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To be convicted of a crime under U.S. laws, the prosecution

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To be convicted of a crime under U.S. laws, the prosecution typically must prove the case against the defendant:
A. By preponderance of the evidence
B. By clear on convincing evidence
C. Beyond a reasonable doubt.
D. None of the above
Submitted: 5 years ago.
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Expert:  Attorney_Joseph replied 5 years ago.

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Which of the following is FALSE about contracts pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code?
A. A UCC contract must have a clear and precise price term initially in the contract for it to be valid.
B. A merchant's firm offer can be valid and enforceable even without the payment of consideration.
C. Adittional terms in an acceptance will as general rule not render the acceptance invalid.
D. The UCC requires as a general rule a writting for contracts for the sales of goods $500 or more in price.
Expert:  Attorney_Joseph replied 5 years ago.
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