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Judges & Lawyers
Bill of Rights
Think Like a Lawyer
Who’s Who in the Courtroom
Judges and Lawyers for $100
What graduate school have judges and lawyers attended?
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All judges have been this for at least 10 years
What is an attorney?
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This is how most lawyers and judges pay for law school
What are loans and scholarships?
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These are the two ways that lawyers can become judges.
What are elections by voters and appointments by governors?
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Decisions by judges must be based on this.
the rule of law?
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This many jurors must agree to convict a criminal defendant.
What is a unanimous jury of 12?
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Amendment Six guarantees a speedy, public, and _________
What is a fair trial?
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These are the three levels of Court:
What is the Appellate Court?
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All immigration cases are heard in this court system
What are federal courts?
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This means that a trial has to start over from the beginning.
What is a mistrial?
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“You have the right to remain silent…”
What is the Fifth Amendment?
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This promises me a lawyer when I face imprisonment.
What is the Right to Counsel in the Sixth Amendment?
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Why we require search warrants signed by judges.
What is the protection against unreasonable Search and Seizure in the Fourth Amendment?
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I have a right to this type of trial if I may be imprisoned.
What is a jury trial?
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This is why I cannot be
put on trial for the
same crime twice.
What is the Double Jeopardy rule in the Fifth Amendment?
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This is how we address a judge.
What is “Your honor”?
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Pro per or Pro Se
Who is someone who has no lawyer or is their own lawyer?
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What you would say to formally protest something during trial?
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This document allows you to order witnesses to court.
What is a subpoena?
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This means that the everyone in court must obey the law and give everyone a fair chance.
What is Due Process?
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This person is trained to record approximately 300 words a minute.
Who is the Court Reporter?
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This sheriff keeps his eyes open to make sure everyone is safe in court.
Who is the bailiff?
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This person acts as the umpire or referee in the courtroom.
Who is the judge?
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This person is fluent in at least two languages and can listen while speaking.
Who is the interpreter?
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These attorneys represent
Who are the prosecutors or deputy district attorneys?