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When a trial has not jury but rather only a judge hearing and deciding the case, this is called a _______________________. (Like Judge Judy)

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    What are your choices?

    I'll be glad to check your answer.

  • government -

    It's a fill in question
    the teacher didn't give me answer choices :(

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    Check your book, please.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bench_trial

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    i don't have a government text book
    i wonder if the answer is grand jury?

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    No.

    Check the link above.

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    Ms sue,,,,, why don't you ever just give us the answer. You're wasting your time and all of ours. We don't have textbooks for online classes.

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    I agree with Alex 1.

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    It's bench trial you guys. She did give you the answer. smh

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