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LSUPOLI 4023AllFall

Overview Of The Court

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Role and function of courts: mostly civil disputes divorce is the most common civil dispute, dispute resolution, behavior modification, allocation of g
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Miranda V Arizona Paper

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15 Mar 2019
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Miranda v. arizona was a historical and significant case that gave citizens. This court case came in a time when there was a growing animosity between
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POLI 4023 1 CL

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Ways the law promotes certainty: precedents: decisions in previous cases that guide future decisions, stare decisis: let the decision stand. Divine rig
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Court Organization

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Is the authority of a court to hear and decide a case: a judge cannot decide a case unless they"ve been given the authority to hear the case. Forum sho
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Criminal Courts

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Types of criminal cases: felonies, statues articulate exactly what classifies as a felony, most severe, misdemeanors, traffic tickets most common. Juve
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Judicial Behavior

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Politics have an effect: look at the law and see how it actually functions, rejected the legal model and tried to understand judges" behavior different
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Judicial Selection

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Two competing perspectives: accountability, emphasize responsibility to voters, put into office because of your voters; those who go against the voters
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Lawyers Legal Professions

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Legal education: prior to 1870 people were trained in inns of court in england or u. s. self-taught & apprenticeship, today we have modern law schools,
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POLI 4023

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15 Mar 2019
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States develop their own court systems, so they vary widely by state. State courts jurisdiction comes from the state constitutions. Courts of limited j
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