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The stipulation requiring that accused persons be told they have "the right to remain silent" stems from
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User: The stipulation requiring that accused persons be told they have "the right to remain silent" stems from

Weegy: The stipulation requiring that accused persons be told they have "the right to remain silent" stems from Miranda v. Arizona.




User: 9. Supreme Court Justices are appointed for a term of A. 14 years. B. life. C. 6 years. D. 2 years.

Weegy: The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest court in the United States.Once appointed, justices have life tenure unless they resign, retire, or are removed after impeachment. The answer is B. Life
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User: 10. Which of the following choices best represents the organization of the executive branch of government? A. President, executive departments, individual federal agencies B. Senate, president, legislature C. President, Supreme Court, Congress D. Congress, bicameral, judicial

Weegy: D. President, executive departments, individual federal agencies.
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User: 11. If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, who takes over as president? A. President pro tempore of the Senate B. Speaker of the House C. Attorney general D. Secretary of state

Weegy: If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, The Speaker of the House takes over as president.



User: 12. To force a bill out of committee, a/an _______ petition must be signed by a majority of the representatives. A. discharge B. calendar C. release D. amendment

Weegy: To force a bill out of committee, a discharge petition must be signed by a majority of the representatives.



User: 13. If you're a member of the U.S. Navy, your organization is part of the A. Department of the Interior. B. Department of Transportation. C. Department of Commerce. D. Department of Defense.

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If you're a member of the U.S. Navy, your organization is part of the Department of Defense.
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8. Which of these federal policing agencies is part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury? A. The Secret Service B. Federal Emergency Management Agency C. The National Guard D. The Federal Bureau of Investigation
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The Secret Service was part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
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9. Which of the following is not an authoritarian form of government? A. Absolute monarchy B. Dictatorship C. Totalitarianism D. Direct democracy
Weegy: D. Direct democracy is not an authoritarian form of government. User: 10. The result of the Battle of Bunker Hill was a/an A. inconclusive end. B. unqualified British victory. C. narrow victory for the Americans. D. clear victory for the Americans. Weegy: The result of the Battle of Bunker Hill was a unqualified British victory. So the best answer is letter B. unqualified British victory. User: 11. Imagine that you're a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses. You've submitted a proposal for a law that requires colonial inspectors to place grades on different qualities of harvested tobacco. The law passes, but you know it won't go into effect until it's approved by A. the king's Privy Council. B. the Church of England. C. a popular election. D. the appointed governor of Virginia. Weegy: A. the appointed governor of Virginia. User: 12. If you had come to America to practice your Quaker religious beliefs, chances are you would have settled in A. Virginia. B. New Jersey. C. Pennsylvania. D. New England. Weegy: If you had come to America to practice your quaker religious beliefs chances are you would have settled in Pennslyvania. [ ] User: 13. In England, people associate the acceptance of their Bill of Rights with the reign of A. Edward I. B. James II. C. William and Mary. D. King John. (More)
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In England, people associate the acceptance of their Bill of Rights with the reign of William and Mary.
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11. The governmental body responsible for interpreting the Constitution is the A. House of Representatives. B. Senate. C. Supreme Court. D. president.
Weegy: The governmental body responsible for interpreting the Constitution is the A. Supreme Court. User: 12. The original purpose of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 was to A. develop the principle of states' rights. B. revise the Articles of Confederation. C. solve the slavery issue. D. elect the first president of the United States. Weegy: Original purpose of Constituional Convention of 1787 was C. revise the articles of Confederation User: 13. The purpose of the Constitution is presented in the A. Bill of Rights. B. Articles. C. Preamble. D. Amendments. (More)
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The purpose of the Constitution is presented in the Preamble.
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3. If you're a member of the U.S. Navy, your organization is part of the
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14. Suppose a bill arrives on the desk of the president of the United States. It originated in the Senate. He decides on a pocket veto. This will be possible for him only if A. Congress is about to adjourn. B. the House still has the bill in committee. C. the Senate is in recess, but about to convene. D. the House has not passed the Senate bill.
Weegy: Answer is A. Congress is about to adjourn. User: 15. The system of checks and balances failed under Andrew Jackson when he A. acted against a ruling of the Supreme Court. B. failed to repeal the Patriot Act. C. declared war without a declaration of war from Congress. D. passed the Wagner Act. Weegy: The system of checks and balances failed under Andrew Jackson when he: D. acted against a ruling of the Supreme Court. User: 16. In states, cities, and townships, traffic courts are courts of limited A. jurisdiction. B. pleas. C. claims. D. appeal. Weegy: Answer: D. Jurisdiction User: 17. Why did Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts redraw the congressional districts in his state? A. To get a president elected B. To give each major party fair representation C. To give his party unfair political advantage D. To get elected to the Senate Weegy: Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts redrew the congressional districts in his state: To give his party unfair political advantage. User: 18. The _______ form of city government merges executive and legislative functions in a single group of officials. A. city manager B. township C. mayor-council D. commission Weegy: The COMMISSION form of city government merges executive and legislative functions in a single group of officials. User: 19. The right to remain silent when arrested or interrogated is guaranteed under A. the Fifth Amendment. B. the First Amendment. C. Roe v. Wade. D. Marbury v. Arizona. Weegy: The right to remain silent when arrested or interrogated is guaranteed under the FIFTH AMENDMENT. User: 20. One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions A. can't be amended. B. don't have bills of rights. C. are much longer. D. don't provide for a legislature. (More)
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One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions are much longer.
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