It depends on your country. In the UK: Minor criminal offences go to the magistrates court. Minor civil offences go to the county court. If you are not from the UK, re-ask the question giving your country.
The Magistrates court has jurisdiction to hear all summary offences, hybrid offences ( also known as either way offences) that occur in their area of jurisdiction. Indictable offences are outside of the jurisdiction of the magistrates court are sent up to the local crown court as they have more sentancing powers than the Magistrates.
A judicial court for trying members of the armed services accused of offences against military. That means a soldier is taken to court for offences against the military basically.
County court and Magistrates Courts i believe.
Those which are prohibited by legislation.
1. Young Offenders 2. Civil Law 3. Family Court 4. Provincial Offences (summary) 5. Federal Offences (Criminal Code, statutes, regulations, some indictable offences)
A zone defense is when you are designated a spot on the court and you guard that spot and all the players that are in your area of the court. A man to man defense is when everyone guards only one player from the other team and you stay with that player no matter where they go.
There is offense and defense. There are five players on the court at a time. The aim is to score as many points against the opposition.
In basketball, the two types of defense a team mostly plays are called man-to-man and zone. The man-to-man defense is where the responsibility of a player on defense is to guard a player on the offense. In the zone defense, the responsibility of the player on defense is to patrol a specific area, or zone, of the court. Click on the 'Zone Defense' link on this page to read an article to learn more.
Any court if you choose a bench trial instead of a trial by jury.,