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Felonies; Misdemeanors Criminal Cases
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Cases that originate from the government. Indictments relate to ____, but not ____.
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Felony Felonies and Misdemeanors
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Two kinds of crime: A crime that is punishable by one or more years in prison or $1000 or more in fines.
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Indictment Misdemeanor
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A crime that is punishable by up to one year in prison or up to $1000 in fines. If the crime is a felony, the government originates cases with ____ from a grand jury.
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True Bill or No Bill Grand Jury
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Attorneys present the evidence the government has and asks such jurors for an indictment. The grand jury’s answer to an indictment:
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Indictment True Bill; No Bill
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The indictment from a grand jury is a ____, but if they don’t indict, they issue a ____. It is not granted very rarely because government representatives are the only people in the grand jury room.
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Information Indictment
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There’s enough evidence to charge someone with a crime; doesn’t mean they’re guilty. The document filed when the government charges someone with a misdemeanor.
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Criminal Case Indictment
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The government charges people with a felony. A case where crimes upset the social order of the play you live.
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Penal Code Crimes
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Upset the peace and tranquility of the community you live in. Criminal code which is an addition to the common law of England.
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1. Murder 2. Rape 3. Sodomy 4. Mayhem 5. Larceny 6. Arson Crimes
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7. Manslaught er 8. Burglary
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considered a state and federal offense if they don’t conflict (i.e. robbery).
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course BUL 3130 taught by Professor Tessitore during the Summer '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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