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Choose the answer that best completes the chart, categorizing this group of amendments. a. Civil War Amendments c. Vietnam War Amendments b. Women’s Suffrage Amendments d. Bill of Rights
The answer is a. Civil War Amendments.
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User: Choose the answer that best completes the chart, categorizing this group of amendments. a. Civil War Amendments c. Vietnam War Amendments b. Women’s Suffrage Amendments d. Bill of Rights

Weegy: The answer is a. Civil War Amendments.
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User: This is an agreement between all parties that the defendant pleads guilty to a lesser crime. a. plea bargaining c. sentence b. arraignment d. indictment

Weegy: Plea bargaining is an agreement between all parties that the defendant pleads guilty to a lesser crime.
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