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Lecture Notes for LAWJ 05175 - SURVEY CRIMINAL JUSTICE-RS at Rowan (RU)

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Material Type:Note
Professor:Staff
Class:LAWJ 05175 - SURVEY CRIMINAL JUSTICE-RS
Subject:Law/Justice
University:Rowan University
Term:Fall 2010
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Stephanie Russo CHAPTERS 1-5 REVIEW Grand Jury -hear the evidence and determine whether there is sufficient evidence to bring the person to trial -investigate criminal activity generally -investigate the conduct of a public agency or official -spoken to by prosecutor Arraignment -hearing before a court having jurisdiction in a criminal case in which the identity of the defendant is established -defendant is informed of their rights and the charge -defendant to required to enter a plea Petit Jury -declare guilty or not guilty -determine any question or issue of fact in any civil or criminal action according to law and the evidence introduced at the trial. Probable Cause -necessary level of belief that would allow for police seizures of individuals and full searches -set of facts and circumstances that induce a person to believe that a specified person has committed a specified crime -reasonable grounds to make or believe an accusation -reason...
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