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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. due process
  2. felony
  3. takes suspect to the...
  4. appellate jurisdiction
  5. the judicial branch...
  1. a magistrate
  2. b serious crime, such as homicide and kidnapping
  3. c the authority of some courts to review decisions and by lower courts
  4. d interprets the law
  5. e the right of the U.S. citizens to be treated fairly by their government

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. all players ( officer, judge, prosecutor, defense, accused, bailiff) are there. officer testifies to probable cause and facts(who, what, where, when, etc.) and is questioned by the attorneys, accused enters plea
  2. serving on a jury
  3. doubt about guilt of a criminal defendant
  4. person who keeps order and leads jury, reads verdict
  5. person who represents the government side in a court case

5 True/False questions

  1. next business day- arraigiment in district court in front of judge, bailiff and accused. judge appoints a lawyer if accused needs one, sets...8years-appeals and circuit, 6 years- district- can be re-elected


  2. original jurisdictionthe authority of a court to be the first court to hold as a guarantee that he/she will appear in court


  3. if magistrate finds cause- writes a....warrant


  4. arraignmentprocess during which appears before a court to enter a plea


  5. if judge at preliminary hearing(General District Court) agrees with probable cause, goes to.....grand jury(panel of 12)


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