1. Identify the correct statement about appellate jurisdiction. a. A court exercising a trial…
1. Identify the correct statement about appellate jurisdiction. a. A court exercising a trial function has appellate jurisdiction. b. Jurisdiction to determine the facts of the case and apply the law to them is known as appellate jurisdiction. c. A court exercising appellate jurisdiction can limit its review to the lower court’s theory of the applicable law. d. A court that hears appeals from the intermediate court is said to have appellate jurisdiction. e. A court exercising appellate jurisdiction may reject the facts as determined by the trial court. 2. Intermediate appellate courts: a. retry the evidence and determine whether the trial was conducted in a procedurally correct manner. b. have been established in 40 states. c. are usually known as state supreme courts. d. are usually composed of panels of three judges and are situated in various locations around the state. e. almost always allows the losing party in a limited jurisdiction court to appeal.
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