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Procedures in the Justice System

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Edition:
6th
ISBN13:

9780130165848

ISBN10:
0130165840
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
6/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

For undergraduate sophomore-level course in Administration of Justice, or junior-level course in American Criminal Courts. Providing readers with a thorough understanding of our justice system, this popular text explains the duties and responsibilities of the law enforcement agencies, courts, and correctional departments from the time of arrest through the sentencing of the criminal offender. Avoiding confusing legalese, it addresses why we have laws and why those laws are broken, the constitutional rights of an accused, and the underlying philosophy of correctional endeavors. The text helps students gain a deeper understanding of our justice system and of the role each member must play to achieve, through teamwork, law and order for all.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Historical Development of Laws and Crime Causation
1(22)
The Cost of Crime
1(2)
The Early Development of Laws
3(3)
Classification of Crimes and Punishment
6(1)
Crime Causation
7(16)
Historical Development of the Justice System
23(27)
The Invasion of England
24(1)
The Magna Charta
25(1)
Early Treatment of Offenders
26(4)
The Establishment of Juries
30(4)
Historical Development of the Bill of Rights
34(2)
The Bill of Rights
36(1)
Due Process of Law
37(1)
Court Structures
38(12)
The Arrest
50(25)
Arrest of the Law Violator
50(2)
Arrests and Warrants
52(1)
Territorial Jurisdiction to Make an Arrest
53(4)
Force in Effecting an Arrest
57(3)
Miranda and Its Effect
60(3)
Immunity from Arrest
63(2)
Booking
65(1)
Issuance of a Citation
66(1)
The Summons
67(8)
The Initial Appearance
75(24)
Purpose of the Initial Appearance
75(4)
The Complaint
79(1)
The Warrant of Arrest
79(1)
Bail
80(19)
Pretrial Proceedings
99(28)
Arraignment
99(9)
The Grand Jury
108(7)
The Preliminary Hearing
115(4)
The Coroner
119(8)
Place and Time of the Trial
127(16)
Pretrial Action
127(1)
Place of the Trial
127(2)
Time of the Trial
129(14)
The Trial
143(24)
Court Trial Versus Jury Trial
143(7)
Public Trial
150(17)
Confrontation and Assistance of Counsel
167(26)
The Presence of the Defendant at a Trial
167(5)
The Right to Counsel
172(21)
Pretrial Motions, Hearings, and Plea Negotiations
193(22)
Pretrial Right of Discovery
193(5)
The Motion to Suppress Evidence
198(1)
The Motion to Dismiss Charges
199(2)
The Motion for Continuance
201(1)
The Motion for Severance of Offenses
202(1)
The Motion for Severance
203(1)
The Motion to Determine Competency
204(1)
Pretrial Conference
205(1)
Plea Negotiation
205(10)
The Trial: Roles of Major Participants
215(14)
The Adversary System
215(1)
The Judge
216(4)
The Victim and the Perpetrator
220(1)
The Prosecuting Attorney
221(2)
The State Attorney General
223(1)
The Defense Counsel
224(2)
The Clerk of the Court
226(1)
The Bailiff
226(1)
The Court Reporter
227(1)
The Court Commissioner
227(2)
The Jury
229(30)
A Jury of One's Peers
229(3)
The Jury Panel or Jury List
232(4)
Exemption from Jury Duty
236(1)
Challenging the Jurors for Cause
237(6)
Peremptory Challenge
243(3)
Alternate Jurors
246(2)
Sequestering the Jury
248(4)
The Future of the Jury System
252(7)
Trial Procedure
259(38)
Opening Statements
259(2)
Reasonable Doubt
261(1)
Witnesses
262(2)
The Subpoena
264(1)
Examination of Witnesses
265(7)
Introduction of Physical Evidence
272(2)
Defense Presentation
274(3)
Rebuttal by the Prosecution
277(1)
Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
278(8)
Closing Arguments
286(11)
The Jury: Instructions and Deliberation
297(13)
Instructions to the Jury
297(2)
Deliberation
299(11)
The Verdict, Appeals, and Appellate Citations
310(19)
The Verdict
310(7)
Appeals
317(4)
Appellate Court Citations
321(8)
The Sentence and Correctional Procedures
329(30)
History of Punishment
329(4)
Present Sentencing Procedure
333(2)
Types of Sentencing
335(10)
Parole
345(5)
The Fine
350(9)
Sentencing Philosophy and Clemency
359(27)
Punishment as a Deterrence
359(1)
Rehabilitation
360(7)
Correctional Facilities
367(1)
The Correctional Officer
368(3)
The Death Penalty
371(10)
Executive Clemency
381(5)
Extradition, Writs, and Juvenile Justice
386(14)
Extradition
386(4)
Writs
390(3)
Juvenile Justice
393(7)
Victims' Rights
400(17)
The Historical Perspective
400(3)
Restitution
403(3)
Compensation
406(3)
Victim Impact Statements
409(1)
Constitutional Issues
409(8)
Appendix A Outline of Trial Procedure 417(2)
Appendix B Psychological Report on the Issue of Insanity 419(2)
Appendix C Motion for the Production and Inspection of Evidence and Information That May Lead to Evidence 421(2)
Subject Index 423(12)
Case Index 435


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