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Analyze the judicial branch

How many justices serve on the Georgia state supreme court 9
cases are automatically reviewed by the state supreme court when they deal with the death penalty
the grand jury in Georgia decides whether or not a person accused of a crime should be charged and stand trial for that crime
who has the burden of proof in a criminal case defendant
who has the burden of proof in a civil case plaintiff
which is not a criminal charge divorce
what are the most serious criminals called felonies
which is not a method of solving conflicts peacefully compromise
which piece of advice least effective when disagreeing diplomatically be firm in your convictions
the main governing authority in almost all of Georgia's counties is the board of commissioners
which county official is elected rather than appointed commissioner
which term describes a city with its own government municipality
which is the most common type of city government in Georgia mayor council
what is the main goal of special purpose governments to provide for the public welfare
A juvenile in Georgia is one who is under the age of 17
juveniles in Georgia are not guaranteed the right to post bail
the first step when a juvenile is taken into custody is a intake investigation
what are Georgia's seven deadly sins crimes committed by juveniles that result in the courts treating the juveniles as adults
which is considered one of Georgia's seven deadly sins when committed by a 16 year old murder
which protection does not apply to juveniles in Georgia's courts the right to a trial before a jury of peers
Created by: keondre



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