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Study guide test2 - Peremptory challenge Trial sentencing Judges Prosecutors Defense attorneys Substantive law Crime uniform crime reports Sources

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Fifth Amendment Grand jury Indictment Information Double jeopardy Mistrial Hung jury Acquittal Dual sovereignty doctrine Miranda warnings Eminent domain Sixth Amendment Eighth Amendment Thirteenth Amendment Fourteenth Amendment Suspect classifications Standard of review Fundamental right Strict scrutiny Intermediate scrutiny Rational basis Incorporation Total incorporation Selective incorporation Total incorporation plus Judicial review Jurisdiction Personal jurisdiction Subject matter jurisdiction Geographical jurisdiction Hierarchical jurisdiction General jurisdiction Original jurisdiction Appellate jurisdiction Federal courts District courts Courts of appeals Supreme Court State courts Trial de novo Pretrial Complaint 103 study guide #2 Probable cause Booking Initial appearance Preliminary hearing Pleas Jury selection Voir dire Jury consultants Challenged for cause
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Unformatted text preview: Peremptory challenge Trial sentencing Judges Prosecutors Defense attorneys Substantive law Crime uniform crime reports Sources of criminal law Substantive due process Void for vagueness Ex post facto Bills of attainder Actus reus Mens rea MPC Negligence Concurrence Doctrine of transferred intent Causation Harm Proximate cause Legal cause Liability without fault Vicarious liability Inchoate crimes attempt Solicitation Conspiracy Parties to crime Complicity Defense to criminal liability Affirmative defense Self-defense Consent Execution of public duty Excuse defenses Duress Intoxication Insanity Durham rule Irresistible impulse Substantial capacity Entrapment murder Manslaughter Negligent homicide Forcible rape aggravated assault Robbery Arson Burglary Larceny/theft 1...
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course CJ 103 taught by Professor Cluphf during the Spring '11 term at Boise State.

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