Justice Quiz


1.What is Social Justice?

__a. Promotes fairness and equity across many aspects of society.

__b. Justice in terms of distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society.

__c. Justice that depends on four essential goals: human rights, access, participation and equity.

__d. All of the above

2. What is Distributive Justice?

__a. Distributive Justice concerns the socially just allocation of resources.

__b. Distributive Justice assures members in society of a basic level of goods, and equal opportunity to acquire more goods and receive the amount of goods for same amount of work.

__c. Distributive justice has been applied to a society when focus is on the acquisition of goods.

__d. All of the above

3. What is Poetic Justice?

__a. Poetic Justice is the fact of experiencing a fitting or deserved retribution for one’s actions.

__b. Poetic Justice is a legal principle describing legal processes characterized by openness and transparency.

__c. Poetic Justice is a concept on ethics and law that means the people behave in a way that is fair, equal and balanced for everyone.

__d. None of the above

4. What is Organizational Justice?

__a. Organizational Justice can include issues related to fair pay, equal opportunities for promotion, and personnel selection procedures.

__b. Organizational Justice focus on how employees judge the behavior of the organization.

__c. Organizational Justice refers to employee perceptions of fairness in the workplace.

__d. All of the above

5. What is Criminal Justice?

__a. Criminal justice is the structure of laws, rules and agencies designed to hold criminals accountable for the misdeeds.

__b. Criminal Justice is pertaining to judgment in courts of justice or to the administration of justice.

__c. Criminal Justice is a process through which parties with a stake in a specific offence collectively resolve how to deal with the aftermath of the of offence.

__d. None of the above

6. What are the three main components of the criminal justice system:

__a. Judge, jury, jail

__b. Police, policies, protection

__c. Law enforcement, courts and correction

__d. None of the above

7. Who has the most power in a court room?

__a. Prosecutor

__b. Judge

__c. Defendant

__d. District attorney

8. Are police officers protected (given immunity) when they murder people?

__a. Law enforcement officers are entitled to qualified immunity when their actions do not violate a clearly established statutory or constitutional right.

__b. No

__c. In most cases

__d. Depends on the Jury’s verdict

9. Do judges have qualified immunity?

__a. Judges, prosecutors, legislators and some other government officials do not receive qualified immunity, most are protected by other immunity doctrines.

__b. Yes

__c. Always

__d. In most cases

10. Can a law enforcement officer’s body camera tape be used in court?

__a. Yes

__b. Prosecutors and defense attorneys alike can show officer’s interactions with victims, witnesses, and defendants from the footage on the camera.

__c. Law enforcement agencies that implemented body-worn cameras do not allow the public to see the tapes from the body cameras.

__d. All of the above




Answers:

1. D (all of the above)

2. D (all of the above)

3. A (Poetic Justice is the fact of experiencing a fitting or deserved retribution for one’s actions).

4. D (all the above)

5. A (Criminal justice is the structure of laws, rules and agencies designed to hold criminals accountable for the misdeeds).

6. C (law enforcement, courts and correction).

7. A (Prosecutor)

8.A (Law enforcement officers are entitled to qualified immunity when their actions do not violate a clearly established statutory or constitutional right).

9. A (Judges, prosecutors, legislators and some other government officials do not receive qualified immunity, most are protected by other immunity doctrines).

10.D (All of the above)



















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