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What is similar to plea bargaining in that it lessens an offender's punishment for her crime? Answer Pre-Trial Diversion Settlement Warrant Verdict 1 points Question 2 Federal courts include the Supreme Court, the circuit courts, and the US Court of Appeals. Answer True False 1 points Question 3 Which of the following also means to have the courts review the legality of the court’s earlier decision? Answer Settled Judged Warranted Appealed 1 points Question 4 Which is NOT an example of a civil case? Answer Divorce Custody Contract dispute Piracy 1 points Question 5 Criminals who plead guilty are given an automatic right to appeal. Answer True False 1 points Question 6 Which term refers to the situation where the parties involved in a civil case come to an agreement and is overseen by an impartial person? Answer Settlement Petition Motion of Summary Judgments Mediation 1 points Question 7 The process within a civil case where evidence is gathered and witnesses found is known as which of the following? Answer Preliminary Hearing Arraignment Deposition Discovery 1 points Question 8 Who is responsible for preparing a case against an offender in a criminal case? Answer Defense attorney Plaintiff Prosecuting attorney Respondent 1 points Question 9 Plea bargains allow the offender to remove an offense from their record in exchange for agreeing to terms outlined by the prosecuting attorney. Answer True False 1 points Question 10 Settlements are part of civil cases; corrections are part of criminal cases. Answer True False 1 points Question 11 Which is the second tier of courts in the federal system? Answer US Court of Appeals Supreme Court Circuit Court Bankruptcy Court 1 points Question 12 The defendant in a case always has the right to say nothing that might make him look guilty. Answer True False 1 points Question 13 Bankruptcy cases are always held in state courts. Answer True False 1 points Question 14 Who is the person bringing accusations against another in a civil case? Answer Prosecutor Plaintiff Plea bargainer Police officer 1 points Question 15 What is a decision by a judge or jury? Answer Warrant Summons Settlement Verdict
The last one is verdict. You can easily Google these really.
No! I cant! They wont come up!
Who is the person bringing accusations against another in a civil case? Prosecutor
Yes I know that one!
Bankruptcy cases are always held in state courts. True.
You know the first one ?
Probably a settlement.
OpenStudy is meant as a means to learn the material, not to hand out answers for a grade ....
@amistre64 I know! I am just really behind right now... Pleses?
If you can guide to an answer without being direct, please do so
your poor study habits are not our responsibility
just keep in mind that the any answers given need to be guidance to promote learning, and not just a handout. If you can abide by that, then by all means good luck
@amistre64 What are you gaining from saying this!?!?!
its not what i gain that matters
These are all just questions of fact anyway... look them up in your text book...
He's technically gaining respect from others. Haha. @ what Algebraic said: Exactly, there's no way of really getting at the answer without actually saying it. I guess you could give the definitions of the word but he could easily Google them which is what I was doing since I don't know these facts off the top of my head.
Which is the second tier of courts in the federal system? Answer US courts of appeals