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Multiple Choice Questions:
1. Evidence is defined as:
a. Anything that affects the truth or falsity of an assertion made in an investigation or legal proceeding.
b. Anything that affects the truth or falsity of an assertion made in an investigation or legal proceeding, and that is admissible in a court of law.
c. Botha and b.
d. None of the above.

2. A fraud theory is similar to a fraud scheme except with respect to which of these questions?
a. Who?
b. Why?
c. How?
d. When?

3. An attorney pursuing a court case against a fraudster generally:
a. Uses the same fraud theory as the investigator.
b. Uses the same theory as the fraud investigator but adds a motive.
c. Uses the same or different theory as the fraud investigator.
d. Uses a “force of evidence” instead of a fraud theory.

4. To effectively use collected evidence in court, an attorney will also need which of these?
a. At least one eyewitness.
b. A signed confession.
c. A fraud report.
d. None of the above.

5. The primary person responsible for collecting the actual evidence to be introduced in court is:
a. The attorney or paralegal.
b. A private detective.
c. A fraud investigator.
d. None of the above.



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