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1. How long does parole typically last in the United States?
A. 1-3 years

B. 2-7 years

C. 3-10 years

D. 5-15 years

is it B

2. What does the prosecutor’s gatekeeper function imply?
A. If a prosecutor declines to seek the death penalty, a jury may still impose this penalty.

B. If a prosecutor declines to seek the death penalty, a jury may not impose this penalty.

C. If a jury imposes the death penalty, the prosecutor may appeal against this decision.

D. If a jury imposes the death penalty, the prosecutor may not appeal against this decision.

is it D

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