Paper 3 - Osuba 1 Rafael Osuba English 1102 Mr. Patel April...

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Osuba 1 Rafael Osuba English 1102 Mr. Patel April 6, 2010 Convicted? Know The Process Common knowledge: each state has a set of rules to abide by when it comes to their court system and how to deal with criminals. Each state is also different from the last. There is no way to truly compare the states and their laws except for the fact that the federal laws are supposed to also serve as guidelines for states to base their laws from. So for my informative essay I chose to explain how the great state of North Carolina worked when it comes to convicting a criminal. This system of courts and criminal processing has worked for this long and it will continue to work. For this paper the thesis is that criminals drag so much of the law enforcer’s time but all worth it to put bad people away; the explanation will be separated into 3 sections: pre-trial, trial, and post-trial live. So I suppose the best place to start would be pre-trial live. Well like in any place the person needs to have been arrested for something he/she had done. This could be a variety of things such as a hit and run, murder, burglary, or what ever law braking crime the person did to get arrested. No matter what the person is being charged with the arresting process is the same with everything else, DUIs and murderers are arrested the same way. So for now so that the explanation is of a convicted criminal lets go with the person being charged with 1st
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Osuba 2 degree murder. According to Lawyers.com once the defendant is placed under arrest the arresting officer has the duty to read him/her their Miranda Rights (The Miranda Rights are: the right to remain silent, the right to have an attorney present during questioning, and the right to have an attorney appointed if you are unable to afford one)(page 1). Once the defendant has arrived at the police station the defendant has to go through
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course ENGL 1102-039 taught by Professor Patel during the Spring '10 term at UNC Charlotte.

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