Multiple Choice Questions:
1. When may Certified Fraud Examiners include an opinion of guilt or innocence in their fraud reports?
a. Only when there is a clear-cut signed and properly obtained confession.
b. When physical forensic evidence irrefutably ties the suspect to the crime.
c. When the suspect is caught in the act.
d. None of the above.

2. Whose responsibility is it to construct the fraud theory to be used in court?
a. The attorney.
b. The client.
c. The investigator.
d. None of the above.

3. The first question asked in a fraud investigation is:
a. Who?
b. What?
c. How?
d. Why?

4. Strictly speaking, physical evidence includes which of these?
a. Admissible evidence.
b. Predicated evidence.
c. Document evidence.
d. None of the above.

5. Eyewitness testimony can best be described as a form of which type of evidence?
a. Documentary.
b. Physical.
c. Expert.
d. Observational.

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