Role of Judges, Prosecutors, and Defense Attorneys

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The Roles of Judges, Prosecutors, and Defense Attorneys Rupa Pandya DeVry University JADM 240 Instructor: Robert Hall 19-Nov-13 The Roles of Judges, Prosecutors, and Defense Attorneys In this paper, Joe Justice is the prosecutor in the state of Ohio. Justice got a felony packet investigated a robbery at a local grocery store. The subjects are Slick Martin and Jim Lawbreaker. Martin was the one who robbery the back and Lawbreaker was in the car waiting for Martin. After the robbery, the police office found the subject in the car. Everybody in the court have a different part the prosecutor, appointing counsel, and voir dire. The charges against lawbreaker are accessory before the fact and aided. The powerful evidence the police have against them are the DNA and the gun. With an eyewitness that places Martin at the grocery store. When Martin asked for an attorney he invoking the sixth amendment, one question Martin’s lawyer can ask is if he has his rights read to him( Miranda vs. Arizona 1966) as is stated in the reading of the “Miranda Rights” he is by law not entitled to give any statement without a council being present. The last thing the prosecutor can use against Lawbreaker and Martin is working against each other. At a formal arraignment, the judge must read out the charges he or she is being convicted of and inform them of their rights. The judge could ask Martin if he can afford a lawyer. If he can’t get a lawyer the judge can appoint a lawyer for him. The judge will uphold sixth amendment. The case law will be Gideon v. Wainwright, it is important to have the right to the counsel because some lawers don’t know and with a counsel who knows the law and can help you. Since juror #9 doesn’t trust police office to will good for Mr. Acquit’s. The judge can ask Mr. Acquit to force a prima facie case. The judge can put on the record that

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