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The following questions concern your attitudes about courts and law in the United States. (1 is extremely unlikely, 10 is almost certain.)
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*For cases in local or state courts in which the government is not a party, the outcome is most likely to be determined by:
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The evidence and legal merits of the case.
The bias of the judge or jury.
The skills of the attorneys.
How well connected are the attorneys or parties.
Which side runs out of money first.
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*For cases in local or state courts in which the government is a party, the outcome is most likely to be determined by:

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The evidence and legal merits of the case.
The bias of the judge or jury.
The skills of the attorneys.
How well connected are the attorneys or parties.
Which side runs out of money first.
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*For cases in federal trial courts in which the government is not a party, the outcome is most likely to be determined by:
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The evidence and legal merits of the case.
The bias of the judge or jury.
The skills of the attorneys.
How well connected are the attorneys or parties.
Which side runs out of money first.
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*For cases in federal appellate courts in which the government is not a party, the outcome is most likely to be determined by:
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The evidence and legal merits of the case.
The bias of the judge or jury.
The skills of the attorneys.
How well connected are the attorneys or parties.
Which side runs out of money first.
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*For cases in federal trial courts in which the government is a party, the outcome is most likely to be determined by:
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The evidence and legal merits of the case.
The bias of the judge or jury.
The skills of the attorneys.
How well connected are the attorneys or parties.
Which side runs out of money first.
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*For cases in federal appellate courts in which the government is a party, the outcome is most likely to be determined by:
12345678910
The evidence and legal merits of the case.
The bias of the judge or jury.
The skills of the attorneys.
How well connected are the attorneys or parties.
Which side runs out of money first.
The following questions concern the method of selecting and retaining judges.
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*At the state trial level, judges should be selected by:
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*At the state appellate level, judges should be selected by:
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*Federal judges, both trial and appellate, should be chosen by:
The following questions concern attitudes toward judicial doctrines and practices.
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*Authorization to practice law should be controlled by
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*When should a precedent you find wrong, by original understanding, after deep reflection, be followed?
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*Grand juries should be chosen
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*Direct complaints from the public to the grand jury should be
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*Prosecution of an indictment should be conducted
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*States should establish a grand jury (nullification commission) to hear citizen complaints about federal usurpations of authority, and if it finds no authority, to trigger a statewide civil disobedience to such usurpation.
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*When should legal arguments be made to a jury, excluding arguments on matters of administration of the trial or evidence admission?
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*Should standing be denied to a party seeking declaratory or equitable relief in a private prosecution of a public right if the party does not show personal injury if the relief is not granted?
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*The prerogative writs, such as quo warranto and habeas corpus, with the burden of proof on the respondent rather than on the demandant, should be
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*Plea bargains in exchange for testimony should be
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Actions in Intervention should be (multiple answers)
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