Texas Death Court Cases

Texas death court cases
Yes this is homework I cant find the answers to these last couple questions anywhere..?

in the adversary system, a criminal defendant:
A. Must testify
B. Cannot demand a jury trial
C. May not call witnesses in his defense
D. Is presumed by law to be innocent
E. None of the above
in death penalty cases:
A. Appeals are discretionary
B. Appeals are mandatory
C. Executions are immediate. Appeals would be useless
D. An appeal may be taken to the trial court
E. None of the above
At trial of a criminal case, the defendant:
A. Is presumed by law to be guilty
B. Must prove his innocence
C. Must testify
D. All of the above
E. None of the above
A defendant found guilty of murder is determined to be mentally retarded. Which statement below is correct?
A. His conviction will be overturned by the Appellate Court since he did not have the mental capacity to commit murder.
B. He is eligible for the death penalty.
C. He is eligible for the death penalty but only in Texas.
D. All of the above.
E. None of the above

D forr sure

I’m not sure maybe E

E

and E

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