OpenStudy (anonymous):

GIVING MEDALDS ! PLEASE HELP!

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which of the following accurately explains the distinction between jurisdiction and original jurisdiction? A. Original jurisdiction refers to legal territory, while jurisdiction simply means the area in which law enforcement may arrest someone. B. While jurisdiction refers to the legal territory in which a court may hear a case, original jurisdiction refers to the power of courts to hear a case for the first time. C. While jurisdiction refers to legal territory, original jurisdiction refers to the power of the Supreme Court to make the final decision. D. While original jurisdiction refers to the area in which law enforcement may arrest someone, jurisdiction usually refers to the legal territory in which a court may exert its authority.

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@justsmile531

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Original Jurisdiction means the case can be brought to that court first, before being heard in a lower court. Appellate Jurisdiction means the case can only be brought to that court after it has been heard in a lower court and the decision has been appealed. Discretionary Jurisdiction means the court has the power to decide whether to hear a particular case brought before it. Don't know if that helps, but I hope it does :)

3 years ago
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