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9 How a Bill becomes a Law The Art of Debating Types of Court Civil & Criminal Cases The People’s Court Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six

10 Topic 1 A bill first starts off as a _____________ by a citizen. Show Answer

11 Topic 1 idea Back to Board

12 Topic 1 If the Representatives agree with a citizen’s idea, they research the ideas and write them into a _______. Show Answer

13 Topic 1 bill Back to Board

14 Topic 1 Only Representatives can introduce bills in the U.S. _______of________. Show Answer

15 Topic 1 House of Representatives Back to Board

16 Topic 1 ________of the House sends the bill to one of the House standing committees Show Answer

17 Topic 1 Speaker Back to Board

18 Topic 1 If a majority of the Representatives say or select yes, the bill passes in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill is delivered to the U.S. Senate. If a majority of the Senators say “yea,” the bill passes in the U.S. Senate and is ready to go to the ___________________. Show Answer

19 Topic 1 President Back to Board

20 Topic 2 ________use the art of debate in courts of law. Show Answer

21 Topic 2 Litigators or Attorneys Back to Board

22 Topic 2 Debating is an effective way to develop public ____________ skills. Show Answer

23 Topic 2 speaking Back to Board

24 Topic 2 Debates are not intended to be ______________. Show Answer

25 Topic 2 combative argumentative warlike Back to Board

26 Topic 2 _______is an essential component in debating. Show Answer

27 Topic 2 research Back to Board

28 Topic 2 3 Components of a debate Show Answer

29 Topic 2 Opening (Introduction) Rebuttals Closing Back to Board

30 Topic 3 There are 2 basic court systems in the United States Show Answer

31 Topic 3 State Federal Back to Board

32 Topic 3 Every _______ has its own constitution and laws. Show Answer

33 Topic 3 state Back to Board

34 Topic 3 The vast majority of cases both civil and criminal are dealt with on the _______ level. Show Answer

35 Topic 3 State Back to Board

36 Topic 3 _______ courts hear cases involving laws that apply to the whole country. Show Answer

37 Topic 3 Federal Back to Board

38 Topic 3 Appeal and supreme courts do not have a _______. Instead cases are decided by panels of ________. Show Answer

39 Topic 3 jury judges Back to Board

40 Topic 4 _____________ are places where legal cases are heard. Show Answer

41 Topic 4 courts Back to Board

42 Topic 4 Name 2 types of cases Show Answer

43 Topic 4 Civil cases Criminal cases Back to Board

44 Topic 4 ___________ cases are brought by the government against people accused of breaking the law. Show Answer

45 Topic 4 Criminal Back to Board

46 Topic 4 __________ cases are brought by one party against the other. Show Answer

47 Topic 4 Civil Back to Board

48 Topic 4 If you drive your care recklessly into the back of someone, you would go to _________ court. If you signed a contract and broke it, the person might sue you in ______ court. Show Answer

49 Topic 4 Criminal Civil Back to Board

50 Topic 5 If you were accused of a crime like burglary, you would be given a _______ attorney to examine all the evidence against you. Show Answer

51 Topic 5 defense attorney Back to Board

52 Topic 5 The _________ attorney represents the state and tries to convince the jury that you are guilty. Show Answer

53 Topic 5 prosecuting Back to Board

54 Topic 5 _______ makes sure everything that happens in court follows the rules set down in the law. Show Answer

55 Topic 5 Judge Back to Board

56 Topic 5 The prosecuting attorney has to present __________ that ties the defendant to the crime. Show Answer

57 Topic 5 Evidence or proof Back to Board

58 Topic 5 Which is an opinion about the American justice system. 1.The Constitution grants too many rights to criminal defendants. 2.A prosecuting attorney is not allowed to manufacture evidence. 3.A judge must make sure the court proceedings follow the law. 4.In a criminal trial, all twelve jurors have to agree on a verdict. Show Answer

59 Topic 5 1.The Constitution grants too many rights to criminal defendants. Back to Board

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61 Which is never present in a civil trial? 1.Jury 2.Judge 3.Defendant 4.Prosecuting Attorney Show Answer

62 4. Prosecuting Attorney To End

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