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Unformatted text preview: courts. 9. If you hear that cert. has been denied in a case, what does that mean. 10. Jurisdiction refers to the power a court has to hear a case. Define each of the following types of jurisdiction: a. general jurisdiction b. limited jurisdiction c. original jurisdiction d. appellate jurisdiction e. exclusive jurisdiction f. concurrent jurisdiction 11. What are the two major grounds for gaining federal court jurisdiction? 12. Be familiar with the following terms and concepts: entrapment/appellant or petitioner/appellee or respondent/inferior courts/subpeona/enbanc/removal...
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