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Find Io in the network in Fig. P10.5. j1 j4 j2 1 2 + 10 0

Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis | 11th Edition | ISBN: 9781118539293 | Authors: J. David Irwin ISBN: 9781118539293 159

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Problem 10.5

Find Io in the network in Fig. P10.5. j1 j4 j2 1 2 + 10 0 V Io Figure P10.5

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Chapter17Part 4 PretrialMotions  Writtenmotionsorrequeststothecourt on behalfofthegovernmentordefendant o Motionsto dismiss o Motionsto determinecompetency o Motionsto suppressevidence o Motionsto suppressconfessions,admissions,orotherstatements o Motionsto suppresspretrialidentification o Motionsto requiretheprosecutiontodiscloseCI o Motionsforchangeofvenue o Motionsforcontinuance  N.D.R.Crim.P.12(b)  N.D.R.Crim.P.47  N.D.R.Crim.P.48 Arraignment  Firstappearancebeforethecourt  Accusedmustenterapleato thecharge o Notguilty o Guilty o Alfordplea o No contest(nolocontendre)  "I'm not admittingguilt,butI'madmittingthattheevidenceissufficientenough to convictme.Acceptthepleaoffer"  Factualbasis- necessarytoensurethatthefacts are theretosupportthe charge  Court to ensurethatpleasareenteredintoknowinglyandvoluntarily  Can withdrawaguiltypleabeforesentencingforgoodcauseshown  N.D.R.Crim.P10  N.D.R.Crim.P11(a) and(b) PleaBargaining  More than 90% of felonysuspectspleadguiltyornocontesttotheircharges o Pleaseareoftentheresultofabargain struckwiththeprosecutor  Pleabargainsaresubjectto theapprovalofthecourt o Ifthe court rejectstheagreement,thedefendantcanwithdrawtheguiltypleaofaccept themodificationsrequiredbythejudge  N.D.R.Crim.P.11(c)  ArgumentsinSupportofPleaAgreements: o Benefitstheprosecutorwiththeabilitytodisposeofbusyworkload o Benefitsthedefenseattorneywiththeabilitytodisposeofbusyworkload o Benefitsthedefendantbygettingalessersentence o Benefitsthecourtwithabilitytodisposeofbusyworkload  CriticismsofPleaAgreements: o Prosecutormayoverchargeto bargaindown o Promotesinefficiencybecausedefenseattorneysbargainbythreateningtogoto court o Wastestimebecausemostdefendantswillpleadguiltyanyway o Underminestheintegrityofthecriminaljusticesystem o Decidesthedefendant'sguiltwithoutatrial o Allowsdefendantstogetawaywiththeircrimes o Innocentdefendantsareforcedtopleadguiltytotheircrimes  SupremeCourthasupheldthepracticeofpleabargaining o Bradyv. UnitedStates,397 U.S. 742 (1970)  Prosecutorialinducements: o Can persuadethedefendanttoaccepttheplea o Agreementsnottoappeal o Cannotlie o Can "threaten"moreseriouscharges o Can not promiseleniencyforsomeoneelse o Can not coercethepleaagreement  QuestionableInducements: o Court mayimposeanextraordinaryconditionofprobation o Be requiredtoperformsomeactas aquidpro quo fordismissalormorelenient sentence o Court mayimposeanunauthorizedformofpunishment o Statemay offersomeunauthorizedbenefit o Defendantallowedtopleatoanonexistentcharge,nonrelatedcharge,ornon- applicablelesser-includedcharge  Effectsofapleaagreement: o Court notboundby theagreement o Prosecutorsnotboundbythe agreementuntilitisacceptedbythecourt o Defendantwaivesconstitutionalrightssuchasrightto appeal,rightto ajurytrial,right to confrontwitnesses,andtheprivilegeagainstself-incrimination  Conditionalguiltypleas o Victimsgetclosurebutsometimesmayviewtheagreementastoolenient  Elementsofavalidguiltyplea: o Intelligent  Defendantmustunderstandthecharges  Defendantmustunderstandthepossiblesentence  Defendantmustunderstandtherightsgivingup o Involuntariness  Cannotbe theresultofcoercion,threats,orintimidation o FactualBasis  No constitutionalbasisforrequirement  Make surethereisabasisin fact forthe charges

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Textbook: Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis
Edition: 11
Author: J. David Irwin
ISBN: 9781118539293

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