â€¢ Question 1 The Stolen Book. Betty tells Susan that Bob stole her business law book from her car. The next day Susan confronts Bob and slaps him for stealing her book. Bob has Susan arrested for slapping him. Susan sues Bob for damages in the amount of the book and for maliciously having her arrested. Claiming that she lied, Bob sues Betty for defamation. The lawsuit Susan has against Bob for damages for stealing her book involves which of the following? â€¢ Question 2 The term “stare decisis” means “reversing the decision.” â€¢ Question 3 Which of the following cases is referenced in the text as a use of stare decisis as binding precedent, in that it abolished discriminatory policies for individuals of different racial backgrounds? â€¢ Question 4 The ______ is the supreme law of the land. â€¢ Question 5 Ethics is the study and practice of decisions about what is good or right. â€¢ Question 6 In 2007, Dole was sued by a group of its employees for: â€¢ Question 7 The idea that we should interact with other people in a manner consistent with the manner in which we would like for them to interact with us is called ______. â€¢ Question 8 Employees as well as management are stakeholders of a business. â€¢ Question 9 The court may properly grant a ______ if after reviewing the pleadings, the judge determines that the only reasonable decision is in favor of the moving party. â€¢ Question 10 A defendant uses a(n) ______ when her or his answer admits that the facts contained in the complaint are accurate but also includes additional facts that justify the defendant's actions and provide a legally sound reason to deny relief to the plaintiff. â€¢ Question 11 In rem jurisdiction references jurisdiction over a person subject to an order of guardianship. â€¢ Question 12 What is a summary jury trial? â€¢ Question 13 Which amendment gives citizens the right not to testify against themselves in a criminal case? â€¢ Question 14 What does the Fifth Amendment's protection against self-incrimination mean? â€¢ Question 15 What does the establishment clause of the First Amendment provide? â€¢ Question 16 In South Dakota v. Dole, a federal law, which grants federal funding for state highways only to those states in which the legal drinking age is 21, was upheld by the Supreme Court under what legislative power? â€¢ Question 17 If Molly was indicted by the grand jury of murder, she could still be found not guilty in a criminal trial. â€¢ Question 18 Which of the following is using fraudulent means to obtain information about someone's phone use? â€¢ Question 19 Which of the following was passed largely in response to business scandals of the 2000s, such as Enron? â€¢ Question 20 Which of the following is an example of the imposition of strict liability?