In which stage of pre-trial procedures is the accused formally charged? A. arraignment B. grand jury C. pretrial motion D. booking

QUESTION POSTED AT 22/01/2020 - 01:57 AM

Answered by admin AT 22/01/2020 - 01:57 AM

Answer:

Option A.

Explanation:

Arraignment, is the right answer.

Arraignment is a well-formed interpretation of an illegal charging record in the proximity of the defendant to notify the defense of the assaults against the appellant. In acknowledgement to arraignment, the accused is assumed to begin a plea. Tolerable pleas differ among authorities, but they usually involve "guilty", "not guilty", and the absolute pleas beginning out ideas why a trial cannot continue

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 11:06 PM

The situation requiring that accused person be told they have " the right to remain silent " stems from

The 5th amendment specifically, and more broadly the bill of rights.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:55 PM

1. According to Islam, with which role did the angel Gabriel charge Muhammed? •caliph •emperor •messenger •Messiah 2. Which answer most precisely describes the location of Mecca and Medina? •Arabian peninsula •holy land and Mesopotamia • north Africa •southwest Asia 3. Why do Muslims consider the Quran sacred? •it is the word of God as revealed to Muhammed. •it gives instructions on the succession of leadership among Muslims. •it records and interprets Islamic law. •it records the efforts of the caliphs to spread Islam.

1- According to Islam, the angel Gabriel charged Muhammed with the role of God's messsenger.

This is affirmed in the Shadada (declaration of Muslim faith): "there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger".

2- The location of Mecca and Medina is in the Arabian Peninsula. Both cities are located in western Saudi Arabia.

3- Muslim consider the Quran sacred because they believe it is the word of God as revealed to Muhammed.

Muslims believe that the Quran is the "eternal and uncreated" word of God, revealed to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 19/02/2020 - 12:19 AM

Many subject peoples began to feel discontent with their imperial masters during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In addition to nationalism, which one of the following reasons best explains why they felt that way? A. colonialism- they wanted the opportunity to carve out overseas colonies and territories B. freedom-they wanted self-rule and independence C. imperialism-they wanted to dominate their neighbors and build their own empires D. communism-they wanted a world in which the workers were in charge

The best answer from the choices is letter B.

B. Freedom-they wanted self-rule and independence

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 03:14 PM

What became the "big stage" for the anti-war movement in 1968? Republican National Convention Washington D.C. Democratic National Convention Berkeley campus demonstrations

The correct option is "Washington D.C."

In the main cities of the United States demonstrations against the Vietnam War are held. In the capital, 50,000 people try to surround the Pentagon to "bombard" it with flowers, but before the opposition of the military police, the demonstrators end up placing many of them in the gun barrels.

The demonstrations against the war, first organized by small associations and parties of the left and later by pacifist associations, grew gradually, in 1967 they reached their highest point, later they came up against the reality in the protests of Chicago, in August 1968 , during the Democratic convention. A year later, more than half a million people went to Washington for the largest anti-war demonstration in the history of the United States.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 02:28 PM

Mark each statement if it correctly describes facts about China during the Sui dynasty. A. Under the Sui dynasty, China entered a golden age. B. The Sui dynasty reunited China in the sixth and seventh centuries by combining existing laws into a single legal code C. The Grand Canal was constructed to unite northern and southern China. D. The Sui united northern and southern China, but the new empire was too big to govern effectively. E. One reason that Chinese peasants were ready to rebel is that the emperor had used them as forced labor to achieve his goals.

The answer would be the B,C and D.

B. The Sui dynasty reunited China in the sixth and seventh centuries by combining existing laws into a single legal code 

C. The Grand Canal was constructed to unite northern and southern China.

D. The Sui united northern and southern China, but the new empire was too big to govern effectively.

ANSWERED AT 18/02/2020 - 02:27 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 02:27 PM

Which of the following statements about Olympe de Gouges is not true? a. She wrote the Declaration of Rights for Men and Women. c. She was sentenced to death by guillotine. b. She was a prominent women’s rights advocate. d. She was arrested for accusing the Jacobins of corruption.

Olympe de Gouges was a radical feminist, all are true but A), she never wrote anything over men however she did right the Declaration of Women's rights.

ANSWERED AT 18/02/2020 - 01:58 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 01:58 PM

Fdr called december 7, 1941 "a date which will live in a. eternity." b. infamy." c. human history." d. history books.

Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt quoted that December 7, 1941 is "a date which will live in (B) infamy." Drop a thanks if this helped!

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 12:12 PM

"Women in the nineteenth century had the responsibilities but not the rights of citizenship." Which statement supports this claim? A. Women had to serve on juries but could not run for office. B. Women had to pay taxes but could not vote. C. Women could be arrested but could not ask for a jury trial. D. Women had to obey the law but could not express their opinions in writing.

Answer:

A is the correct answer.

Explanation:

The 19th Amendment provided the right to vote to American Women. It was ratified on 18th August 1920. It was result of almost a  century of protests. The movement for women's voting rights was launched with Seneca Falls Convention.  The convention demanded for the voting rights of women. The convention was organised by Elizabeth Candy Stanton and Lucretia Mott. These activists lobbied the government and raised public awareness for voting rights to women.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 11:08 AM

· the first Algebra book · development of the Scientific Method · first to describe coronary circulation · first dissection of cadavers All of these are describing advances made by A) Chinese scholars. B) the Ancient Greeks. C) Cambridge University. Eliminate D) Islamic civilizations.

Answer:

D) Islamic civilizations.

Explanation:

The Muslims scholars and intellectuals developed Science and Medicine during the Golden Age, often to advance and flourish as Europe felt for the Medieval Ages.

During the Islamic Golden Age, 8 to 13 AC, the Islamic world developed the Algebra, incorporating the notion of the zero, and developing a method for predicting and validating knowledge later called scientific method.

The Arabs were to continue the works of the Greeks, and they translated and embraced their knowledge passing it later as they conquered some parts like the Iberic penninsula.

Along the development of the Scientific Method, the first major works of medicine included discovery of coronary circulation and dissection of cadavers to study what constituted often something prohibited in European context. The bodies that came to be studied in Renaissance were secretly studied, since the practice was strongly punished.

The scientific study of medicine. made  Muslim scholars gaing rich knowledge of anatomy and for many centuries quite beyond the findings that will reach Europe through the Renaissance.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 10:59 AM

Gorbachev pursued glasnost and perestroika reforms in part because A. the war in Afghanistan had drained the nation’s resources. B. the Soviet Union had already demonstrated superior nuclear capability. C. food surpluses and production increases created stable economic conditions. D. Russian revolutionaries staged a coup to overthrow the communist government.

Gorbachev pursued glasnost and perestroika reforms in part because the war in Afghanistan had drained the nation's resources. So your answer is A. Hope this helped! :)

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 10:19 AM

Which was an important impact of the printing of Gutenberg Bible in 1456? a. the spread of religious reformers' ideas could be stopped b. the accuracy of the Bible's translation could be confirmed c. more people could read and interpret the Bible for themselves d. hand-copied books soon became cheaper than printed copies What purposes and themes were common to the writers Erasmus, More, and Rabelais? a. using the vernacular and rejecting realism b. humanism, education, and social reforms c. promoting justice and valuing organized religion d. ideal societies and how to achieve them How did Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar" reflect central literary themes common throughout the Renaissance? a. it honors the scholarly achievements and cultural glory of a utopian society b. it advocates for political and religious reform through the use of realism c. it explores universal human themes and portrays classical figures and subjects d. it analyzes the politics of achieving political power in empires How did the invention of the printing press encourage secularism? a. Church literature became too expensive for most people b. fewer people were needed to serve in the clergy c. masses became obsolete for the faithful d. people could more easily share ideas that challenged Church teachings How did the writings of Erasmus encourage individualism? a. he urged people to learn Latin so they could understand what scholars wrote b. he stated that people should be able to read and study the Bible on their own c. he advised people to accept what they were taught and not question the Church d. he said that people could only understand Christian ideas if priests explained them Which of the following had to happen in northern Europe before the Renaissance could spread there? a. Church reform b. decline of the middle class c. economic growth d. end of the Holy Roman Empire What best summarizes what caused Renaissance to spread to northern Europe a. Renaissance ideas spread along with Leonardo da Vinci when he worked in Germany b. Renaissance ideas spread when Italian soldiers fought in wars in France c. Renaissance ideas spread through trade between Italy and cities in Flanders d. Renaissance ideas spread when scholars from Paris came to study ruins in Rome Which issues of his society did Erasmus address? Select all that apply 2 pts oppression of the peasants foolish and wrong actions Islamic culture corruption of the Church divine right of the kings

