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  • Rafael Salame 10b

  • Index 1.- Courtroom Words. 4 - 25 2.- Courtroom Expresions. 27 - 30 3.- Stages of Criminal Case .. 32 - 40 4.- Character analysis ... 42 - 43 5.- Plot analysis

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  • Rafael Salame Haiat 10th B

  • Unlawful removal of a person (often a

    child) from their home environment.

    Abduction

    4

  • The protection given to parliamentary

    and court proceedings that any information produced or revealed in them cannot give rise to an action for defamation.

    Absolute Privilege

    5

  • A person who assists in the commission

    of a crime, as distinguished from the principal offender.

    Accessory

    6

  • A person appointed to manage the

    estate of a person who has died without leaving a will, or the financial affairs of a person who lacks legal capacity (q.v.). Fem: administratrix.

    Administrator

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  • A pledge that statements made are true

    which may be made in place of an oath if an oath is contrary to a person's religious belief or if the person has no religious belief. It can be used where a person is giving evidence in a court or where a declaration or affidavit is being made.

    Affirmation

    8

  • To assist someone else to commit an

    offence without actually participating in the offence.

    Aid and Abet

    9

  • The standard of proof (q.v.) required in

    civil law (q.v.) cases, i.e. it is more probable than not that what the person says happened is true.

    Balance of Probabilities

    10

  • When the financial affairs of an

    individual are taken over by a trustee, following the individual becoming unable to pay his or her debts.

    Bankruptcy

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  • A notice given to an appropriate officer

    ordering him or her not to take a certain step until the person giving the notice (the caveator) has had an opportunity to object.

    Caveta

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  • A person who has been charged with a

    criminal offence, or whom a civil action has been brought against.

    Defendant

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  • Expulsion from a country of a resident

    non-citizen who has committed a serious crime or is considered a threat to national security.

    Deportation

    14

  • A hearing held before the full hearing

    so that the court or tribunal can give directions to the parties about how the action should proceed.

    Directions Hearing

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  • The obligation of a person to exercise

    reasonable care in the conduct of an activity. Breach of a duty of care which causes damage or loss to another may give rise to an action in tort (q.v.).

    Duty of Care

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  • A police "line up" held so a witness to

    an offence can try to identify a suspect among other people of similar appearance.

    Identification Parade

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  • The official decision of the Court upon

    the claims of parties to an action or suit lodged with the Court for determination. Also known as a decision of the Court.

    Judgment

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  • In civil or criminal proceedings, a

    submission by one party that the other party has failed to establish a case to answer (prima facie case). If successful such a submission results in dismissal of the case.

    No Case

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  • Most important.

    Paramount

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  • A debt that must be accepted for

    proportional payment from available funds by the trustee of a bankrupt (q.v.), and from which the bankrupt is released on discharge from bankruptcy.

    Provable Dept

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  • An officer of the court responsible

    primarily for enforcement of court orders.

    Sheriff

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  • Damages (q.v.) paid for pain and

    suffering, disfigurement or loss of earning capacity or enjoyment of life. Compare: general damages (q.v.).

    Special Damages

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  • A minor offence heard and decided in a

    Magistrates' Court and not sent for trial before a judge and jury.

    Summary Offence

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  • A special bank account where a lawyer

    deposits money held on behalf of other people, subject to strict accounting rules.

    Trust Account

    25

  • As jurors you are not to be swayed by

    sympathy. Bail should be continued. Call your next witness. Can you tell the jury ? Could you briefly describe ?

    Commands

    27

  • Have you read the pre-sentence report? Have you received a copy of the complaint? Have you retained a lawyer or has one been

    appointed for you? Have you reviewed the pre-sentence report

    with your client? Is that your testimony?

    Requests for Information

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  • May I call my first witness? May I have the witness approach (the

    blackboard, etc.)? May I inquire? May I publish these (photographs, etc.) to the

    jury? May it please the court

    Rquests for Permission

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  • I deny your motion. I dont have any objection. I find that the government has sustained its

    burden aided by the presumption. I have a procedural matter. I have no further questions. I have to reserve an application.

    Statements

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  • An arrest is when a

    police desides to take someone to custody because he is doing some kind of crime.

    Arrest

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  • When you add to your record the criminal case.

    Booking

    33

  • When the criminal can

    pay the an amount of money suggested to be released.

    Bail

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  • The first judgement made to the criminal, where they

    read all he did.

    Arraignment

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  • When the criminal accepts his charges and the court

    lowers the sentence.

    Plea Bargain

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  • When the judgment says if the defendant is gulty or

    not guilty.

    Trial

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  • The time determined for the guilty to stay in jail.

    Sentence

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  • When the defendant asks for his case to be reviewed

    by a higher power judge.

    Appeal

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  • I took all this information from: http://www.justia.com/criminal/docs/stages-of-a-

    criminal-case.html

    Bibliography

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  • Rafael Salame 10b

  • It doesnt say his name, but they told him in the jury Occupation: The movie doesnt really specify his

    occupation, but they said he is a fan of the baseball team, the Baltimore Orioles.

    First he is very shy and didnt wanted to share his opinion, he prefared to not speak.

    He lived in a slum all his life, and he defends the fact that the kid lived in slums all his life.

    He is the third one to call the kid not guilty. He experiences knife fights in the slums, and then he

    showed all the jurors how the knife was used and help them change their opinion and vote.

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  • This juror was very shy and nervous in the case. He at first votes guiltu but then he changes his vote for

    not guilty. His vote changed some jurors minds so his vote was very

    valuable. He doesnt express himself, but by his actions he seems to

    not be very convincing of his vote and has some kind of scareness.

    Some jurors scream at him but then he get to defend himself and sream them back.

    If I get to decide, I would decide at first guilty, but then with all those explanations they gave, I would change my vote to not guilty.

    He is against all the world. 43

  • Rafael Salame

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    CLIMAX' Juror'9'starts'explaining'why'the'old'man'is'wrong'about'saying'he'get'to'the'door'in'15'seconds'and'he'makes'the'same'measures'in'the'room'from'his'house'and'he'starts'demonstrating'the'old'man'can'not'get'to'the'door'in'15'second,'he'did'it'in'41'seconds'and'thats'when'he'convinces'the'majority'of'the'poeple'to'vote'not'guilty.'FALLING'ACTION' Juror'nine'explains'that'the'woman'couldnt'see'the'kid'killing'his'father'because'she'uses'glasses'and'she'was'trying'to'sleep,'and'people'doesnt'usually'sleep'with'glasses.'This'was'when'some'jurors'changed'their'mind'to'vote'not'guilty,'the'juror'3'votes'not'guilty'and'now'it'11'not'guilty'vs'1'gulty.'RESOLUTION' The'juror'nine'makes'the'juror'three'think'about'it'another'time'and'thats'when'he'took