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The term “due process” appears in which two Constitutional amendments? A. First and Fourth Amendments B. Sixth and Eighth Amendments C. Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments D. Sixth and Eighteenth Amendments
Weegy: C. Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments User: Ensuring that authorities follow the processes laid out in the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments is called A. exclusive due process. B. proper due process. C. substantive due process. D. procedural due process. Weegy: Ensuring that authorities follow the processes laid out in the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments is called C. substantive due process. User: In a court trial, who tries to prove, with facts and witnesses, that the defendant is guilty of the crime? A. jury B. prosecutor C. defense attorney D. law clerk User: A defendant who is convicted of a crime may take all of the following actions of appeal EXCEPT? A. appeal to the State Appellate Court if the trial judge made a legal error B. appeal to the State Supreme Court if the State Appellate Court decision needs review C. appeal to a Federal Appellate Court if the State Supreme Court decision needs review D. appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to correct a state court error that violates the Constitution Weegy: B. appeal to the State Supreme Court if the State Appellate Court decision needs review User: _________________ are called only for criminal matters and hear evidence against a person accused of a crime to decide if the evidence is enough to warrant a trial. A. Petit juries B. Appellate juries C. Elected juries D. Grand juries Weegy: D. Grand juries (More)
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The term “due process” appears in which two Constitutional amendments? A. First and Fourth Amendments B. Sixth and Eighth Amendments C. Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments D. Sixth and Eighteenth Amendments
Weegy: Due Process is mentioned in two places in the Constitution; in the 5th Amendment and in the 14th Amendment. C. Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments (More)
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Ensuring that authorities follow the processes laid out in the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments is called A. exclusive due process. B. proper due process. C. substantive due process. D. procedural due process.
Weegy: Ensuring that authorities follow the processes laid out in the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments is called C. substantive due process. User: what is selective hearing Weegy: Selective Hearing is Selectively Hearing what you want to hear. For example, if your mom said "Take out the trash, Clean your room, and do the dishes before you can eat chocolate cake. [ Until then, you can not eat cake." , you would hear "You can eat chocolate cake." ] User: what happenes if you have lots of bruises all the time Weegy: You’re probably very familiar with bruises caused by blunt trauma. But bruising can occur from surgeries, vascular disorders, nutritional deficiencies, or problems with blood coagulation. [ Tiny capillaries in the skin break open and blood seeps out of them. Chemicals in the blood and surrounding tissue cause the different colors of bruises as they heal. It’s far easier to bruise your mid arm than your palm because the skin of your palm is thicker, providing more cushioning. The elderly bruise more easily because of reduced elasticity and cushioning in their skin. Read more here, , and here ] (More)
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Which of the following is a power that the legislative branch has over the judicial branch? A. the power to review the rulings of the court B. Congress can remove an unpopular judge C. Congress can appoint a judge to the Supreme Court D. the power to deny or grant appointment to the court
Weegy: A. the power to review the rulings of the court User: What is the term of service for any U.S. Supreme Court justice? A. 10 year term B. 15 year term C. life term D. until removed by the president Weegy: C.life term User: Which article of the Constitution created the judicial branch as a separate body from the executive and legislative branches? A. Article I B. Article II C. Article III D. Article IV (More)
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