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  • Hey that's my car!!!
  • There's enough evidence that someone has committed a crime serious enough to be taken into custody
  • Preliminary hearing-the judge determines if there was a crime committed
  • Initial appearance- they go to the magistrate court  to have charges put on them
  • The arraignment is the formal reading of the charges in superior or state court. The suspect pleads guilty or not guilty
  • Grand jury indictment- a group of citizens sees evidence to determine if the suspect should be charged with the crime. If there is enough evidence, they issue an indictment
  • evidence is shown to the grand jury
  • closing statements- after witnesses has spoken, attorneys present final arguments
  • evidence- testimony is given and the attorney cross-examines the witness
  • selecting a jury- select 12 members for jurors to be asked questions to determine if they should serve on the trial
  • opening statements-both attorneys speak to the jury about what they hope to prove in the case
  • sentencing- if jury finds the defendant guilty, they are told the punishment and how long their sentence is
  • deliberation and verdict- after final arguments, jury discusses the case to determine the verdict and they notify the judge
  • the defendant is guilty!
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