AS Law Jury Case Quiz

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AS/ A Level Law Quiz on AS Law Jury Case Quiz, created by Fionnghuala Malone on 04/26/2014.

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Question 1

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What was defined in Bushells Case of 1670?
Answer
  • Jury Independance
  • Impartiality
  • Jury Secrecy
  • Jury Tampering

Question 2

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What case was the first in 350 years to be held without a Jury?
Answer
  • R v West
  • Pontings Case
  • R v Twomney
  • R v Randle and Pottle

Question 3

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What happened in the case of R v Wilson?
Answer
  • A gang was found guilty of carrying out a £1.75m armed robbery at Heathrow
  • A wife of a police officer asked to be excused from Jury service because the defendants were held at her husband's prison.
  • The Jury refused to convict him even though there was no defence
  • Court of appeal rejected a appeal because there was intense media coverage on a case

Question 4

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In the case of Romford Jury, was it true that 9 out of the 12 Jurors came from the same place?
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 5

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In the Ouija Board case, how many Jurors used it?
Answer
  • 3
  • 5
  • 4
  • 7

Question 6

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What is the name for the Ouija Board Case?
Answer
  • R v Young
  • R v West
  • R v Randle and Pottle
  • R v Dickman

Question 7

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Who/what stated :"Juries are the lamp that shows freedom lives" ?
Answer
  • Lord Pottle
  • Hansard
  • Lord Devlin
  • Lord Bushell

Question 8

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What year was Pontings Case?
Answer
  • 1884
  • 1994
  • 1984
  • 1894

Question 9

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Which case is this? : The Jury refused to convict him even though the Judge ruled there was no defence
Answer
  • Pontings Case
  • Bushells Case
  • Pepper v Hart
  • Berriman

Question 10

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What was the outcome in R v Randle and Pottle?
Answer
  • The jury acquitted them - refusing to convict
  • The jury convicted them
  • The courts quashed the case
  • The case was deferred

Question 11

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What is this case? : There was intense media coverage, so the court of appeal rejected the appeal and the judge told the jury to only consider the evidence they had heard in court.
Answer
  • R v West
  • R v Young
  • R v Twomney

Question 12

Question
In the 1992 Survey, what percentage of the public questioned whether Jurors can understand the cases?
Answer
  • 64
  • 22
  • 39
  • 56
  • 71
  • 93
  • 46

Question 13

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What case represents split function of Juries and Jury impartiality?
Answer
  • Bushells Case
  • Pontings Case
  • 1992 Survey
  • R v West

Question 14

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What case represents Majority Verdict and Jury Tampering?
Answer
  • R v Randle and Pottle
  • R v West
  • R v Twomney
  • R v Wilson

Question 15

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R v Wilson represents what?
Answer
  • Jury Challenging - To the array
  • Jury Challenging - For Cause
  • Jury Challenging - To standby

Question 16

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What does the Romford Jury represent?
Answer
  • Jury Challenging - By standby
  • Jury Challenging - To the array
  • Jury Challenging - For cause

Question 17

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What does R v Young represent?
Answer
  • Secrecy
  • Tampering
  • Impartiality
  • Lack of understanding

Question 18

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What does Lord Devlin's quote represent?
Answer
  • Perverse decisions
  • Public confidence
  • Open system of justice
  • Secrecy

Question 19

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What does Pontings Case represent?
Answer
  • Impartiality
  • Equity
  • Open system of justice
  • Tampering

Question 20

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What does R v West represent?
Answer
  • Tampering
  • Perverse decisions
  • Media Influence
  • Open system of justice

Question 21

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What does R v Randle and Pottle represent?
Answer
  • Perverse decisions
  • Tampering
  • Public confidence
  • Equity

Question 22

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What does the 1992 Survey represent?
Answer
  • Open system of justice
  • Lack of understanding
  • Equity
  • Impartiality
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