The Six Steps of the Adult Criminal Justice system
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First, the criminal is arrested. The reason for this is because he stole a car.
Next, the suspect (a person thought to be guilty of a crime) appears in court where he goes in front of a judge to have charges against them that determines if they're released on a bail.
Then, the judge determines if there was a crime commited.
We issue an Indictment!
Next, the jury examines evidence in order to determine if the suspect should be charged with a crime.
Next, the reading of charges are read in the State or Superior Court. If the suspect is not guilty the case moves on to trial. If the suspect is guilty then the judge will sentence the individual and the case doesn't go to trial.
I admit guilty ..
In trial the suspect is sent to jail.
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