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SamuelAlden917

  • 3 years ago

Please help! I am about to fail out of school!

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  1. SamuelAlden917
    • 3 years ago
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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

  2. 666potatoes
    • 3 years ago
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    The last one is verdict. You can easily Google these really.

  3. SamuelAlden917
    • 3 years ago
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    No! I cant! They wont come up!

  4. 666potatoes
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    Who is the person bringing accusations against another in a civil case? Prosecutor

  5. SamuelAlden917
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    Yes I know that one!

  6. 666potatoes
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    Bankruptcy cases are always held in state courts. True.

  7. SamuelAlden917
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    You know the first one ?

  8. 666potatoes
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    Probably a settlement.

  9. amistre64
    • 3 years ago
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    OpenStudy is meant as a means to learn the material, not to hand out answers for a grade ....

  10. 666potatoes
    • 3 years ago
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    Sorry. >w>;

  11. SamuelAlden917
    • 3 years ago
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    @amistre64 I know! I am just really behind right now... Pleses?

  12. amistre64
    • 3 years ago
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    If you can guide to an answer without being direct, please do so

  13. amistre64
    • 3 years ago
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    your poor study habits are not our responsibility

  14. 666potatoes
    • 3 years ago
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    LOL ^

  15. amistre64
    • 3 years ago
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    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

  16. SamuelAlden917
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    @amistre64 What are you gaining from saying this!?!?!

  17. amistre64
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    its not what i gain that matters

  18. Algebraic!
    • 3 years ago
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    These are all just questions of fact anyway... look them up in your text book...

  19. 666potatoes
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    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.

  20. crazykid1119
    • 3 years ago
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    Which is the second tier of courts in the federal system? Answer US courts of appeals

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