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Flashcards in CPL Article 10 Deck (18)
1

T/F submission of papers not in compliance with this section is grounds for denial or granting of any motion.

False


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2

A district court is a ______ court

Local criminal


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3

A justice court is a ______ court

Local criminal


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4

The courts which have exclusive trial jurisdiction over all felonies are _____ courts.

Superior


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5

Local criminal courts have preliminary jurisdiction over ______ offenses

All


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6

Local criminal courts have concurrent trial jurisdiction with superior courts over all _______.

Misdemeanors


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7

Local criminal courts have exclusive trial jurisdiction over ______ offenses

Petty


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8

T/F superior court judge sitting as LCC has a trial jurisdiction over all offenses.

False


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9

T/F county court judge sitting as a LCC has a trial jurisdiction over all offenses

False


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10

The two types of criminal courts are _______ and _______

Local criminal courts and superior courts



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11

T/F the New York City criminal court is a superior court.

False.



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12

Which of the following has the power to adopt, amend and rescind forms?
A. The Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals
B. Any judge of the Supreme Court
C. Any judge of the Court of Appeals
D. The chief administrator of the courts

D. The chief administrator of the courts



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13

A superior court judge sitting as a LCC has:
1. Trial jurisdiction over felonies only
2. Preliminary jurisdiction over felonies only
3. Both preliminary and trial jurisdiction over felonies
A. Only 1 is correct
B. Only 2 is correct
C. All (1, 2 and 3) are not correct
D. Only 3 is correct

B. Only 2 is correct



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14

Choose the best answer: Superior courts have trial jurisdiction over all:
A. Misdemeanors, concurrent with that of LCC
B. Felonies (exclusive trial jurisdiction)
C. Petty offenses (when charged in an indictment).
D. All of the above

D. All of the above



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15

Which is not correct?
A. Local criminal courts have trial jurisdiction over all offenses
B. Local criminal courts have trial jurisdiction over petty offenses
C. Local criminal courts have trial jurisdiction over misdemeanors
D. Superior courts have trial jurisdiction over petty offenses (by indictment)

A. Local criminal courts have trial jurisdiction over all offenses



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16

Which of the following pairs contains two local criminal courts?
A. Town court and county court
B. District court and justice court
C. County court and district court
D. Justice court and court of appeals

B. District court and justice court



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17

Which of the following pairs contains two superior courts?
A. Town court and county court
B. District court and justice court
C. County court and Supreme Court
D. Justice court and court of appeals

C. County court and Supreme Court



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18

T/F a city court must have the word "city" in its title to be denominated as such.

False.


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