In a Texas criminal case, the state may not appeal
A) the trial judge’s suppression of prosecution evidence. B) the trial judge’s granting a motion for a new trial. C) an innocent verdict by the trial court. D) dismissal of a grand jury indictment by the trial judge (may appeal)
The disposition of cases by the courts of appeals is
by majority vote of the justices on the panel that heard the case.
Falling under the probate jurisdiction of county courts is
B) the appointment of guardians of the persons and/or property of minors and incompetents. C) determining the validity of wills of deceased persons. D) distributing the property of persons who died intestate.
When a case can be heard by only one court, that court is said to have
The term jurisdiction refers to
the types of cases that a court is competent to hear and decide.
A violation of the Arlington municipal fire code would be tried in