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Objective 2.01-2.02 Review
The US Court of Appeals Cases are decided by a panel of how many judges? 33
Which term identifies the local court jurisdictions? Limited
Which court hears child custody cases? Family
How many justices decide which cases to hear in the US Supreme Court? 99
How many judicial circuits is the US Divided into? 13
Which Court has special jurisdiction over minors? Juvenile
What jurisdiction does the district court have over federal court cases? Original
There are currently how many district courts? 95
What is the first pleading filed in a civil case? Complaint
If a defendant does not appear in court what is forfeited? Bail
If a resident in one state sues a resident in another state for more than $75000 what kind of case is it? Diversity of Citizenship
What is money or other property that is left with the court to assure the court that the person will return to stand trial? Bail
When a person is deprived of his or her freedom, what action has occurred? Arrested
The decision of the jury is called Verdict
What is the power to hear the case in full for the first time? Original jurisdiction
Which court handles claims or minor debts Small Claims
An adult goes to court for an arraignment. In what type of trial will this procedure occur? Criminal
While on trial, a person’s lawyer presents their final plea. In what step during a jury trial does this occur? Closing Argument
Billy, a minor, is caught vandalizing the school. What is the first step in his case? Detention hearing
After all closing arguments are made and the jury has received instructions they will render a ? verdict
After deliberating the jury decision is called the Verdict
Why would a defendant accept a plea bargain? To avoid conviction of a more serious offense.
Which phrase describes the constitutional right of an accused? Right to refuse to testify against oneself
What are the elements of most crimes? Criminal intent and required state of mind
What are the two classifications for crimes? Felonies and misdemeanors
Which term is considered to be an attempt to commit a battery? Assault
Which terms means breaking and entering a dwelling or place to commit a misdemeanor or felony? Burglary
Which terms means unlawful taking away and caring away personal property of another accompanied by violence? Robbery
Which terms means a major crime punishable by imprisonment or death? Felony
Which penalty is provided by law and imposed by a court? Punishment
Which term means freedom from prosecution even when one has committed the crime as charged? Immunity
Which term means the victim may use force that appears to be necessary to prevent bodily harm, kidnapping, rape, or death? Self Defense
Which term means that an accused person claims he does not know the difference between right and wrong insanity
Which term identifies the crime of date or acquaintance rape? Sex offenses
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