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CE. 10c Criminal & Civil Cases

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on 6 March 2014

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Transcript of CE. 10c Criminal & Civil Cases

Civil&Criminal Cases
Courts resolve TWO kind of legal conflicts-civil and criminal.
How are two criminal and civil cases similar and different?
Criminal Cases
in a criminal cases, a court determines whether a person accused of breaking the law is guilty or not guilty of a misdemeanor or a felony.
Procedure for criminal cases
1)

a person accused of a crime may be arrested if the police have
probable cause
.
2)

The accused may be committed to
jail
or
released
on bail.

3)
The case proceeds to an
arraignment
where
probable cause is reviewed
, an
attorney
may be appointed for the defendant, and a
plea
is entered.
4)

A
court date
is set, and a
trial is conducted
.
5) a
guilty verdict
may be
appealed.
Civil Case
In a civil case, a court settles a
disagreement
between
two parties
to
recover

damages
or receive
compensation.
Procedure for civil cases
1)

the
plaintiff
files a
complaint
to recover damage or receive compensation .
2) Cases can be heard by a
judge
or a
jury.

3)

Cases can be
appealed.

CRIMINAL CASE
CE.10c - Civil and Criminal Cases
Jail Time
Snapshot
(9c) Describe an international issue or event which would require local government to act?
DASH
D= February 12, 2013
A= Snapshot
HW Review (Song)
Court review
Story of Judicial Review
Trial graphic organizer
Quiz
S= 10bc~ Judicial Review/Court Proceedings
H= Judicial Review/Trial WS, Test Thursday
Marbury v. Madison
1803
Judicial Review
Snapshot
(10a) Which of the following is true about federal courts?

A State district courts are found in every state.
B District courts have original jurisdiction.
C Appeals courts generally hear cases for the first time.
D District courts cannot hear cases involving
federal laws.
Exit Ticket
The outcome of the case has just been released. You work for the Daily Press, What do you put as your headline.
DASH
D- 3/6/14
A- Snapshot
HW: Newspaper assignment
Review Civil & Criminal Case Process
Tablemates: Judicial Review
Political Cartoon
Exit Ticket
S- CE.10bc~ Judicial Review/Civil & Criminal Case
H- So What’s the Big Idea??? Activity sheet
Black History Month Project
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