Criminal Procedure: Adjudication Quiz Stats

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Holding Case Name % Correct
The Sixth Amendment right to counsel for indigent defendants applies to the states via the Fourteenth AmendmentGideon v. Wainwright
78.4%
Prosecutors must turn over 'material' exculpatory evidenceBrady v. Maryland
74.5%
Incorporated the Sixth Amendment right to a jury trial to the states via the Fourteenth AmendmentDuncan v. Louisiana
72.5%
Criminal defendants have SIxth Amendment right to effective assistance of counselStrickland v. Washington
70.6%
Race can not be the motivating factor behind striking an individual from a jury with a peremptory challengeBatson v. Kentucky
68.6%
Holding a defendant without bail on a finding that they were 'dangerous' does not violate Due ProcessUnited States v. Salerno
66.7%
Courts consider four factors in determining a defendant's speedy trial rightsBarker v. Wingo
64.7%
The Federal Sentencing Guidelines are advisory, not mandatoryUnited States v. Booker
62.7%
The right to counsel for an indigent defendant is violated only if that defendant was sentenced to jail and not represented Argersinger v. Hamlin
56.9%
Two offenses are not 'the same offense' for double jeopardy purposes if they require proof of a different fact than each otherBlockburger v. United States
54.9%
Requiring defendants to supply the prosecution with notice of alibi witnesses does not violate Due Process or the Fifth Amendment right against self incriminationWilliams v. Florida
52.9%
The government must stay true to the terms of a plea bargain, including keeping any promises made thereinSantobello v. New York
52.9%
Minority groups cannot be systematically or completely excluded from the jury poolDuren v. Missouri
52.9%
Promising not to bring a more severe charge in exchange for a plea bargain to a lesser charge is permissibleBordenkircher v. Hayes
49%
Federal Rules of Evidence do not apply in federal grandy jury proceedingsCostello v. United States
47.1%
Holding Case Name % Correct
Prosecutors are under no duty to present exculpatory evidence to the grand juryUnited States v. Williams
47.1%
Jury verdicts in state criminal trials do not need to be unanimous to comport with the Sixth AmendmentApodaca v. Oregon
47.1%
The accused has a Sixth Amendment right to represent himselfFaretta v. California
47.1%
Conviction or trial of an insane individual violates Due ProcessPate v. Robinson
45.1%
The use of a prior conviction, where the defendant was without counsel, in a sentencing determination for a second conviction does not violate the right to counsel United States v. Nichols
45.1%
A guilty plea must represent a voluntary and intelligent decision on the part of the defendant who understands he is giving up constituional rightsBoykin v. Alabama
45.1%
A jury in a criminal trial must consist of at least 6 people in order to satisfy Due ProcessBallew v. Georgia
45.1%
A mistrial will not bar a retrial on double jeopardy grounds unless the mistrial is a result of the prosecutor and it is found that the prosecutor did so with the intent to cause aOregon v. Kennedy
41.2%
Non-capital sentencing only has to be 'proportional' - that is, rationally related to the crime - California's 3-strikes law is constitutionalEwing v. California
39.2%
Capital sentencing must look to evolving standards of decency and a strict proportionality test - Execution of juveniles is unconstitutionalRoper v. Simmons
39.2%
Plea wiring is permissible as long as it represents a knowing and voluntary decision on behalf of the defendantUnited States v. Pollard
37.3%
Multiple representation of criminal defendants is not unconstitutional unless an actual conflict is shown and that conflict negatively impacts the defendant's representationCuyler v. Sullivan
37.3%
An acquittal or dismissal on the merits bars a retrial because of double jeopardyFong Foo v. United States
37.3%
A criminal defendant can be tried for the same offense in two states, or one state and the federal system without offending double jeopardyHeath v. Alabama
37.3%
A criminal defendant cannot retain a portion of otherwise forefeited funds to retain counsel of his choiceCaplin & Drysdale v. United States
23.5%

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