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Criminal Justice

Chapter 7 Quiz

QuestionAnswer
What kind of court system does the U.S. have?
What are the duties of judges?
What kind of court system do other countries have?
What are the two sides presented in court and what is this referred as?
The attorneys for the state are called what?
Do these state attorneys run for office or are they elected?
Who is the head of the state system?
Who is the head of the Federal system?
Federal attorneys are called what?
Who is the New Mexico governor and what position did she have before being elected governor?
When someone is charged with a criminal offense, they have the right to an attorney--what amendment is that?
When a person is arrested they must be...?
What is a prosecutors' job?
What is discovery?
What is nolle prosequi?
Can an attorney work out a deal with a crime? If so, what is this called?
If the person charged by the DEA on case, where will this case be heard?
What is discretion for a prosecutor?
What is an indigent?
What is screening?
What is the 4th amendment?
What is the 5th amendment?
What is the 6th amendment?
What are defense attorneys?
What is an attorney?
What is the Dual Court System?
What is jurisdiction?
What is limited jurisdiction?
What is special jurisdiction?
What is juvenile court?
What are the three levels of court?Briefly explain them.
What is general jurisdiction?
Briefly explain the most fundamental roles of a judge.
Briefly explain the roles of a prosecutor.
What does a Grand Jury do?
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