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Which of the following is not true of federal district judges

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Which of the following is not true of federal district judges?

They are nominated by the president.

They must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

They must reside in their district.

There is only one judge per district.
Question 2
In states without intermediate appellate courts, state supreme courts

have complete discretion over the cases placed on their dockets.

have no power to choose which cases will be placed on their dockets.

hear only civil cases.

hear only criminal cases.
Question 3
Which of the following statements is true about trial courts of limited jurisdiction?

All states have at least one trial court of limited jurisdiction.

Some states do not have any trial courts of limited jurisdiction.

Circuit courts are considered trial courts of limited jurisdiction.

These courts focus on felony case processing.
Question 4
Although a prosecutor may believe that a given defendant violated the law, s/he may decide against moving forward with prosecution based on a belief that no jury would come back with a guilty verdict. This represents a discretionary decision based on

legal judgment

policy priority

personal philosophy

judicial restraint

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