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The question as to whether a person should be granted bail is decided before that person goes to court. This is known as a pretrial matter. If bail is granted, it allows a person to remain at liberty until the next stage of their case. The police have the power to grant bail to people who have been charged or people who are yet to be charged. If the person is not charged it is so they can further the investigation, if they are charged it is so they can remain at liberty until the court date.
Policy Analysis: Illegal Immigration By: Sheila Battle CJA/464 Criminal Justice Policy Analysis October 29, 2012 Instructor: James MC Dermott Policy Analysis: Illegal Immigration There are different issues that affect public policy pertaining to the criminal justice system; the one issue that the author in this paper will analyze is illegal immigration. In this paper the author will describe the issue illegal immigration, determine whether the policy is a regulatory or legislative-initiated policy, and who imitated the issue or policy. The author will also determine is there a constitutional issue and how will the issue or policy affects the community, the accused, and the victims. Illegal Immigration Illegal immigration is when
An example of due process would be Miranda Rights, “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have a right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you.” These rights are intended to protect the arrestees Fifth Amendment right to refuse to answer self-incriminating questions (Clark, R. 2013). In most cases, after a person has been arrested emotions and adrenaline can play a huge factor in their decision making, resulting in a false statement or confession.
This amendment says that the defendant is entitled to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury. He also has the right to face his accuser and know the nature of the crime he is accused of. He also has the right to obtain witnesses in his favor and to have Assistance of Counsel for his defence. He is also to have the trial in the district where it was supposed to have been committed. The Eighth Amendment protects the defendant from being charged excessive bail.
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Under the Fourteenth Amendment, it prohibits the execution of mentally retarded people. The issue at hand is the standard of decency to help mark the progress of society. This issue will help determine which punishments can be sentenced with out it being cruel and unusual punishment. The Supreme Court of the U.S. affirmed that it is cruel and unusual punishment to impose the death sentence on a juvenile who has committed a crime under the age of 18 through the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendment (Cornell, 2009).The reasoning for the rejection of the death penalty on juveniles is that can not be classified as being the worst of offenders. Juveniles are way too vulnerable to conduct in behavior that is too immature and irresponsible (Cornell, 2009).