C. more people could read and interpret the Bible for themselves
B
. humanism, education, and social reforms
C. it explores universal human themes and portrays classical figures and subjects
D. people could more easily share ideas that challenged Church teachings
B. he stated that people should be able to read and study the Bible on their own
C. economic growth
C. Renaissance ideas spread through trade between Italy and cities in Flanders
B & D. Foolish and wrong actions and Corruption of the Church
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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 10:17 AM

Which of these BEST explains why Shi Huangdi (259 - 210 BCE) ordered the burning of all books, except for those on medicine, divination, agriculture, and forestry, and ordered the live burial of more than 400 alchemists? A) Ancestor worship required him to help ancestors in the afterlife. B) He was weeding out scholars and writing that might threaten his power. C) The public became angry during a time of family and scapegoated scholars. D) He offered a sacrifice to the gods to seek balance and harmony during instability.

The best and most correct answer among the choices provided by the question is the second choice "He was weeding out scholars and writing that might threaten his power. "


Qin Shi Huang was the founder of the Qin dynasty and was the first emperor of a unified China. He was born Ying Zheng or Zhao Zheng, a prince of the state of Qin.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 07:47 AM

6. (3 pt) Which Muslim empire's capital of Isfahan was grand and well-planned? A. Ottoman Empire B. Safavid Empire C. Mughal Empire

The correct answer is: ( B Safaavid Empired)

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 07:12 AM

Which word is the pronoun that names the speaker in the sentence? We found one more member for the book club.A.we.B.member.C.club.D.one

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 07:11 AM

What would happen if you didnt sit on a jury

If you fail to show up to jury duty a bench warrant may be issued for failure to obey a summon. Basically contempt of court. Next time you are stopped by the police you will be arrested,l taken to lail and probably fined.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 06:10 AM

Which of the following is not a stage of cellular respiration

Fermentation is not a stage of cellular respiration hope it helps

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 05:43 AM

Most of the questions have maps or images to go with them, I answered those but I need help/answers checked on the ones that don't. I need to get a good grade on this so I can finally get out of this stupid online school!!! What was the importance of slave codes? A. They increased the personal freedoms of enslaved African Americans B. They were established as a step toward legal freedoms for African Americans ** C. They increased an owner's control over enslaved African American's behavior D. They allowed for the education of African Americans How did Horace Mann contribute to the reform in education? A. His development of books with raised letters aided in the education of the blind B. His educational philosophy led to a new approach in educating the deaf C. His radical call for classroom equality gave African Americans a chance to get an education D. His pressure on the state legislature provided money to fund new schools and increase teacher's pay How were the lives of children in the middle of the nineteenth century different from previous generations? A. They were working in factories or fields ** B. they were children of professional parents C. They were given the opportunity to go to college D. They were able to read and write Why did Quakers and other religious leaders in the North oppose slavery? A. They believed it was a sin for a person to own another person (?) B. They had many African American followers C. They felt African Americans should be paid fairly for their services D. They thought that slavery did not reflect american values (?) Which of the following was a result of the reform efforts spurred on by the Second Great Awakening of the 1820s? A. Limits were places on the amount of immigrants allowed into the United States B. Women gained the right to vote C. People with mental illness were removed from society and placed in prisons D. The temperance movement got several states to ban the sale of alcohol What complaint did southerners make about William Loyd Garrison in connection with Nat Turner? A. He supplied the weapons Turner used in his revolt B. His leadership of the Underground Railroad gave Turner a way of escape north C. He promoted slave revolts like Turner's with his abolitionist writings D. He encouraged Turner's revolt with his anti-slavery speeches in congress After he was president, which individual described himself as "the acutest, the astutest, and the archest enemy of Southern slavery that ever existed"? A. Andrew Jackson B. John Quincy Adams C. Thomas Jefferson D. Martin Van Buren Which of the following describes the similarities between Emerson's and Thoreau's central beliefs? A. They both lectured on the importance of inner light B. They both believed the human spirit was reflected in nature C. They both considered the rise of cities was hurting the nation D. They both believed the individual decides what's right and wrong Which action would be consistent with a person who believed in civil disobedience? A. A Know-Nothing party member attacking an immigrant B. a conductor on the Underground Railroad guiding escaped slaves C. an angry citizen setting fire to a government building D. a merchant banker who got wealthy by extending credit How were the lives of white people in the North and South alike and different? For the last one, I know how they're different but I'm having trouble seeing how they're alike. I've been studying for this test and I know if I get a 90 or higher my grade will go up! I just need help on these because I need to get that 90 or higher! Thank you!

