CHAPTER 11 DISCLOSING
& SUPPRESSING EVIDENCE
Discovery = informal / formal exchange of
a. Mandatory Disclosure = confession or
b. Jencks v. US: Inconsistent statements
of W must be disclosed.
c. Brady v. Mar
CHAPTER 13 TRIAL AND
PETIT JURY: Trial by jury (not a grand jury).
RIGHT TO TRIAL: Dates back to the Magna
US CONSTITUTION right to trial:
1. 6th for Criminal trials.
2. 7th for Civil trials.
Trials and Juries
NOT ALL DEFENDANT
Chapter 2-Law and Crime
-the basis of law is
-$ owed, husband vs.
wife, crimes committed
Law and Crime
Law: a body of rules enacted by public
officials in a legitimate manner and backed
by the force of the State
The American Legal System or
CHAPTER 7 DEFENSE
RIGHT TO COUNSEL:
The 6th Amendment
gives this right to
indigent defendants in
Gideon v. Wainright:in our adversary
system of criminal justice, any person,
hauled into court, who is too poor to hire an
Illicit interrogation techniques used by police should be prohibited
Much of police work involves the interrogation process. The interrogation process
consists of questioning witnesses of a crime scene to figure out what occurred and t
Case Study Chapter 5
1. Has Lisas behavior jeopardized her case or the reputation of the Icuza
Juvenile Probation Office? Why or why not?
I would say that it is inappropriate behavior for Lisa to have participated in
any sort of relationship wi
Administration and Management in Criminal Justice
Conflict, Power, and Ethical Issues
The chapter addresses organizational conflict, including a theoretical model detailing its
progression. The causes of conflict and strategies