CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ISample ExamFirst Semester, AY 2005-2006INSTRUCTIONS1.Write your STUDENT NUMBER (SN#) only on the upper right hand corner of this questionnaire and on the upper right hand corner of the cover page of your bluebook.2.Read each question carefully and [hen answer concisely. A mere "Yes" or "No"without explanation or discussion will not be given any credit.1.Start each number on a separate page; an answer to a sub-question under thesame number may be written continuously on the same and immediatelysucceeding pages until completed. Do not write on the dorsal side of the answer sheets.3.Hand in your bluebook with this questionnaire. A bluebook unaccompanied by thecorresponding questionnaire will not be corrected.GOOD LUCK!Objective1.What are the characteristics of a written constitution (as discussed in the case of Marburg v. Madison)? (4 pts.)2.In what sense should the term "rigid constitution" be understood, as used in the case of Tolentino v. COMELEC? (3 pts.)3.What are the three inherent powers of the state? (3 pts.)4.Is the term judicial supremacy the same as judicial power? State your reasons. (4pts.)Multiple ChoiceIn the issuance of a search warrant, personal determination by the judge of theexistence of probable cause is required. In performing this duty, the judge may performwhich of the following:1. Allow the taking of test
mony or statements of the applicant and his witness by acourt personnel, subject to the judge's personal verification of the truth of thesame, through the administration of oath.II.Issue a stern warning against commission of perjury.