three - CRIMINAL LAW CHAPTER 3 Study guide 1 A court may...

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CRIMINAL LAW CHAPTER 3 Study guide 1. A court may acquire jurisdiction over a person by: a. consent b. arrest (legal or illegal) c. extradition d. all of the above 2. The power to try a case for the first time is referred to as: a. venue b. appellate jurisdiction c . original jurisdiction d. certorari 3. The power of a court to try a case is called: a. venue. b . jurisdiction. c. subject matter authority. d. territorial authority. 4. The three aspects that make up jurisdiction are: a. common law, territorial, and personal. b. territorial, personal, and subject matter. c. subject matter, personal, and civil law. a. personal, territorial, and extradition. 5. Assume that states, A, B, C, D, and E each have statutes that provide that any crime begun or ended in any such state, or in which any element of the offense occurs, may prosecute. A crime occurs on a train traveling through each of the states. It cannot be determined in which state or states any portion of the crime happened. The crime may be prosecuted:
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2011 for the course CJ 101 taught by Professor Idk during the Spring '11 term at San Jacinto.

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