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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. On investigation, what did the Claus defense team find about Dr. Worthington?
(a) He was the murderer.
(b) He was a lover of Claus.
(c) He was a lover of Sunny.
(d) He had not completed college.

2. What did the funeral director miss when preparing the body for funeral?
(a) The bruises on his neck.
(b) A stab wound in the neck.
(c) A gunshot wound in the back.
(d) The bruises on his ribs.

3. What does Baden believe killed Gail Morris?
(a) Heroin overdose.
(b) A blow to the head.
(c) Alcohol overdose.
(d) A gun shot wound.

4. What does Baden claim about the "cardiorespiratory arrest" cause of death issued for Joseph?
(a) It assumes murder.
(b) It is a wastebasket diagnosis.
(c) It is an accurate diagnosis.
(d) It assumes no unnatural cause.

5. How did Jerald Sklar claim Catherine Fried had killed her husband?
(a) By poisoning him.
(b) By strangling him with a telephone cord.
(c) By stabbing him.
(d) By sitting on a pillow over his face.

Short Answer Questions

1. How did Baden know Fried's death was not suicide by overdose?

2. Where was the body of Daphne Mellon found?

3. How does Baden discover time of death in the Hendricks case?

4. Who watched the autopsy of Jaroslawicz?

5. What was the cause of death for Robert, the Sutton Place Banker found tied to a bed?

Short Essay Questions

1. Explain how Baden knew the hostages were killed by the guards.

2. Explain the circumstances surrounding the finding of Daphne Mellon's vehicle, personal items, and body, and why those findings led to questions.

3. Describe how the development of maggots helped determine time of death in the case of Gail Morris.

4. How did Baden know the killer in the Buffalo slayings was trained, either as a hunter or medically?

5. Explain how the defense for Hendricks tried to argue the digestive system argument, and Baden's counter argument.

6. What are possible motives given for Joseph Christopher's killing spree?

7. Why did Jerald Sklar confess to police his knowledge and his crimes, and what was the result?

8. How did Baden know Paul Fried had not committed suicide?

9. Explain the disparity between Dr. Lee's issued cause of death and Baden's issued cause of death for Dr. Brown.

10. Explain the three themes of Baden's affidavit in the case of Claus von Bulow.

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