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Match the appropriate terms to their definitions. * CPL ARTICLE 1 PART ONE QUESTIONS 1 TO 17

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CPL 1.20. A felony complaint is filed in

CPL 1.20. a misdemeanor complaint is filed in

CPL 1.20. __________means that appearance in court of the defendant after an accusatory instrument has been filed for the purpose of the court acquiring personal jurisdiction over a defendant.

CPL 1.20. a verdict is the announcement by the jury of its decision upon defendant's guilt or innocence (after jury trial), or the________/(_______) (after a nonjury trial).

CPL 1.20. true/false? The District Court is a Superior Court.

CPL 1.20. A__________ means any written notice issued by public servant, requiring a person to appear for a local criminal court in connection with an accusatory instrument filed by which a criminal action has already been commenced.

CPL 1.20. of the following which one does not commence a criminal action? (1. Information; 2. Prosecutors information; 3. Superior Court information).

CPL 1.20. Yes/no? Can a misdemeanor or felony complaint be used as the basis of prosecution?

CPL 1.20. True/false? All informations can serve as the basis for prosecution.

CPL 1.20. true/false? A prosecutor's information may charge a felony.

CPL 1.20. A court acquires personal jurisdiction over defendant at__________.

CPL 1.20. a criminal jury trial commences with the_________.

CPL 1.20. A criminal nonjury trial commences with the_________,__________,________.

CPL 1.20. Conviction means verdict of guilty or________________.

CPL 1.20. a criminal judgment is comprised of ________ and_________.

CPL 1.20. a criminal action commences with the filing of the __________ _____________.

CPL 1.20. The two superior criminal courts are the _________ _______and the_______ __________.

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first opening address, or if there is none, when the first witnesses sworn.

selection of the jury.

accusatory instrument

Supreme Court and the County Court

summons

Court/(judge)

entry of a plea of guilty.

3. Superior Court information because it is used after felony complaint has been filed as defendant waives indictment and DA consents.

arraignment.

No. Exception: misdemeanor complaint can be used as basis for prosecution IF defendant consents.

Conviction and sentence.

lower criminal court

false a prosecutor's information charges one or more offenses, NONE of which is a felony.

False. The District Court is a local criminal court.

arraignment

True

lower criminal court


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