The Justice System

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The Justice System

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Question 1
If you can’t afford to pay for a lawyer when you are charged with a crime…?
A
You must represent yourself
B
You will have to borrow the money
C
You will be found guilty
D
You will be provided with one
Question 2
In which of these situations can you turn to the police for help?
A
All of them
B
If there’s been an accident
C
If you have witnessed a crime
D
If someone is missing
Question 3
Who are the federal police in Canada?
A
CSIS
B
The Canadian Rangers
C
The RCMP
D
The Canadian Army
Question 4
Which provinces have their own police forces?
A
British Columbia and Manitoba
B
Prince Edward Island and Saskatchewan
C
Alberta and Nova Scotia
D
Ontario and Québec
Question 5
The Canadian government must respect every citizen’s legal rights…?
A
At all times
B
Unless they admit guilt
C
Except in emergencies
D
When convenient
Question 6
Canadian law applies to everyone, except…?
A
There are no exceptions
B
Judges
C
Police officers
D
Members of Parliament
Question 7
Whose role is it to settle disagreements or conflicts?
A
The police force’s
B
The municipality’s
C
The city government’s
D
The court’s
Question 8
Whose job is it to enforce the laws of Canada?
A
Police
B
Court
C
Judge
D
MP
Question 9
Who makes the laws in Canada?
A
The Sovereign
B
The police
C
The legislature
D
The courts
Question 10
Small Claims Courts deal with what?
A
Civil cases
B
Traffic offences
C
Divorces
D
Minor crime
Question 11
The highest court in Canada is what?
A
The Federal Court
B
The Queen’s Bench
C
The Provincial Supreme Court
D
The Supreme Court
Question 12
The purpose of Canadian law is to do what?
A
Give order to society
B
All these things
C
Help settle disputes
D
To express Canadian values and beliefs
Question 13
The basis of the Canadian justice system is what?
A
The balance of probabilities
B
The presumption of innocence
C
The presumption of guilt
D
The burden of proof
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