Chapter 14 - What is the difference between criminal and...

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Chapter 14- The Judiciary Startin- Fall 05 How long are Federal Judges appointed for and who appoints them? In what ways are courts today involved in policy-making? What is the controversy over original intent? What is Judicial Activism? What percentage of adjudication takes place in state courts? Every state has at least __________ Federal Court. The appeals process reviews the ________________ part of the trial. What does that mean? What type of jurisdiction is that?
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Unformatted text preview: What is the difference between criminal and civil proceedings? What does a parallel system of courts mean? Most Federal cases are _________. Most criminal cases are tried in the __________ court system. What restrictions are placed on what Federal courts can see/hear? What are the two jury types? What are the three types of laws? What are the two concepts of justice courts have to enforce? What is the typical criminals profile?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course POL 1013 taught by Professor Dr.j.philiprogers during the Spring '05 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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