Multiple Choice Questions:
1. Evidence is:
a. Useful in court only if the plaintiff and defendant can agree on its admissibility.
b. Allowed in court only if it is truthful.
c. Most useful if it is relevant, reliable, and valid.
d. Allowed if it passes the Vorhees test of veracity.

2. Reliability of evidence refers to:
a. Its truthfulness.
b. Its accuracy.
c. The extent to which it is consistently credible.
d. All of the above.

3. Which of the following does physical evidence include?
a. Observation and surveillance.
b. Fingerprints and DNA.
c. Tire tracks and passkey.
d. b and c.

4. Documents are not usually used because of the possibility of alteration or falsification.
a. True.
b. False.

5. Which of the following is not a basic rule of handling evidence?
a. Keep documents in a secure location.
b. Maintain appropriate chain of custody information.
c. Handle original documents whenever possible.
d. All of the above are basic rules of handling evidence.

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