Ashford BUS 311 Week 1 Quiz Solution
BUS 311 Week 1 Quiz
WEEK 1 QUIZ QUESTIONS :
Martha Stewart’s problems with criminal law began when she was investigated for:
Congress’s authority to make laws prohibiting discrimination in employment comes from the:
If a state enacted a law that made it illegal to sing the national anthem of other countries, such a law would violate the ______ of the U.S. Constitution.
A landmark case involving the prosecution of a corporation for homicide was brought against which company?
Notice of a lawsuit is generally accomplished through a procedure known as:
In the case Labaj v. VanHouten, a business was found liable because it was foreseeable that a guard dog might injure a person it did not know. This illustrates:
The federal law known as RICO was originally intended to deal with what type of crime?
Elected law-making bodies are known as:
Aaron, an avid football fan, gets a black eye when he attends a game between the Packers and the Giants. While he was waiting for a beer, an attempted field goal hit the upright, bounced off, and hit him in the face. If Aaron sues for negligence, he will probably
The federal trial court is called the:
Note: This entire class includes online quizzes, discussions, assignments, course projects, and online exams.