Crim review sheet #5

Crim review sheet #5 - Ch. 10 Who is the prosecutor and...

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Ch. 10 Who is the prosecutor and what are some of their main responsibilities? - Appointed or elected to be a public prosecutor responsible for bringing the state’s case against the accused and must abide by the American Bar Association’s Model Code of Professional Responsibility o Politically related - General duties include representing the government, maintaining proper standards of conduct, developing programs and legislation for law and criminal justice reform, and being a public salesperson - Main duty is representing the government while presenting the state’s case to the court What are the different types of prosecutors? - Attorney General o The chief legal officer and prosecutor of each state and of the United States - District Attorney o The county prosecutor who is charged with bringing offenders to justice and enforcing the criminal laws of the state What are some ways that prosecutors work with law enforcement? -
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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 #5 - Ch. 10 Who is the prosecutor and...

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