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26. If, after hearing both sides, the court ……… that the grounds for the confinement are illegal, the
petitioner ……………… .
a. finds, is released
b. will find, is released
c. has found, had been released
d. found, will be released
27. If I had known what an open-ended question is, I …………………... my last exam.
a. will pass
b. would pass
c. will have passed
d. would have passed
28. If you were such a good lawyer, your arguments …………………... in the present situation.
a. will hold up
b. would hold up
c. would held up
d. would had held up
29. If you …………... the devil’s advocate and ……………. some exceptions to the
lawyers’argument, we could have won our last case.
a. have played, (have) found
b. play, find
c. would have played, (would have) found
d. had played, (had) found
30. If you ………... journalists covering the Supreme Court, what would you write in a murder case
article?
a. are
b. were
c. had been
d. have been
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31. If the defendant were found guilty, the jury ………………… the appropriate sentence, a life term
or death.
a. will then determine
b. would then determine
c. might then determine
d. would then have determined
32. If the sentence of death for rape ………... the Eighth Amendment, the rapist may receive a life
sentence.
a. violates
b. is violated
c. will violate
d. has violated
33. Judges ……… the authority to hold journalists in contempt of court, if reporters ……... to comply
with an order to reveal the identity of unnamed sources.
a. had, refused
b. have, refuse
c. have, would refuse
d. have, will have refused
34. If the grand jury …………… its proceedings in secret, requiring a journalist to reveal confidential
sources would have been considered prosecutorial abuse.
a. had conducted
b. has conducted
c. conducted
d. would have conducted
35. If a journalist’s source is engaged in illegal activities and ……… that the journalist could be
required to identify him/her, the source …………... hesitant to talk.
a. knew, would be
b. knows, will be
c. is known, will be
d. will know, will be
36. If reporters ……………. to identify their confidential sources before a grand jury, the press will
not truly be free.
a. will be forced
b. must be forced
c. are forced
d. can be forced
37. Unless you …………. things out, we shall have to go to court.
a. don’t work
b. work
c. will work
d. won’t work
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38. If the pedestrian …………………... by a policeman, the former should have made a complaint to
the nearest police station.
a. had been assaulted
b. is assaulted
c. will be assaulted
d. were assaulted
39. If the journalist’s story …………… criminal activity, he would have reported it.
a. has involved
b. involves
c. had involved
d. will involve
40. If a prosecutor …………………... a grand jury investigation in bad faith, journalists might have a
right to refuse to reveal their sources.
a. were conducting
b. is conducting
c. had been conducting
d. will be conducting
41. You had better .................... your crimes right now, when you still have a chance.
a. to confess
b. confessing
c. confess
d. confessed
42. I would rather .......... the rest of my life in jail than confess to a crime I did not commit.
a. spend
b. to spend
c. spending
d. spent
43. He made me .............. all my charges, threatening me with a gun.
a. to drop
b. drop
c. dropping
d. to have dropped
44. He let me .............. which option was the best for my difficult situation.
a. decide
b. deciding
c. to decide
d. being to decide
45. Let’s ............. a short coffee break and decide afterwards.
a. taking
b. to take
c. took
d. take
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46. Why not ................. your case later, when we have further information.
a. to discuss
b. shall we discuss
c. discuss
d. discussing
47. He is far too unexperienced ……………......... to chief justice.
a. to being promoted
b. to be promoted
c. to has been promoted
d. being promoted
48. The police are said ………………………. on this case for many months, without any results so
far.
a. to be working
b. to have been working
c. to had worked
d. to being working
49. Apparently criminals tend ……………... to the scene of the crime.
a. to have returned
b. returning
c. to be returned
d. to return
50. The Court is thought …………... unjustly……………. him to 10 years in prison, without any
possibility of parole.
a. to …. sentence
b. to have … sentenced
c. to having … sentenced
d. to being … sentenced
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