The issues in Jurisdiction and Venue focus on which courts are permitted to hear which cases, and how courts make judgments concerning certain people and controversies

The issues in Jurisdiction and Venue focus on which courts are permitted to hear which cases, and how courts make judgments concerning certain people and controversies.

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 1. The issues in Jurisdiction and Venue focus on which courts are permitted to hear which cases, and how courts make judgments concerning certain people and controversies, including where a case will be tried. Explain your choices in this scenario by addressing the following questions: Why is a trial venue important and what factors are considered in a potential change of venue? Should people who are charged with crimes, and brought to courts against their will, have any say in whether a court has jurisdiction over them? Why or why not? 2. What are some advantages of the adversary system of justice in the United States? Are there any disadvantages, and if so, what are they? These are 2 separate questions. Please do not do this in essay form. Please list the questions separately. 

The issues in Jurisdiction and Venue focus on which courts are permitted to hear which cases, and how courts make judgments concerning certain people and controversies