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PHSCC Govt Ch11

PHSCC Govt Ch 11

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hears charges against a person who is suspected of having committed a crime grand jury
state may not deprive anyone of life, liberty or property due process clause
when a person loses a case in a trial court and wishes to petition another court to hear the case appellate jurisdiction
people engaged in a lawsuit litigant
court in which a case is originally tried original jurisdiction
when two levels of courts share authority over a case concurrent jurisdiction
a formal accusation accusing someone of committing a crime indictment
a trial jury petit jury
courts explanation for its decision opinion
traveling to hold court in assigned regions of the country riding the circuit
submitting candidates names to home state representatives first senatorial courtesy
submitting candidates names to home state representatives first senatorial courtesy
regions of the federal court system judicial circuit