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How well do YOU know SB 1070?

Young_ChitlinYoung_Chitlin YCN Chief/FCC Member/#RedVelvetSquad Member/IC Task Force GeneralASUville, PhoenixMembers Posts: 23,852 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited August 2010 in The Social Lounge
I found this quiz about SB 1070 that was pretty challenging. How well can you do on it?

SB1070 provides for a warrantless arrest if a peace officer:
A. has probable cause to believe that the person to be arrested has committed a misdemeanor or felony that makes the person removable from the United States.
B. witnesses the commission of a felony
C. has probable cause to believe the person to be arrested has committed any public offense that makes the person removable from the United States.
D. has probable cause to believe a person has committed a felony


In cases involving transportation, SB 1070 creates the charge of unlawful harboring (Class 1 Misdemeanor) for persons who:
A. know or recklessly disregard the fact that the “alien” being transported has come to, has entered or remains in the United States in violation of law (with the exception of child protective services workers, and first responders).
B. know or recklessly disregard the fact that the “alien” being transported has come to, has entered or remains in the United States in violation of law (no exceptions).
C. know or recklessly disregard the fact that the “alien” being transported has come to, has entered or remains in the United States in violation of law (with the exception of employers).
D. know or recklessly disregard the fact that the “alien” being transported has come to, has entered or remains in the United States in violation of law (with the exception of public school bus drivers).


SB1070 authorizes law enforcement officers to make the following form of arrest:
A. to make an arrest without a warrant, if the officer has “probable cause” to believe that the person has committed any public offense that makes the person removable from the United States
B. to make an arrest without a warrant, if the officer witnessed a person committing a public offense that makes the person removable from the United States.
C. to obtain a warrant to arrest a person who has committed a public offense that makes the person removable from the United States.
D. to make an arrest without a warrant, if the officer knows that a person has committed a public offense that makes the person removable from the United States


A central provision of SB1070 requires that all law enforcement officials or officials of a city, county, or state agency determine the "immigration status" of persons when "reasonable suspicion" exists that the person is "an alien who is unlawfully present in the United States" when there is:
A. a violation of a civil law
B. a detention or arrest
C. any lawful contact
D. a violation of a criminal law



SB1070 seeks to eliminate “day labor” work by:
A. making it illegal to solicit work or to hire in a public street if the activity blocks or impedes the normal flow of traffic.
B. making it illegal to solicit work in public places.
C. making it illegal to solicit work in a public street if the activity blocks or impedes the normal flow of traffic
D. making it illegal to hire in a public street if the activity blocks or impedes the normal flow of traffic.



A person is considered not to be an “alien who is unlawfully present,” if the person presents:
A. a valid Arizona driver license, a valid tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification, a valid Arizona nonoperating identification license, [or] any valid United States Federal, state or local government issued identification.
B. a valid Arizona driver license issued before 1996, a valid tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification, a valid Arizona nonoperating identification license, [or] if the entity requires proof of legal presence in the United States before issuance, any valid United States Federal, state or local government issued identification.
C. a valid driver license from Arizona or another state in the U.S., a valid Arizona nonoperating identification license, any valid United States Federal, state or local government issued identification, [or] a valid tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification
D. a valid Arizona driver license, a valid tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification, a valid Arizona nonoperating identification license, [or] if the entity requires proof of legal presence in the United States before issuance, any valid United States Federal, state or local government issued identification.



SB 1070 made it illegal:
A. for a person who is unlawfully present in the United States and who is an “unauthorized alien” to knowingly apply for work in a private or public place
B. for an employer to knowingly hire an “unauthorized alien.”
C. for a person who is unlawfully present in the United States and who is an “unauthorized alien” to knowingly apply for work in a public place
D. for a state, county, or local government to contract for work that involves work performed by an “unauthorized alien.”



SB1070 amends the state's Employer Sanctions law by:
A. creating exemptions for employers from having to use the E-verify program.
B. lowering the fines that can be imposed on employers who violate the state law
C. protecting employers who did not knowingly employ “unauthorized aliens”
D. providing employers with an affirmative defense who can assert they were entrapped by a law enforcement officer or their agents.



SB1070 authorizes “legal residents” of the state to:
A. report to local, county, or state officials, their knowledge of persons who are present in Arizona without federal authorization
B. report persons suspected of being present without formal authorization to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or the Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
C. bring legal action (file a suit) against a state, county, or local official who limits or restricts the enforcement of federal immigration laws, and requires the entity to pay $500 per day that the policy is in effect after the suit is filed.
D. bring legal action (file suit) against the federal government for not fully preventing the entry of persons without formal authorization


In reference to local government policies that limit the cooperation of enforcement officers to investigate the status of migrants, SB1070 mandates that:
A. All county jails determine the migration status of persons under their custody
B. Such policies can be implemented, but require state approval
C. No such policies can be adopted or implemented
D. Local law enforcement units obtain federal “287(g)” certification (that allows them to investigate the status of migrants).


The primary intent of SB10170 is the establish the following governmental policy in Arizona
A. a policy that requires law enforcement officers determine the migration status of individuals detained
B. a policy of attrition through enforcement
C. a policy that requires migrants to carry proper identification documents at all times
D. a policy to eliminate the presence of “aliens…unlawfully present in the United States”



SB1070, as amended by HB2162, requires that migrants carry at all times their “alien registration document” in Arizona, the first time they are found without possession of such document:
A. they are to be turned over to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or the Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
B. they are to be charged with a Class 1 Misdemeanor, fined $100, pay jail costs, and incarcerated for not more than twenty day
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C. they are to be charged with a Class 1 Misdemeanor, fined $100, pay jail costs, and incarcerated for not more than thirty days.
D. they are to be charged with a Class 3 Felony, fined $100, pay jail costs, and incarcerated for not more than twenty days.



HB2162 amended the migration status verification provision of SB1070 by making the following change:
A. It protected law enforcement officers from being sued for official actions under SB1070.
B. It expanded Section B by adding “stop, detention or arrest” after the word “contact”
C. It deleted (i.e., crossed out) the word “contact” and replaced it with “stop, detention or arrest”
D. It expanded the state and local officials who can verify the migration status of individuals
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