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La procedura penale - procedura processuale penale

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Criminal pre-trial procedures take place before a trial takes place in a court and after an indictable offence has been committed and reported to the police who will carry out investigations. The pre-trial procedures for an indictable offence include: • Offence committed • Police investigate using questioning, search, DNA, fingerprints and surveillance. • Suspect detained. • Decision made not to charge, charge, or release on caution. • If charged a decision is made to arrest or summon. • If a summon is made the person is released until the trial. • If an arrest decision is made bail or remand is applied for. The person is released until the trial or held in custody. • Committal hearing are held in the Magistrate's Court to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to justify a conviction by the jury in a higher court. • The Public Prosecutor prepares and conducts prosecution. He makes a case for the trial. • Direction hearings are held to allow judges to manage the case, to identify main issues, to reduce delays and costs, and set dates for future events. • Other pre-trial procedures deal with prosecution, summaries, defense response, expert witnesses, case conferences, questions of law and time limits.

    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Criminal pre-trial procedures take place before a trial takes place in a court and after an indictable offence has been committed and reported to the police who will carry out investigations. The pre-trial procedures for an indictable offence include: • Offence committed • Police investigate using questioning, search, DNA, fingerprints and surveillance. • Suspect detained. • Decision made not to charge, charge, or release on caution. • If charged a decision is made to arrest or summon. • If a summon is made the person is released until the trial. • If an arrest decision is made bail or remand is applied for. The person is released until the trial or held in custody. • Committal hearing are held in the Magistrate's Court to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to justify a conviction by the jury in a higher court. • The Public Prosecutor prepares and conducts prosecution. He makes a case for the trial. • Direction hearings are held to allow judges to manage the case, to identify main issues, to reduce delays and costs, and set dates for future events. • Other pre-trial procedures deal with prosecution, summaries, defense response, expert witnesses, case conferences, questions of law and time limits.

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    What is the difference between a civil case and a criminal case

    Janelle A.
    TT
    Janelle A.

    Offence committed. Police and law enforcement agencies investigate alleged crime. Suspects are questioned. Police lay a charge in the Magistrates' Court and a warrant for arrest is issued (summons for less serious offences). Police detain and arrest suspect. If an arrest warrant is issued, the accused person will either be granted bail or held in remand. Committal proceedings in the Magistrates' Court conducted to determine if evidence is of sufficient weight to expect a conviction (if so, accused will be sent for trial in higher court). Accused applies for bail: refused or granted.

    Queenielyn C.
    JP
    Queenielyn C.

    Criminal pre-trial procedure Criminal pre-trial procedure involves an investigation of allegations of criminal activity by law enforcement agencies and the conduct of committal proceedings to determine whether serious cases will proceed to trial. The following describes the general pre-trial processes for an indictable offence: Offence committed. Police and law enforcement agencies investigate alleged crime. Suspects are questioned. Police lay a charge in the Magistrates' Court and a warrant for arrest is issued (summons for less serious offences). Police detain and arrest suspect. If an arrest warrant is issued, the accused person will either be granted bail or held in remand. Committal proceedings in the Magistrates' Court conducted to determine if evidence is of sufficient weight to expect a conviction (if so, accused will be sent for trial in higher court). Accused applies for bail: refused or granted. Director of Public Prosecutions prepares case for trial by filing presentment. Judge conducts directions hearings to streamline preparation for the trial (includes giving directions to hasten proceedings, reduce costs, clarify questions of law and procedure, and set dates for the delivery of court documents).

    Christey W.
    US
    Christey W.

    The criminal pre-trail procedure is an investigation of allegations of criminal activity by law enforcement agencies.

    Abraham M.
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    Abraham M.

    What is the Criminal procedure - criminal pre-trial procedure?

    Charmaine W.
    AU
    Charmaine W.

    Committal proceedings in the Magistrates' Court are conducted to determine if evidence is of sufficient weight to expect a conviction (if so, accused will be sent for trial in higher court).

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What is criminal pre trial and criminal procedure?

    Ella Rose M.
    MY
    Ella Rose M.

    Criminal pre-trial procedure Criminal pre-trial procedure involves an investigation of allegations of criminal activity by law enforcement agencies and the conduct of committal proceedings to determine whether serious cases will proceed to trial. The following describes the general pre-trial processes for an indictable offence: Offence committed. Police and law enforcement agencies investigate alleged crime. Suspects are questioned. Police lay a charge in the Magistrates' Court and a warrant for arrest is issued (summons for less serious offences). Police detain and arrest suspect. If an arrest warrant is issued, the accused person will either be granted bail or held in remand. Committal proceedings in the Magistrates' Court conducted to determine if evidence is of sufficient weight to expect a conviction (if so, accused will be sent for trial in higher court). Accused applies for bail: refused or granted. Director of Public Prosecutions prepares case for trial by filing presentment. Judge conducts directions hearings to streamline preparation for the trial (includes giving directions to hasten proceedings, reduce costs, clarify questions of law and procedure, and set dates for the delivery of court documents).

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