Acc574 Forensics Accounting Week 3 : Evidence and Its Validity - Homework ES

Acc574 Forensics Accounting
Week 3 : Evidence and Its Validity - Homework ES

1. (TCO C) An expert witness: (Points : 2)
Loses confidentiality.
Must be objective.
Can be examined by the other side.
Is required under Fed. Rules of Civ. Proc. 26 to provide a written report providing details of the testimony expected to be given.
All of the above

2. (TCO C) Which statement about witness immunity is false? (Points : 2)
A lawsuit against an expert for negligence is one type of tort action.
A negligence claim has a shorter statute of limitation than a breach of contract action.
A claim for breach of a contract generally is brought in a state court.
Communication made in a judicial proceeding carries an absolute privilege against civil suits for damages.
None of the above is false

3. (TCO C) What are the page numbers called on evidence in the courtroom? (Points : 2)
Compel numbers
Bates numbers
Tecum notes
ATG notes
None of the above

4. (TCO C) Which of the following is not one of the 11 guidelines for evidence? (Points : 2)
Externality
Proper disclosure
Sample size
Directness
All of the above are guidelines for evidence

5. (TCO C) What motion would be used to try to eliminate an expert witness? (Points : 2)
Motion of limine
Motion of challenge
A Frye motion
A Daubert motion
All of the above

6. (TCO C) Taxpayer communications made to federally authorized tax practitioners are privileged, including: (Points : 2)
Matters involving criminal matters.
Tax advice regarding the promotion of tax shelters.
The amount of charitable contributions.
Investigations by regulatory agencies.
None of the above

7. (TCO C) In a criminal case, the burden of proof is normally: (Points : 2)
Beyond a reasonable doubt.
More likely than not.
Preponderance of the evidence.
Presumption of guilt.
None of the above

8. (TCO C) Which statement is false about Benford's Law? (Points : 2)
There is an approximate 4.6% chance that the first digit in a number will be a 9.
There is about a 19% chance that the first digit in a number will be a 2.
There is an approximately 9.7% chance that the first digit in a number will be a 4.
There is about a 17% chance that the first digit in a number will be a 6.
All of these statements are true

9. (TCO C) Which is an inductive approach? (Points : 2)
Digital analysis
Discovery sampling
Generic data mining
Custom data mining
All of the above are inductive

10. (TCO C) A ____________ is a written argument supported by citations of court decisions, statutes, and other authorities. (Points : 2)
Covenant
Habeas corpus
Brief
Concurring opinion
Dissenting opinion
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