Question 342 out of 2 points jp courts in texas can

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Question 342 out of 2 pointsJP courts in Texas can do all of the following EXCEPT
Question 352 out of 2 pointsWhich method of judicial selection is a system left over from colonial America?
Question 362 out of 2 pointsWhich method of judicial selection leads to the lowest level of judicial competence?
Question 372 out of 2 pointsMost voters go to the election booth with scant knowledge about the qualifications of judicial candidates, and they often end up voting
Question 382 out of 2 pointsThe lowest number of states select judges through
Question 392 out of 2 pointsWhat is the "age of majority" in Texas with regard to civil and criminal responsibility before the law?
Question 402 out of 2 pointsMost court cases in Texas deal with
Question 410 out of 2 pointsHow are supreme court judges selected in Texas?
Question 422 out of 2 pointsWhy do political candidates often use the "tough on criminals" campaign strategy?
Question 432 out of 2 pointsIn Texas as elsewhere, the criminal justice system should serve three broad purposes:
Question 442 out of 2 pointsOf the following, who is most likely to be appointed to his or her initial seaton the court in Texas?
Question 452 out of 2 pointsWhich state leads the nation in the number of prisoners sentenced to death?
Question 462 out of 2 pointsIn most states, which courts hear major criminal and civil cases?
Question 472 out of 2 pointsWhich state leads the nation in the number of prisoners executed?
Question 482 out of 2 pointsThe Texas Government Code allows jurisdictions to draw upon which source(s) for jury selection?
Question 492 out of 2 pointsWhat are the two kinds of county courts?
Question 502 out of 2 pointsHow many elections must a judge win prior to being seated on the bench under the Texas partisan election system?

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