According to this protection an individual can only be subjected to one

According to this protection an individual can only

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57. According to this protection, an individual can only be subjected to one prosecution or punishment for a single offense in the same jurisdiction. a.double jeopardyb.self-incriminationc.fundamental fairnessd.incorporatione.jurisprudenceANSWER: aREFERENCES: Procedural Criminal LawLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CJIA.COSM.16.03.03 – Describe how procedural criminal law defines the rights of the accuKEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember58. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable search and seizure is found in the:
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dREFERENCES: Procedural Criminal LawLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CJIA.COSM.16.03.03 – Describe how procedural criminal law defines the rights of the accuKEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 59. In a criminal prosecution, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, an impartial jury, and to confront witnesses, which is protected by which amendment? dREFERENCES: Procedural Criminal LawLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CJIA.COSM.16.03.03 – Describe how procedural criminal law defines the rights of the accuKEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 60. Which of the following landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases required
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courts to provide attorneys for poor defendants facing the death penalty? eREFERENCES: Procedural Criminal LawLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CJIA.COSM.16.03.03 – Describe how procedural criminal law defines the rights of the accuKEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 61. The Fourteenth Amendment does the following: a.protects citizens from unreasonable search and seizureb.protects citizens from unreasonable use of force by policec.spreads power between the executive and legislative branchesd.requires states to observe federal due process standardse.provides counsel for indigent defendantsANSWER: dREFERENCES: Procedural Criminal Law
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CJIA.COSM.16.03.03 – Describe how procedural criminal law defines the rights of the accuKEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 62. This U.S. Supreme Court case originally ruled that the protections of the Bill of Rights apply only to the actions of the federal government. cREFERENCES: Procedural Criminal LawLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CJIA.COSM.16.03.03 – Describe how procedural criminal law defines the rights of the accuKEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember
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