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400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 Bringing the Accused to Trial Awaiting the Trial Juries And Jury Selection Presenting the Evidence Miscellaneous
Instead of arresting and taking the suspect into custody, the police can use this.
What is an appearance notice?
A document presented to a judge that states why the officer, on reasonable grounds, believes the offence was committed by the suspect.
What is a swear an information?
If a suspect resists arrest, the police can use this in order to prevent escape.
What is as much force as necessary?
If the officer can demonstrate that the accused will not appear in court voluntarily, the officer can do this.
What is arrest the suspect?
A citizen can make an arrest if he/she finds a person committing an indictable offence, the suspect is escaping from the lawful authority or this.
What is if he/she is in lawful possession of the property?
A pre-trial release is usually called this.
What is bail?
An individual who agrees to take the responsibility of making sure the accused appears in court.
What is a surety?
An agreement that the accused will pay a certain amount of money if he/she fails to appear in court for trial.
What is recognizance?
An informal procedure where the accused may plead guilty of a less serious offence or a recommendation to the judge for a lighter sentence.
What is plea bargaining?
A written accusation that the defendant has committed the named offence.
What is a bill of indictment?
Jury trials are only required in these types of cases.
What are indictable offences?
The limit to the number of challenges for cause lawyers may use when choosing a jury.
What is no limit?
The Crown or defense attorney can eliminate a prospective juror without giving a reason.
What is a peremptory challenge?
The number of peremptory challenges attorneys are allowed in a trial where the accused is charged with 1 st degree murder.
What is 20?
The judge orders that the jury be isolated from their families, friends, and work.
What is sequestering the jury?
Suggests to the witness a particular answer which are generally not permitted during direct examination.
What are leading questions?
An eyewitness account of the crime.
What is direct evidence?
This type of evidence is presented in court when there is no one to provide eyewitness testimony.
What is circumstantial evidence?
Occurs when a witness gives false evidence, knowing it is false, and with intent to mislead.
What is perjury?
A mini-trial that takes place during the trial where the judge, the Crown, and the defense discuss the issue that is keeping the trial from moving forward.
What is voir dire?
This may be combined with fines or imprisonment and carries conditions that are intended to help reintegrate and rehabilitate offenders.
What is probation?
This crime occurs if two or more persons make a serious agreement to perform an illegal act.
What is conspiracy?
Proof that the accused could not possibly have committed the offence. It is the best possible defence.
What is an alibi?
This psychologist believed that all humans have criminal tendencies.
Who was Sigmund Freud?
Involves deliberately closing your mind to the possible consequences of your actions.
What is willful blindness?
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