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What are the three branches of government
legislative
executive
judicial
Difference between Grand Jury and Petit Jury,
Grand Jury - probable cause
Petit Jury -guilt
Goals and purposes of the criminal law.
Discourage people from committing crimes
Protect Society
Punish
Rehabilitate
Jurisdiction for the state trial courts
Limite Juridiction
Jurisdiction of federal district court.
General Jurisdiction
Classification of state crimes.
Felony
Misdemeanor
Petty offense
Traffic offense
Traffic infraction
What is the 4th, Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?
•Prohibition of search (papers, persons, houses) and seizure without reason
What is the 5th, Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?
•Prohibition of arrest for answering any capital or infamous crime
•Protection from double jeopardy
•Prohibition of taking private property for public use
What is the 6th, Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?
•Protection of rights of the accused
•Permission for trial by jury
•Right to counsel
What is the 8th, Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?
•Protection from excessive bail
•Prohibition of imposing excessive fines
•Prohibition of cruel and unusual punishments
What is the 10th, Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?
•Reservation of certain powers to the states and/or people who are not delegated to the national government by the US constitution