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La procedura penale: procedura processo penale

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Criminal trials are brought before the Supreme Court if they are serious. How a trial proceeds depends on whether the accused pleads guilty or not guilty. Criminal trial procedures include the following stages: • Arraignment - where the indictment is read out in court and the accused pleads guilty or not guilty to the charges. • If the accused pleads guilty the case goes to sentencing. The prosecutor presents a summary of evidence that the accused agrees with. Any prior convictions are read out. Character witnesses may present evidence. Character references may be submitted. Mitigating circumstances are considered. Victim impact statements may be read out. A plea for leniency will be made. The judge will announce the sanction. • If the accused pleads not guilty the trial will be begin. The adversary system of trial is used. The prosecutor must prove his case beyond reasonable doubt. • A jury of 12 to 15 is empanelled. • Prosecution gives his opening address. • Accused replies. • Witnesses are ordered out of court. They may listen to opening addresses but are removed from court when other witnesses are questioned. • Prosecution presents their case. • Accused presents his case. • Each witness is examined-in-chief by the prosecution, cross-examined by the accused's counsel and re-examined by the prosecution. • Accused may submit a no case to answer. If successful the judge can enter a finding of not guilty. • The accused presents his case. • Each witness is examined-in-chief by the accused counsel, cross-examined by the prosecution and re-examined by the accused counsel. • Prosecution gives their closing address. • Accused gives his closing address. • The judge gives his direction to the jury. • The jury gives their verdict. • If the verdict is guilty the case goes for sanctioning. The prosecutor presents a summary of evidence that the accused agrees with. Any prior convictions are read out. Character witnesses may present evidence. Character references may be submitted. Mitigating circumstances are considered. Victim impact statements may be read out. A plea for leniency will be made. The judge will announce the sanction. • If the verdict is not guilty but guilty of a lesser offence such as manslaughter not murder a different sentence made. • If the verdict is not guilty the accused is acquitted. • If the jury is hung which means the jury cannot decide the verdict a new trial to is to be arranged. • Finally an appeal may be made against the verdict.

    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Criminal trials are brought before the Supreme Court if they are serious. How a trial proceeds depends on whether the accused pleads guilty or not guilty. Criminal trial procedures include the following stages: • Arraignment - where the indictment is read out in court and the accused pleads guilty or not guilty to the charges. • If the accused pleads guilty the case goes to sentencing. The prosecutor presents a summary of evidence that the accused agrees with. Any prior convictions are read out. Character witnesses may present evidence. Character references may be submitted. Mitigating circumstances are considered. Victim impact statements may be read out. A plea for leniency will be made. The judge will announce the sanction. • If the accused pleads not guilty the trial will be begin. The adversary system of trial is used. The prosecutor must prove his case beyond reasonable doubt. • A jury of 12 to 15 is empanelled. • Prosecution gives his opening address. • Accused replies. • Witnesses are ordered out of court. They may listen to opening addresses but are removed from court when other witnesses are questioned. • Prosecution presents their case. • Accused presents his case. • Each witness is examined-in-chief by the prosecution, cross-examined by the accused's counsel and re-examined by the prosecution. • Accused may submit a no case to answer. If successful the judge can enter a finding of not guilty. • The accused presents his case. • Each witness is examined-in-chief by the accused counsel, cross-examined by the prosecution and re-examined by the accused counsel. • Prosecution gives their closing address. • Accused gives his closing address. • The judge gives his direction to the jury. • The jury gives their verdict. • If the verdict is guilty the case goes for sanctioning. The prosecutor presents a summary of evidence that the accused agrees with. Any prior convictions are read out. Character witnesses may present evidence. Character references may be submitted. Mitigating circumstances are considered. Victim impact statements may be read out. A plea for leniency will be made. The judge will announce the sanction. • If the verdict is not guilty but guilty of a lesser offence such as manslaughter not murder a different sentence made. • If the verdict is not guilty the accused is acquitted. • If the jury is hung which means the jury cannot decide the verdict a new trial to is to be arranged. • Finally an appeal may be made against the verdict.

    Nöelle L.
    IE
    Nöelle L.

    In the criminal trial procedure involves prosecution of criminal offences and been cross-examined by both counsels and give summaries from both representatives to the jury and appeals can be launched.

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    Outline the criminal procedure in a trail

    Louis M.
    ZA
    Louis M.

    judge sentences accused,appeal may be launched.

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    During criminal pre-trial procedure police investigations help determine whether cases proceed to trial Criminal trial procedure involves the prosecution of criminal offences before the courts, according to their degree of seriousness. arraignment: accused has the charges read to them plea of guilty or not guilty if guilty, court hears submissions from both counsel (character evidence, prior convictions, mitigating circumstances) prior to sentencing the accused if not guilty, jury of 12-15 empanelled case for the Crown presented witnesses are examined-in-chief, cross-examined, and possibly re-examined; at conclusion of Crown case, defence may submit 'no case to answer' if defence submission of no case to answer succeeds, judge may direct jury to acquit accused if defence submission fails, trial proceeds with defence evidence witnesses are examined-in-chief, cross-examined, and possibly re-examined at conclusion of defence case, Crown Prosecutor presents final address and summary defence counsel presents final address and summary trial judge gives final address and summary to the jury, emphasising standard of proof being 'beyond reasonable doubt' jury considers its verdict; verdict returned: guilty or not guilty if not guilty, accused is acquitted and freed if guilty, judge accepts submissions from counsel about character evidence, prior convictions, mitigating circumstances judge sentences accused appeal may be launched.

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    what are criminal trial procedure

    Sione Siotonu F.
    TO
    Sione Siotonu F.

    Criminal trial procedure the prosecution role is to proof to the jury that the accused is guilty as charge.The defendant brought wittness to defence himself.while the jury decide the verdict at end of the procedure.

    Queenielyn C.
    JP
    Queenielyn C.

    Criminal trial procedure During criminal pre-trial procedure police investigations help determine whether cases proceed to trial Criminal trial procedure involves the prosecution of criminal offences before the courts, according to their degree of seriousness. arraignment: accused has the charges read to them plea of guilty or not guilty if guilty, court hears submissions from both counsel (character evidence, prior convictions, mitigating circumstances) prior to sentencing the accused if not guilty, jury of 12-15 empanelled case for the Crown presented witnesses are examined-in-chief, cross-examined, and possibly re-examined; at conclusion of Crown case, defence may submit 'no case to answer' if defence submission of no case to answer succeeds, judge may direct jury to acquit accused if defence submission fails, trial proceeds with defence evidence witnesses are examined-in-chief, cross-examined, and possibly re-examined at conclusion of defence case, Crown Prosecutor presents final address and summary defence counsel presents final address and summary trial judge gives final address and summary to the jury, emphasising standard of proof being 'beyond reasonable doubt' jury considers its verdict; verdict returned: guilty or not guilty if not guilty, accused is acquitted and freed if guilty, judge accepts submissions from counsel about character evidence, prior convictions, mitigating circumstances judge sentences accused appeal may be launched.

    Christey W.
    US
    Christey W.

    The criminal trail procedure involves the presecution of criminal offenses before the courts, according to their degree of seriousness,the plea of guilty or not guilty, and the courts hears submissions from both counsel if guilty.

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