CJ227-01 Unit 4 Assignment - Legal Rights Afforded to the Accused.docx

The defendant can make the following pleas guilty not

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the arraignment a plea will be entered or time will be requested to consider the plea. The defendant can make the following pleas: guilty, not guilty, nolo contendere, not guilty by reason of insanity, former jeopardy, or former judgment of acquittal or conviction. A trial must take place if the plea of not guilty or not guilty by reason of insanity is entered. During John’s arraignment his information will be verified with the Judge and he will be reminded of his constitutional rights. His charge(s) and possible punishment(s) will be explained to him. John may either ask for legal counsel, or waive the right to legal counsel and defend himself. He will also have to provide the court with a plea or request for additional time to figure out how he would like to plead. His bail will also be determined. References Davidson, Joshua. (2010 April 9). What is the Difference Between a Grand Jury and a Preliminary Hearing? Retrieved from - defense-blog/2010/april/what-is-the-difference-between-a-grand-jury-and-/ Roberson, C., Harvey Wallace. (1/2015). Procedures in the Justice System, 11th Edition. [Purdue University Global Bookshelf]. Retrieved from Perkins, Sheehan Madeleine. (2017 August 5). A grand jury investigation is underway in the Trump-Russia probe here's how they work. Retrieved from
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  • Fall '15
  • grand jury, Mirandize John Doe

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