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A pilot owned a private plane, which he used for recre ational purposes. One clear afternoon, the pilot experi enced mechanical difficulties and was forced to eject himself from the plane. The pilot parachuted safely to the ground, but the plane crashed into a barn, causing substantial damage to the structure. The pilot was res cued by two policemen, who noticed that the pilot was acting strangely . The pilot was brought to a hospital where he was found to be heavily intoxicated.
The owner of the barn filed suit against the pilot, alleging that the damages to his barn were a direct result of the pilot’s intoxication. The owner of the barn offers the properly authenticated records of the pilot’s criminal conviction for flying while intoxicated. The conviction should be ruled:CorrectIncorrect
A burglar was caught trying to burglarize a jewelry store. The police obtained a search warrant for the burglar’s apartment and found a handwritten map of the jewelry store, marked with possible escape routes.
The burglar was found guilty of all charges. At the sen tencing hearing, the prosecution introduced evidence of eleven previous felony convictions. The trial judge should rule the prior convictions:CorrectIncorrect
The defense called an owner of a coffee shop, who tes tified that the suspect is an “honest and peace-loving man.” The owner’s testimony is:CorrectIncorrect
At the suspect’s trial the prosecutor asked the suspect, on cross-examination, whether he had been convicted of burglary five years earlier. The court should rule, over an objection by defense counsel, that this question is most likely:CorrectIncorrect