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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. Dr. Worthington was willing to testify to what?
(a) That Sunny had bruises and scratches consistent with abuse.
(b) That Sunny had been murdered.
(c) That Sunny had bruises and scratches consistent with self inflicted wounds.
(d) That Sunny had overdosed.
2. Why did Claus reject the idea of arguing that Sunny committed suicide?
(a) He thought his family would be angry.
(b) He thought her family would be angry.
(c) He didn't want to hurt her image.
(d) He didn't believe she would commit suicide.
3. What was the original cause of death listed on Daphne Mellon's death certificate?
(a) Drug overdose.
(c) Gunshot wound.
(d) Blunt force trauma.
4. How did Baden know Fried's death was not suicide by overdose?
(a) He had low levels of barbiturates in his system.
(b) He did not have any drugs in his system.
(c) He had low levels of cocaine in his system.
(d) He had low levels of heroin in his system.
5. On investigation, what did the Claus defense team find about Dr. Worthington?
(a) He was a lover of Claus.
(b) He had not completed college.
(c) He was a lover of Sunny.
(d) He was the murderer.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which organ is particularly important for detecting poison?
2. What does Baden claim was the cause of death for Whitney Young?
3. Who watched the autopsy of Jaroslawicz?
4. Where was the body of Daphne Mellon found?
5. Why was Sunny von Bulow hospitalized the second time?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain how Carl Cappolino killed William E. Farber.
2. Explain the situation that causes some teenagers and adults to accidentally commit suicide by hanging during sexual experimentation.
3. How did Baden know the killer in the Buffalo slayings was trained, either as a hunter or medically?
4. Describe why a body in the desert mummifies, and why a body in the Arctic stays bacteria free.
5. Describe the potassium eye fluid test.
6. Explain the disparity between Dr. Lee's issued cause of death and Baden's issued cause of death for Dr. Brown.
7. Explain how Baden used the digestive system to determine time of death in the Hendricks case.
8. Explain the circumstances surrounding the finding of Daphne Mellon's vehicle, personal items, and body, and why those findings led to questions.
9. Explain what actually happened to Daphne Mellon.
10. Describe the symptoms of a heroin overdose, and how it kills.
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