Radical call for classroom equality gave African Americans a chance to get an education

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QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 04:49 AM

Colonialism is the practice by which a nation-state extends its political and military power beyond its own borders over an extended period of time to secure access to cheap labor, raw materials and better markets. colonialism also has set the stage for

Colonialism also set the stage for the spread of virulent diseasesunequal social relationsexploitationenslavementmedical advances, the creation of new institutions, abolitionism, improved infrastructure, and technological progress. Colonial practices also spur the spread of colonist languages, literature and cultural institutions, while endangering or obliterating those of native peoples. The native cultures of the colonized peoples can also have a powerful influence on the imperial country.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 16/02/2020 - 06:53 PM

The right to a jury trial if the amount of money is over 20$

Yes, that's a true statement. 

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QUESTION POSTED AT 16/02/2020 - 06:16 AM

What best defines the Freeport Doctrine? A.legal counsel and jury trials should be provided for runaway slaves B.Abraham Lincoln's position that he would not interfere with the status of slavery but opposed the extension of slavery C.Stephen Douglas' position that slavery could be excluded from a territory if officials did not pass laws to protect it


The best and most correct answer among the choices provided by your question is the third choice or letter C "Stephen Douglas' position that slavery could be excluded from a territory if officials did not pass laws to protect it"


On August 27, 1858, Freeport was the site of the second Lincoln-Douglas debate, during which Stephen A. Douglas formulated the “ Freeport Doctrine,” in which he argued that a territory had the right to exclude slavery despite contrary U.S. Supreme Court decisions.


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QUESTION POSTED AT 15/02/2020 - 11:57 PM

PLZ HELP! How was the Puritan church involved in the Salem witch trials of the 1690s? The church decided what behavior was against the law. The church helped the accused women defend themselves. The church tried to get the trials moved to England. The church made sure punishments were not too severe.

The correct answer is A) the church decided what behavior was against the law.

The Puritan church was involved in the Salem which trail of 1690 in that the church decided what behavior was against the law.

The Salme which trail happened during 1692 and 1693, in the Massachusetts colony. In those years, almost 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft, something that was forbidden in the colony because people considered that witchcraft was black magic and was against the Puritans religious principles. Twenty people were executed. In the end, it was admitted that people developed paranoia and those executions were a mistake. Families of the deceased were compensated. The Puritan church was involved in the Salem which trail of 1690 in that the church decided what behavior was against the law.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 15/02/2020 - 10:48 PM

What was the Teapot Dome scandal? a Harding’s Attorney General Harry Daugherty committed suicide. b Harding’s head of the Veterans Bureau Charles Forbes was convicted of embezzlement. c Harding’s Attorney General Harry Daugherty was accused of influence peddling. d Harding’s Interior Secretary Albert Fall was accused of leasing government- owned oilfields to private business without allowing competitive bids. e Harding’s Secretary of Agriculture Henry C. Wallace was accused of handing over farmland to a mining company.

The correct answer among all the other choices is option D. Harding’s Interior Secretary Albert Fall was accused of leasing government- owned oilfields to private business without allowing competitive bids. This is the Teapot Dome scandal. Thank you for posting your question. I hope this answer helped you. Let me know if you need more help. 

ANSWERED AT 09/02/2020 - 08:01 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 09/02/2020 - 08:01 PM

Which person would be included in the "100 percent American" group? Select one: a. the Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan b. the editor of The Crisis magazine c. the chief of the Seminoles d. the president of the NAACP

a. the Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan

The 100 Percent American group is a nativist group who promoted the idea of what it means to be an American. They believed that white people with western European origins (original settlers) were the rightful Americans.

Nativist groups were against immigrants, blacks, Jews, Catholics, and other minority groups. They used methods of intimidation and violence in an effort to limit the power and say of these groups. The KKK is an example of a group that organized around the ideas of nativism and promoted what they believed to be the traits of "true" Americans.

ANSWERED AT 09/02/2020 - 08:00 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 09/02/2020 - 08:00 PM