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Courts of limited jurisdiction are named as such because:

a. all cases in that type of jurisdiction handle 1–2 particular types of crime, making a limited scope.
b. they are restricted to hearing minor or less serious civil and criminal cases.
c. they not only review facts but procedures of the case to limit judicial decision making.
d. they were named this when each state was only allowed to have one court.

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