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Officials whose jobs are not provided for in the constitution but are required by law are known as_____.

A. constitutional officers
B. secretaries of state
C. deputies
D statutory officials

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  1. A law is what? Look up synonyms for "law".

    posted by Reed
  2. 1:C
    2:D
    3:B
    4:B
    5:true
    6:B
    7:A
    8:A,B,&C
    9:B
    These answers are right for Steps in the Criminal Justice System and Juveniles. ;3

    posted by Anonymous

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