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CRIMJ 220 Exam Two: RIGHTS TO COUNSEL DURING STEPS IN FELONY PROSECUTI

CRIMJ 220 Exam Two: RIGHTS TO COUNSEL DURING STEPS IN FELONY PROSECUTI

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School: Pennsylvania State University Altoona
Department: Criminology and Criminal Justice
Course: Courts
Professor: Mary probst
Term: Spring 2019
Tags: Case Studies, CRIMJ220, courts, prosecution, process, PSUA, and Exam 2
Cost: 25
Name: CRIMJ 220 Exam Two: RIGHTS TO COUNSEL DURING STEPS IN FELONY PROSECUTIONS
Description: This is part of the exam two study guide, and this contains cases from chapter seven prosecutions that you should know about.
Uploaded: 03/11/2019
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Arrest

No lawyer required

Initial Appearance

Lawyer required if critical stage (Rothgery v. Gillespie County, 2008)

Bail

Lawyer required if critical stage (Coleman v. Alabama, 1970)

Charging

No lawyer required

Preliminary Hearing

Lawyer required (Coleman v. Alabama, 1970)

Grand Jury

No lawyer allowed

Arraignment

Lawyer required (Hamilton v. Alabama, 1961)

Interrogation (preindictment)

Lawyer on request (Miranda v. Arizona, 1966)

Interrogation (postindictment)

Lawyer required (Massiah v. U.S., 1964)

Lineup (preindictment)

No lawyer required (Kirby v, Illinois, 1972)

Lienup (postindictment)

Lawyer required (U.S. v. Wade, 1967)

First Appeal

Lawyer required (Douglas v. California, 1963)

Discretionary Appeal

No lawyer required (Ross v. Moffitt, 1974)