Final Exam Study Guide

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Final Exam Study Guide You should be prepared to answer questions related to the following topics as well as the topics listed on the two midterm study guides and exams . The format of the exam will be mixed. Feel free to study together. In addition to the material on this study guide, you should carefully read the articles from Governing posted on Blackboard. 1. What types of crimes are heard in federal court versus state court? What determines this? 2. Be familiar with the general judicial structure (organization) of states and the different methods of selecting judges. Which are most and least common? What are the arguments for and against each? Which selection mechanism do you favor and why? 3. Be especially familiar with S.C.’s judicial selection. 4. Why has the prison population in the U.S. increased so dramatically? 5. How have the roles of county government changed over time? 6. What is the traditional organization of county governments? What are popular reforms or variations on this organization? What are their advantages?
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course POLI 365 taught by Professor Mcatee during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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