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Exam: 501758RR - Legal Professionals and Prosecution
1. An attorney's membership in the American Bar AssociationA. automatically makes him or her a member of his state's bar association.B. isn't required for him/her to practice law.C. is required before taking the bar exam.D. is required only if he or she is a prosecutor.2. Which of the following statements is true regarding conflict of interest?A. Defense attorneys can't represent co-defendants in criminal actions.B. Lawyers have no conflict-of-interest rules.C. Lawyers can accept clients with conflicting interests as long as they follow the Model Rules.D. As long as attorneys can handle themselves professionally, they can represent clients who may have interests that conflict withtheir own.3. A lawyer can ethically reveal the confidences of a client when theA. lawyer must share the information with the prosecutor during a plea bargaining.B. lawyer is convinced the information will help his client's case.C. client consents.D. lawyer discovers the client lied on the stand.4. Ensuring that a defendant receives a fair trial and retains his or her constitutional rights is the primaryethical responsibility of theA. advocate.B. judge.C. defense attorney.D. prosecutor.5. The primary theme of _______ ethics is impartiality.A. judicialB. defense-lawyerC. utilitarianD. prosecutorial6. Which of the following statements regarding judicial behavior is true?A. A judge has no duty to conclude judicial processing with reasonable punctuality.B. The primary theme of judicial ethics is impartiality.C. Judges have the least discretion in interpreting the law and deciding sentences.D. The judiciary doesn't have its own code of ethics.7. During a court case, it was determined that both the litigants and their attorneys had made contributionsto the judge's election campaign. It was therefore ethically essential that theA. attorneys for the litigants demand the judge recuse himself.B. judge recuse himself if he found that the donations hindered his ability to be impartial.C. attorney resign from the case.D. judge recuse himself no matter what.8. Which of the following statements applies to the judicial process?A. A prosecutor should never take steps to avoid allowing false testimony on the stand.B. Specific rules exist concerning when a prosecutor and a judge can discuss an ongoing case without the presence of a defenseattorney.C. A prosecutor can communicate with a defendant outside the presence of the defendant's attorney.D. If the defense files a motion requesting pertinent evidence, a prosecutor must hand it over.9. The American Bar Association's judicial code emphasizes that judges should avoid _______ as well asactual bias.A. the appearance of biasB. the appearance of improprietyC. extrajudicial activities that might cause biasD. accusations of bias10. The American Bar Association recommends all attorneys provide at least _______ hours of pro bonorepresentation each year.A. 100B. 140C. 40D. 5011. Burying an opposing counsel in frivolous discovery paperwork is a violation of ABA Model RuleA. 1.3 Due Diligence.B. 3.3 Candor Toward the Tribunal.C. 1.4 Communication.D. 3.4 Fairness to Opposing Party and Counsel.12. Exculpatory evidence does not need to be divulged toA. the defense.B. the judge.C. the prosecution.D. a grand jury.13. Prosecutor Ray Thomas has discovered that he prosecuted an innocent man. It's now his ethicalresponsibility toA. tell the defense attorney to reopen the case.B. do nothing.C. remedy the conviction.D. apply to the parole board.14. A lawyer's promise to maintain confidentiality may be broken ifA. the information is a matter of public knowledge.B. the lawyer is talking to another lawyer.C. a crime is being committed.D. the senior partner of his or her firm demands it.15. Ethics rules prohibit an attorney from representing a client at a trial when the attorneyA. has other clients with similar issues.B. has a financial stake in the outcome of the trial.C. is related to the client.D. will be called as a witness.16. If an attorney wants to write a book about a case he or she is involved in, that attorneyA. may only use a ghostwriter.B. may not negotiate with a publisher until he or she no longer represents the affected client.C. is prohibited from doing so.D. must include his client as co-author.17. Which of the following statements regarding the action of prosecutors is true?A. A prosecutor must seek justice, not merely a conviction.B. A prosecutor is allowed to pursue charges when there's no probable cause.C. A prosecutor has no duty to the public as a representative of the state.D. A prosecutor is allowed much less discretion than other criminal justice professionals.18. Which of the following statements applies to lawyer-client confidentiality?A. A lawyer can't ethically reveal client confidences for self-defense against an accusation of wrongful conduct.B. A lawyer can ethically reveal client confidences when disclosure is required by law or court order.C. A lawyer can't ethically reveal client confidences even if the client consents.D. A lawyer can ethically reveal client confidences when learning, after the fact, that the client lied on previous testimony to thecourt.19. If the client tells the attorney where the murder weapon is and the attorney goes to check, the attorneymust thenEnd of examA. do nothing.B. tell the judge only but not the police.C. offer the weapon to the police.D. return the weapon to the client and ask him or her not to display the object again.20. It's true that bar associationsA. are well staffed to handle complaints.B. sanction attorneys for ethical violations.C. can't sanction attorneys for ethical violations.D. are only authorized to sanction attorneys for criminal code violations