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Click to edit Master subtitle style  6/2/11 From First Appearance Through Trial Steps in the Judicial Process 
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 6/2/11
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 6/2/11 Four Types: Cash Bond; Property Bond; Release  on Recognizance; Bail Bondsman Due Process v/s Crime Control Perspectives on  Bail Considerations Will they show up for court? Are they a threat to public or self?
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 6/2/11 Pretrial Issues Brady ( Brady v. Maryland  (1963)) Suppress Evidence ( Mapp, Miranda , etc) Right to a speedy trial
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 6/2/11
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 6/2/11 DMV ROLL JURY POOL THE JURY
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 6/2/11 Peremptory Challenges Batson v. Kentucky (1986) JURY POOL THE JURY
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 6/2/11 Steps in the Trial Opening Statements Presentation of Evidence  State’s Case, then Defense’s Case  Direct, Cross, Re-Direct, Re-Cross
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 6/2/11 Hearsay THE MAYOR THE MAYOR’S WIFE WITNESS # 1 WITNESS # 2
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 6/2/11 Did you see  who shot the  Mayor? Yeah, I saw it—the  Mayor’s wife shot him.  
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Unformatted text preview: Im going home now. 6/2/11 State v. Mayors Wife Hearsay : An out-of-court statement offered for the truth of the matter asserted. Translation : If one person gets in court and testifies to what somebody else said. Example : If Witness # 2 gets on the stand and says, I hear a gun shot but didnt see it. I asked the guy next to me if he saw the shooting and he said, Yeah, I saw itthe Mayors wife shot him. Im going home now. W # 2 6/2/11 Steps in the Trial Opening Statements Presentation of Evidence States Case, then Defenses Case Direct, Cross, Re-Direct, Re-Cross Closing Statements Jury Charge, Deliberations, Verdict 6/2/11 Other Dispositions Mistrial Directed Verdict Hung Jury Jury Nullification 6/2/11...
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course CRJU 101 taught by Professor Clement during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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