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Section 1983, which is also called the Civil Rights Act, was designed to: (Points : 2)
It was originally passed shortly after the Civil War to provide a legal remedy for former slaves whose civil rights were being violated, particularly by members of the Ku Klux Klan as well as state officials, [ Section 1983 does not create any new civil rights. Read more: ]
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User: Section 1983, which is also called the Civil Rights Act, was designed to: (Points : 2)

Weegy: It was originally passed shortly after the Civil War to provide a legal remedy for former slaves whose civil rights were being violated, particularly by members of the Ku Klux Klan as well as state officials, [ Section 1983 does not create any new civil rights. Read more: ]
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User: Although investigators remain detached and objective: (Points : 2) They are intimately involved with the suffering of the victim(s) They at times allow the feelings and needs of the victim to dictate the course of a crime investigation They stay out of the way of the crime victims They are intimately involved with every aspect of the case

Weegy: Although investigators remain detached and objective:They are intimately involved with every aspect of the case.
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User: Law enforcement agencies are experimenting with ways to measure investigative productivity for the purpose of: (Points : 2) Determining the optimal case assignment load Determining what factors are needed to solve crimes Reducing the number of crimes assigned for investigation that cannot be solved All of these

Weegy: Determining what factors are needed to solve crimes
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User: A felony is: (Points : 2) A lesser severe crime punishable by less than a year in jail A serious crime, punishable by death or imprisonment of more than a year in a penitentiary A process for the civil torts A crime against civil procedures

Weegy: A felony is a serious crime, punishable by death or imprisonment of more than a year.
Expert answered|Mikee7|Points 161|

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