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Am court system - Exam No 1 Review Difference between civil and criminal law Know the 4 sources of criminal law common US Constitution Legislated

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Exam No. 1 Review 2008-02-19 Difference between civil and criminal law Know the 4 sources of criminal law: common US Constitution, Legislated Law, Case law Understand what due process is. Know the Bill of Rights and the first 10 amendments Be able to identify the lower trial courts of limited jurisdiction: municipal courts, justice courts, county courts, Be able to classify texas courts as either constitutional or either statutory Warren Court: be able to match cases to the holdings. Know the 2 functions of appellate courts: error correction, policy formation Know the 2 types of error: harmless and reversible Deinfe en banc hearing Distinguish between mandatory and discretionary appellate jurisdiction Identify the 3 manners of disposition of an appeal: affirmed, revirsed, and remanded. Classify crimes according to misdemeanor (ABC) or felony (123) Define ordinace Know where ordinances, misdemenors and felonies are filed in texas Difference between status offense and deliquence
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course CRIJ 1306 taught by Professor Wright during the Spring '08 term at St. Edwards.

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Am court system - Exam No 1 Review Difference between civil and criminal law Know the 4 sources of criminal law common US Constitution Legislated

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