AS Law - Unit 1 (English Legal System, Dispute Solving & The Criminal Court System)

A revision quiz for AS Law - Unit 1.

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What is an Indictable offence?
A serious criminal offence
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What does CPS Stand for?
Crown Prosecution Service
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What two test are used by the CPS?
Evidence & Public Interest Test
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How many Magistrates are usually found in a Magistrates Court?
3
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What qualifications does the Legal Advisor have?
Law Degree
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What does Probation do?
Makes the Defendant a useful member of society
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What ages of people do the Youth Court handle?
10 - 17
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What can be Conditional or Unconditional?
Bail
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Who are Lay people?
Individuals who have no legal training
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Between what ages can you apply to be a Magistrate?
18 - 65
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Between what ages can you sit the bench as a Magistrate?
18 - 70
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In the 1st Tier of the Crown Court which Judge will hear the cases?
High Court Judge
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In which courts are Juries used in?
Crown, High & County Court
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How many people does a Jury sit?
12
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How many people need to agree on something in a Jury for a 'Majority Vote'?
10
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How long does the Jury have to discuss a case before there can be a Majority Vote?
2 Hours & 10 Minutes
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How many people sit the Jury in the County Court?
8
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What does CPS Stand for?

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How many Magistrates are usually found in a Magistrates Court?

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What qualifications does the Legal Advisor have?

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Very helpful quiz, thank you :)

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