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Justice Quizzes & Trivia

Justice for all – that’s what most people believe in. Although justice means different things to everyone, most take it to mean that all humans are created equally, that our civil rights will not be infringed upon, and that crime will be answered by punishment.
 
Justice is based on several philosophical ideas including moral consciousness, law and religion. Several philosophers have debated the meaning of justice. Do you know the name of Plato’s seminal teaching on Justice? While some believe that the Supreme Court is the final say on Justice, others believe that the ultimate judgment is handed down by God. Are you a Scholar of Justice? Test whether you are just and true by taking on our challenging quizzes.

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These are the some questions which will tell you that whether you are more on care or justice. There is no right or wrong thing. The scores on your questionnaire show how strongly you prefer one or another of two major styles for...

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    Which of the following statements is worse to you?
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    What type of memory is eyewitness memory?
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    Which of the following is NOT a Mala Prohibita crime.
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Final Exam for Justice class

Questions: 28  |  Attempts: 130   |  Last updated: Mar 21, 2022
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    The professional courtroom actors, including judes, prosecuting attorneys, defense attorneys, public defenders, and others who earn a living serving the court
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    According to the “Durham Rule” approved by Federal appeals Judge David Baselon in 1954, the accused offender is not responsible for an offense if: 
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