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Cj 250 - Judicial Process

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CJ 250 Study Guide Part 1 1 Which of the following is most frequently applied criminal sanction a Probation 2 Which of the following is true about the death penalty a The US is virtually the only western democracy to use the death penalty 3 How many states in the US use the death penalty a About of the state 4 Legislatures construct sentencing guidelines according to two dimensions These dimensions are 5 Which of the following are True concerning appeals a Most appeals by criminal defendants are unsuccessful 6 All of the following are purposes of the appeals process except 7 Appeals are mandatory in these cases a A defendant who is found guilty of capital crime 8 Who decides whether a plea of guilty is intelligent and voluntarily given a Judge 9 Which region of the US has the highest of those awaiting execution a South 10 Who grants pardon in the United States a Presidents and state governors 11 A legal petition requesting that a judge examine weather an individual is being properly detained is called a write to habeas carpus 12 The sentencing philosophy that focuses on the treatment of the offender is rehabilitation 13 The sentencing philosophy that can be best summed up by the phrase An eye for and eye a tooth for a tooth is retribution 14 An appeal is a request to higher court to review the actions of lower court 15 Punishment that are less severe and costly than prison but more restrictive than traditional probation are called intermediate sanctions 16 Probation is a sentence that offender is allowed to serve under supervision in the community 17 The conditional release of an offender from incarnation but not from legal custody of the state is called parole 18 An action of the executive branch of the state or federal government excusing an offense and absolving the offender is called pardon 19 The process by which defendants plead guilty to criminal chares with the expectations of receiving some benefit from the state is called pleabargaining 20 Beyond a



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