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9/28 Notes - Public Policy of Criminal Justice FISA...

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Public Policy of Criminal Justice: FISA, Surveillance and the War on Terror Preservation Of Individual “Easy” Case Rights Giving up a few Rights to get Effective Law “Hard” Enforcement Cases significant trade offs “Easy” case-giving up a lot of rights to get a little more effective law enforcement The Effectiveness of Law Enforcement Before the Right to Counsel: Summary Type of System: Locus of Action Players -expert/political courtroom Judge, Staff of Clerks, Prosecutors Defense Attorneys, Juries, Witnesses 1950s—A Expert Political Model -Plusses… -Minuses… -Fast (less than 17 -No Checks—legal or procedural-against seconds in some sessions) arbitrary decisions -Open -No voice for defendant/humiliating -Political Responsive -Politically responsive to the individual merits of to community values of the case -Effective???
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After the Right to Trial: A Procedural Timeline Arrest Initial Appearance Preliminary Grand Jury Arraignment Hearing Discovery Trial Verdict Sentencing Appeals & Pre-trial
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