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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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selection of the jury.

lower criminal court

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

Court/(judge)

arraignment.

False. The District Court is a local criminal court.

arraignment

Conviction and sentence.

summons

Supreme Court and the County Court

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

lower criminal court

accusatory instrument

entry of a plea of guilty.

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

True

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


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