8. Mr. Johnson sells nuts and bolts to the Army. The Army requires that he fill out a form which covers
several areas regarding his product. One question on the form asks whether his product contains any
lead alloys. He puts a check mark in the "NO" column even though he knows the bolts have a lead
alloy in them. What, if any, offense has he committed?
A. False statement: 18 USC 1001.
B. Wire fraud: 18 USC 1343.
D. None of the above.
9. Your partner just returned to the office in a state of confusion. He had asked a soldier (suspect) for
consent to search without reading the soldier an Article 31 warning. Your partner cannot remember if
he acted properly. Did he?
A. No. He must give an Article 31 warning whenever he speaks to a suspect.
B. Yes. Soldiers have no Article 31 protection.
C. Yes. Consent to a search is not covered by Article 31.
D. No. Searches always require an Article 31 warning.
10. You want to apply to a federal judge for a search warrant. Your partner says you cannot do so.
Who can apply for a federal search warrant?
A. Only members of the FBI.
B. Only Treasury agents.
C. All federal law enforcement officers, except military agents of DOD.
D. All federal law enforcement officers, including military agents of DOD.