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crim review sheet #4 - CH. 9 WHAT IS THE RESULT OF...

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CH. 9 WHAT IS THE RESULT OF OVERLOADED COURTS? - OVERLOADED COURT DOCKETS HAVE RESULTED IN “ASSEMBLY LINE JUSTICE” IN WHICH: o MOST DEFENDANTS ARE INDUCED TO PLEAD GUILTY o JURY TRIALS ARE RARE (90 TOTAL) o A SPEEDY TRIAL IS USUALLY UNOBTAINABLE WHAT ARE PLEA NEGOTIATIONS? - PLEA NEGOTIATIONS/PLEA BARGAINING o DISCUSSIONS BETWEEN DEFENSE COUNSEL AND PROSECUTION IN WHICH THE ACCUSED AGREES TO PLEAD GUILTY IN EXCHANGE FOR CERTAIN CONSIDERATIONS, SUCH AS REDUCED CHARGES OR A LENIENT EVIDENCE - MORE COMMON THEN GOING TO TRIAL WHAT ARE COURTS OF LIMITED JURISDICTION? - A GENERIC TERM REFERRING TO A COURT THAT HAS JURISDICTION OVER MISDEAMEANORS AND CONDUCTS PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATIONS OF FELONY CHARGES WHAT ARE COURTS OF GENERAL JURISDICTION? - A STATE OR FEDERAL COURT THAT HAS JURISDICTION OVER FELONY OFFENSES—SERIOUS CRIMES THAT CARRY A PENALTY OF INCARCERATION IN A STATE OR FEDERAL PRISON FOR ONE YEAR OR MORE WHAT ARE APPELLATE COURTS? -
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2010 for the course CRM 101 taught by Professor Sanders during the Spring '10 term at University of Manchester.

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crim review sheet #4 - CH. 9 WHAT IS THE RESULT OF...

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