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The process of nominating presidential candidates is now controlled by A) the public rather than party elites. B) members of the party in Congress. C) the electoral college D) the party chairs
The process of nominating presidential candidates is now controlled by the public rather than party elites.
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Gag orders have been used to A) prohibit one criminal from testifying against another. B) restrict the publication of news about a trial in progress. C) restrict what a juror may say to the press after the trial. D) restrict what evidence must be shown to defense lawyers. E) both c and d.
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Gag orders have been used to restrict the publication of news about a trial in progress.
So, the answer is option B) restrict the publication of news about a trial in progress.

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Please don't post duplicate answers. Thanks.
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The Miranda rule requires that suspects be read their rights before questioning, answer is letter D.

The Miranda rule, which the Supreme Court recognized as a constitutional right in its 1966 decision Miranda v. Arizona, requires that suspects be informed of their Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights "prior to interrogation" if their statements are to be used against them in court.

In essence, to be "Mirandized" is to be "read your rights."




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@sansur: kindly pass the question to another Expert if you don't know or uncertain of the correct answer. Please do not guess, it would be to do a research before providing an answer.
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