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There are following 6 category
2)CONTRACTS & SALES
3)CRIMINAL LAW & PROCEDURE
You need to capture question and answer with detail description about right question
as following manner:
A state has enacted a statute requiring parents to vaccinate their children against the flu each year, or be subject to a $1,000 fine or one year in jail. The Smiths object to this statute on the grounds that it violates their right to free exercise of religious beliefs under the First Amendment and have filed suit in Federal Court. The best argument by the state to convict Mr. or Mrs. Smith is:
A. The Free Exercise Clause only applies to a belief not a conduct.
B. The statute is a neutral law regardless of the fact that it may burden the First Amendment rights of Mr. or Mrs. Smith.
C. The state has a substantial interest in the health of its citizens and this is the only reasonable way to foster this state interest.
D. An exception for one party would be in violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
The Answer is D. If the law at issue is neutral in application and uniformly applied to all parents and/or guardians then the Free Exercise Clause does not award a religious exemption to a single group; regardless of the fact that the law may tangentially impose a burden on that group's religious practice. The state may allege that since the law at issue fosters the health of all residents, is uniformly applied to all parents and/or guardians, and is not there to specifically impose upon the religious activities of one group: it is permissible. A is incorrect as conduct is, in fact, protected under the Free Exercise Clause. This protection, however, is limited. In the present situation, in which there is conduct which equally affects religious and non-religious groups, the Free Exercise Clause does not award the Smiths protection under the law. C is incorrect as it recites the former balancing test applied by the courts in addressing whether the religion exemption should be applied. This former balancing test required a review of the severity of the burden, the strength of the state's interest and the existence of alternatives. Presently, however, the balancing test is no longer applied; therefore, assuming the challenged statute is neutral, the state need not show the above requirements. D is incorrect. While a law giving an exemption to one religious sect absent a narrow tailoring to protect a compelling interest would be typically held invalid, the state may argue the following: The law at issue does not appear to have a sect preference, but possesses a secular purpose that neither advances not hinders religious expression, while simultaneously avoiding excessive government entanglement. In light of this, there would not be a violation of the Establishment Clause.
Trying to raise revenue in a desperate economy, a city decides to sell advertising space on government buildings and vehicles, and passes an appropriate ordinance. Advertising is open to anyone as long as the ad has "nothing to do with politics or religion," in an attempt to avoid legal headaches and allegations of entanglement of religion with state politics. Zeus and Apollo seek to rent space for their interdenominational store that caters to those belonging to all religions. Their ad reads: "Let Zeus and Apollo's Religious Store help you on your path to God!" The city refuses their request. If Zeus and Apollo sue in district court alleging a First Amendment violation, they will most likely:
A. Win, because sides of civic buildings are now viewed as public forums.
B. Lose, because there is a viewpoint of neutral restriction that is reasonably related to a legitimate government purpose.
C. Win, because commercial speech restrictions must be narrowly tailored to serve a substantial government interest directly advanced by the restriction.
D. Lose, because the city must avoid excessive entanglement with religion.
The Answer is D. The restriction will be upheld because it is viewpoint neutral and reasonably related to a legitimate government purpose. The city rule distinguishes between broad categories of speech while refraining from distinguishing based on content within a category. This is reasonably related to the legitimate government interest of avoiding controversy. A is incorrect because the Supreme Court has held that allowing advertising on government-owned property is deemed a commercial forum, not a public forum. C is incorrect because it merely states the general rule for regulation and commercial speech. As mentioned, here we are dealing with a proprietary venture by the city and the advertising is not deemed a public forum. D is incorrect because nothing in the city policy causes excessive entanglement with religion and actually seeks to avoid excessive entanglement.
I need total 1000 unique questions there from all six categories.
How you need to work
there are two way to list question in each category:
(10 Random Questions Per Session)
(25 Random Questions Per Session)
you can select any one from both as:
You can do either 10 or 25 question sessions, as many times as you want. Each time you start a new session, you will be presented with a new set of questions, including possible repeats. Eventually, you will start seeing many of the same questions again and again. At this point you can stop.
I again repeat you need only unique 1000 questions to capture..
I have more job if you do it really Good..My budget is 30$ only but I will pay you 5$ or 10$ additional if you 100% satisfied me.
thanks for bidding..............
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I am ready to do this immediately and would like to work with you in a long term capacity as well. I can guarantee your satisfaction on this project. Ready when you are. Thanks.