What facts justify a state court’s exercising personal jurisdiction over - 8128

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What facts justify a state court’s exercising personal jurisdiction over an out-of-state defendant? 

 

A.   The state is most convenient for the plaintiff.

 

B.   The plaintiff lives in that state.

 

C.   The defendant has sufficient contacts with the state such that the state’s exercise of personal jurisdiction of him in not unfair.

D.   The defendant lives within 100 miles of that state.

 

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What facts justify a state court’s exercising personal jurisdiction over an out-of-state defendant?