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1012CCJ Court Report

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Type: Assignment - Written Assignment Learning Outcomes Assessed: 1, 2, 3, 4 Weight: 40% Length: Concise responses to 12 questions (approx. 2000 words in total) You will be required to attend a criminal court in your area during the semester. You will need to answer 12 set questions about what you observed, and your reflections on the process. The set questions and more detailed requirements and criteria will be posted on [email protected] in the first week of semester. It is important not to leave this item to the last minute, especially if you live outside a major area where courts may not sit regularly.

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Law Criminal law Government Crimes Legal professions English criminal law Criminal Procedure Indictable offence Summary offence Committal procedure Jury Magistrate Were
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Law Criminal law Government Crimes Legal professions English criminal law Criminal Procedure Indictable offence Summary offence Committal procedure Jury Magistrate Were
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What does the prosecution need to prove in the courtroom for a person to be convicted of a criminal offence (2 marks) The prosecution must obtain enough evidence to convince the judge and the jury that the accused committed the crime or crimes charged against them. The prosecutor must show that all aspects of the crime did happen and that the accused committed the crime, as well as proving that the accused intentionally committed the crime. 2. What are the differences between summary and indictable offences (3 marks) A summary offence is considered a minor crime that a person can be charged with. They begin and conclude in the Magistrates Court. ‘For an offence to be a summary offence; the statute that creates the offence must clearly say it can be dealt with summarily.’ ("Summary v Indictable charges", 2017) Summary offences have...
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