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When presented with only circumstantial evidence, a juror

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When presented with only circumstantial evidence, a juror [#permalink]

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When presented with only circumstantial evidence, a juror tends to decide a case according to his or her gut instinct, which are not formally sanctioned or prohibited means of reaching a verdict.

(A)which are not formally

(B)which are not a formally

(C)which is not a formally

(D)which is formally not a

(E)which is not formally
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Re: Circumstantial Evidence - Kaplan Advanced [#permalink]

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C is the best choice. What's the OA?
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Re: Circumstantial Evidence - Kaplan Advanced [#permalink]

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New post 26 Apr 2010, 06:16
I was confused between (C) and (E).

Picked (E) because of parallelism. I thought since "prohibited" does not have "a" before it, "formally sanctioned" should not have "a" either.
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Re: Circumstantial Evidence - Kaplan Advanced [#permalink]

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seekmba wrote:
I was confused between (C) and (E).

Picked (E) because of parallelism. I thought since "prohibited" does not have "a" before it, "formally sanctioned" should not have "a" either.


I believe the "a" is unnecessary as long as you add it prior to the "or". (You definitely need an "a" to modify the word "means")

C seems to be the right answer.
Re: Circumstantial Evidence - Kaplan Advanced   [#permalink] 26 Apr 2010, 06:30
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