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What are the two types of cases heard in a courtroom? A. criminal and constitutional B. civil and corporate C. civil and criminal D. constitutional and procedural
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User: What are the two types of cases heard in a courtroom? A. criminal and constitutional B. civil and corporate C. civil and criminal D. constitutional and procedural

Weegy: The two types of cases heard in a courtroom are: CIVIL AND CRIMINAL.
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User: What are the two categories of due process? A. procedural and prescriptive B. substantive and exclusionary C. judicial and legislative D. procedural and substantive

Weegy: The two categories of due process are procedural and substantive.
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User: Which of the following is not a type of judge? A. general trial judges B. federal judges C. appellate court judges D. patent office judges

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The following is not a type of judge: patent office judges.
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