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The U.S. has a dual court system that consists of the Federal Court and?
a) State courts b) Supreme courts c) Juvenile Courts d) Circuit Courts
The jurisdiction and organization of the U.S. Court System come from?
a) The state of VA b) The 13 original colonies and the Articles of Confederation c) The U.S. Constitution d) Uncle Same
A misdemeanor is a?
a) more serious crime b) less serious crime c) a store d) a judge
A felony is a?
a) more serious crime b) less serious crime c) a type of jumpsuit d) a judge
The organization and jurisdiction of VA's court system comes from?
a) The federal government b) The Preamble c) The VA Declaration of Rights d) the VA Constitution and laws
I'm a judge of the VA court that has original jurisdiction of misdemeanors. I hear civil cases involving lower dollar amounts. There is no jury. I preside over which court?
a) General District Court b) Court of Appeals of VA c) Circuit Court d) VA Supreme Court
Tom was convicted of a crime he says he didn't commit. His lawyer has asked that a higher court review the lower court's decision. This is called an?
a) Appeal b) Apparition c) Appeasement d) Acquisition
What is original jurisdiction?
a) The right of a court to hear a case for the first time b) The right of a court to hear a case on appeal c) The right of a court to have a jury d) The right of a defendant to arrive late to court
What is appellate jurisdiction?
a) The right of a court to hear a case for the first time b) The right of a court to hear a case on appeal c) The right of a court to have a jury d) The right of a lawyer to argue with the judge
Issuing warrants, arrest warrants, setting bail, and subpoenas is the responsibility of?
a) Plaintiffs b) Magistrates c) Court Attorneys d) Police chiefs
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