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The key terms of this chapter include Supreme Court, Federal Court, U.S Government, Congress’s Website, Internet, Criminal Prosecutions.


Archived audio recordings and text of Supreme Court oral arguments from 1955 onward are found on​

a. ​Google Scholar.

b. ​The Oyez Project.- correct

c. ​FindLaw.

d. ​None of these choices is correct.


Information about lawsuits recently filed in federal court can be found in which of the following?

a. ​Google Scholar

b. ​The Oyez Project

c. ​Case dockets on a state court website – correct

d. ​None of these choices is correct.


The official online portal to U.S. government information is which of the following?​

a. ​www.usa.gov – correct

b. ​www.usalaw.gov

c. ​www.usarules.gov

d. ​www.unitedstates.gov


Which of the following can be found on the Library of Congress’s website?​

a. ​A daily congressional digest

b. ​A link to the Law Library of Congress

c. ​The full text of laws passed by Congress

d. ​All of these choices are correct.- correct


Which of the following is not likely to be found on the Internet for free?​

a. ​Legal encyclopedias

b. ​Treatises

c. ​Law review articles

d. ​Legal encyclopedias and treatises – correct

e. ​Legal encyclopedias and law review articles


______ indexes the content of databases that make themselves available to Google.​

a. ​Google Scholar – correct

b. ​Google Legal Aid

c. ​Google Encyclopedia

d. ​Google Search


Which of the following cannot be found on the Library of Congress’s website?​

a. ​A daily congressional digest

b. ​A link to the Law Library of Congress

c. ​The full text of laws passed by Congress

d. ​None of these choices is correct. – correct


Which of the following can be found on the U.S. Department of Justice’s website?​

a. ​Information on federal criminal prosecutions – correct

b. ​Information on the enforcement of the federal laws of civil rights

c. ​Information on employment discrimination

d. ​All of these choices are correct.


Which website should you go to for a link to the Law Library of Congress?​

a. ​The U.S. Department of Justice’s website

b. ​The Library of Congress’s website – correct

c. ​Google Scholar

d. ​The House of Representatives’ website


Which website should you go to for information about current debates of the House of Representatives floor?​

a. ​The U.S. Department of Justice’s website

b. ​The Library of Congress’s website

c. ​The House of Representatives’ website – correct

d. ​Google Scholar


Research guides from Georgetown University Law Library include which of the following?​

a. ​Relevant primary and secondary sources

b. ​Relevant Internet resources

c. ​Relevant books

d. ​All of these choices are correct.- correct


Which of the following can be found on the Library of Congress’s website?​

a. ​Information on federal criminal prosecutions

b. ​A link to the Law Library of Congress – correct

c. ​Information on federal criminal prosecutions

d. ​Information on the enforcement of the federal laws of civil rights


Which of the following can be found on the U.S. House of Representatives’ website?​

a. ​Links to representatives’ roll-call votes

b. ​The congressional schedule

c. ​Current debates on the House floor

d. ​All of these choices are correct.- correct


Which of the following cannot be found on the U.S. Department of Justice’s website?​

a. ​Information on federal criminal prosecutions

b. ​Information on the enforcement of the federal laws of civil rights

c. ​The congressional schedule – correct

d. ​Information on employment discrimination


Which website should you go to for information about federal criminal prosecutions?​

a. ​The U.S. Department of Justice’s website – correct

b. ​The Library of Congress’s website

c. ​Google Scholar

d. ​The House of Representatives’ website


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