence?
6. Who tells Davenport about LaChaise's plan? How does Davenport react to the news of the murders and attempted murder of the family members?
7. What is Sandy Darling's situation at this point?
8. What happens when Davenport and others arrive at the house?
9. Discuss the structure of Dick LaChaise's family.
10. What tip does Davenport receive about LaChaise? What prompted the tipster to call the police?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write a complete character description of Weather Karkinnen. Include her personal and professional lives, relationship to family, and prestige as a surgeon. Also discuss how Weather handles being intimately involved with police work, even when it is against her will.
Essay Topic 2
Andy Stadic is a dirty cop, meaning he will break the law for money or other gain. Discuss the concept of a dirty cop. What could make a cop turn against his profession? Is there a way to spot a dirty cop? What did it take to turn Stadic? Was it worth it? What happened to Stadic in the end?
Essay Topic 3
LaChaise manages to communicate with people outside when he is incarcerated. Discuss how this is possible. In what ways can a prisoner communicate with outsiders? Are the communications monitored? If so, by whom? What kinds of things might be able to slip through? What does LaChaise communicate? How does it affect the case?
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