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The right not to be tried twice for the same crime is protected by which amendment? A. Fourth Amendment B. Fifth Amendment C. Sixth Amendment D. Eighth
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User: The right not to be tried twice for the same crime is protected by which amendment? A. Fourth Amendment B. Fifth Amendment C. Sixth Amendment D. Eighth Amendment

Weegy: B. Fifth Amendment
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User: The __________________, the right to due process in the state courts, extends all protections of the U.S. Constitution to the states, so that the states do not make laws to violate it. A. Fourth Amendment B. Seventh Amendment C. Eighth Amendment D. Fourteenth Amendment

Weegy: D. Fourteenth Amendment
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User: Once a jury has found someone guilty, the punishment phase of the trial begins. Put the events below in the correct order that they occur in a trial. 1. The jury decides on punishment. 2. The state and the defense can call witnesses to testify why punishment should be harsh or lenient. 3.The judge instructs the jury about the range of punishments available for this crime. 4. The defendant may testify in his own behalf (plead for a shorter sentence). A. 1, 2, 3, 4 B. 2, 4, 3, 1 C. 4, 2, 1, 3 D. 2, 3, 4, 1

Weegy: D. 2, 3, 4, 1
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User: What are the two main types of federal courts? A. state and federal B. municipal and supreme C. constitutional and special D. constitutional and tribunal

Weegy: A. state and federal are the two main types of federal courts.
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User: Types of jursdiction

Weegy: Appellate Jurisdiction Appellate jurisdiction is a specific kind of legal authority which is oriented not toward legal matters and individuals under the legal system directly, [ but instead to the legal decisions which have already been made by other bodies in regard to these laws and persons. Appellate jurisdiction means that a court, judge, or other entity will be able to hear an appeal as to the rightness of a previous legal ruling and possibly overrule it. Subject Matter Jurisdiction As one of the basic ways in which one can have jurisdiction in the United States legal system, subject matter jurisdiction refers to the category of items over which this kind of legal authority is being exercised. Subject matter jurisdiction can be distinguished from and contrasted with the alternative categories of territorial jurisdiction and personal jurisdiction. Subject matter jurisdiction thus empowers the holder to act toward certain kinds of legal questions. Personal Jurisdiction Personal jurisdiction refers to one basic form of legal authority which can be possessed by a judicial decision-making body. In addition to potentially providing authority over specific people, personal jurisdiction can also provide for authority over some item of property, as will represent the specific instance of in rem personal jurisdiction. The lack of personal jurisdiction powers on the part of an interested court can be overcome with a defendant-signed waiver. ]
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