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Introduction To Criminal Justice, 8th Edition by Robert M. Bohm-Test Bank

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Introduction To Criminal Justice, 8th Edition by Robert M. Bohm-Test Bank

Chapter 08
The Administration of Justice

Multiple Choice Questions

1. A court of ________ jurisdiction has the authority to hear a case when it is first brought to court.
A. original
B. general
C. special
D. appellate

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge
Level: Basic
Topic: The American Court Structure

2. Which of the following types of jurisdiction is the court’s power to hear a particular type of case?
A. subject matter
B. personal
C. special
D. appellate

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge
Level: Basic
Topic: The American Court Structure

3. In highly controversial cases, all of the judges in a circuit may sit together and hear a case in what is known as a(n)
A. bench trial.
B. grand jury.
C. en banc hearing.
D. circuit court.

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge
Level: Basic
Topic: The American Court Structure

4. How much does it cost to file an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court?
A. nothing
B. $300
C. $1,000
D. $10,000

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge
Level: Moderate
Topic: The American Court Structure

5. Approximately what percentage of the cases filed for review does the U.S. Supreme Court choose not to review?
A. 10%
B. 25%
C. 60%
D. 99%

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge
Level: Basic
Topic: The American Court Structure

6. When the Supreme Court hears a case, it decides upon one of four different courses of action. Which of the following is NOT one of the courses of action given in your textbook?
A. modify the verdict or decision of the lower court, without totally reversing it
B. revert its powers as a court of last resort to the court of original jurisdiction
C. reverse the verdict or decision of the lower court, requiring no further court action
D. reverse the verdict or decision of the lower court and remand the case to the court of original jurisdiction for either retrial or resentencing

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Analysis
Level: Basic
Topic: The American Court Structure

7. Trial courts of ________ jurisdiction are sometimes referred to generally as “inferior trial courts” or simply as “lower courts.”
A. special
B. general
C. personal
D. limited

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