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courts exam one study guide

by: Khaila Coissiere

courts exam one study guide Crju 3700

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American criminal court
Prof Johnson
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Khaila Coissiere on Tuesday February 16, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Crju 3700 at Georgia State University taught by Prof Johnson in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 113 views. For similar materials see American criminal court in Criminal Justice at Georgia State University.

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Date Created: 02/16/16
Chapter One ­ Fragmented and interdependent criminal justice system ­ Organization of U.S. court system – dual  ­ Major types of courts ­ Actors in courthouse ­ Steps in felony prosecution ­ Law on books  ­ Law in action ­ Crime control model ­ Due process model Chapter Two ­ Elements defining law ­ Common law ­ Judge­made law ­ Based on precedent ­ Sources of American law ­ Adversary system ­ Levels of proof ­ Civil disputes ­ Civil remedies ­ Five elements of a crime ­ Criminal defenses Chapter Three ­ Jurisdiction ­ Federal court history ­ Responsibility of judges ­ Diversity jurisdiction ­ Impact of federal courts on criminal justice administration ­ Specialized federal courts Chapter Four ­ Layers of state courts ­ Problem solving courts ­ Court unification ­ Consequences of court organization Chapter Five ­ Courthouse and people who work there ­ Courthouse security  ­ Dynamics of courthouse  ­ Dynamics ­ Court delay ­ Legal ethics Chapter Six ­ Role of prosecutors ­ Federal prosecutors ­ State prosecutors ­ Prosecutorial ethics ­ Key developments ­ Expanding domain Chapter Seven ­  Right to counsel ­ when lawyer is needed during felony prosecution ­ ineffective counsel ­ self­representation ­ being provided with an attorney ­ defense attorney ethics Chapter Eight ­ judges ­ role of judges ­ how to become a judge ­ judging the judge ­ judicial ethics Chapter Nine ­ defendants ­ victims ­ helping victims and witnesses ­


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