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If a case is remanded it (Ch: 12 The Judiciary) A. is sent to the supreme court of the state in question. B. is sent back to the court that heard the case. C. can only be of a civil
nature-criminal cases cannot be remanded. D. must be decided within the calendar year. E. is not subject to any further action by the courts.
D. must be decided within the calendar year.
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User: If a case is remanded it (Ch: 12 The Judiciary) A. is sent to the supreme court of the state in question. B. is sent back to the court that heard the case. C. can only be of a civil nature-criminal cases cannot be remanded. D. must be decided within the calendar year. E. is not subject to any further action by the courts.

Weegy: D. must be decided within the calendar year.
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User: Subject to review by the state supreme court, the Judicial Council can remove state judges for cause

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