Quiz1 - 1. The ultimate authority on the interpretation of...

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1. The ultimate authority on the interpretation of a state statute is: A. any federal district court. B. Statutes are found at the federal level, never on the state level. C. the U.S. Supreme Court. D. the legislature that enacted the state statute. E. the highest court in that state. 2. When a full appellate court (i.e. all of the judges on the court) hears a case that previously was heard by a panel of judges from that court, we say that the court is hearing the case: A. Appellate courts are not permitted to have all of the judges hear an appeal. B. under appeal C. under its original jurisdiction D. en banc E. under certiorari 3. A habeas corpus review in federal court of a state court conviction is an example of: A. appellate review B. indirect review C. Federal courts are not permitted to review state court convictions. D. collateral review E. direct review 4. The U.S. Supreme Court has both original and appellate subject matter jurisdiction. Answer : True
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