Civivs CRIME TIME project
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Mr. Brown, who was not a supporter of the mayor, damaged the mayor's car. He committed a crime by destructing the property of another person.
Crime Time By: Aashvi Shah
Oh No! That man has damaged the tire of my brand new vehical! I need to call the cops and report a crime!
You, sir, are under arrest! And the probable cause is the destruction of property. You have the right to remain silent. Anything that you say and do will be held against you in court. And now I will read you your rights.
Indictment: In this stage there is a grand jury from about 16-23 people. At this stage the reason for your arrest is examined.
When you enter the plea, the plea options are guilty or not guilty. If you enter a guilty plea you continue through the next steps.
Your charge will be $1,000 . Now you may enter the plea.
The Verdict is a conclusion to the trail from a judge or a jury. Mr. Brown wanted to receive the vote of an acquittal but he was proven guilty. The prosecution must have more than " beyond a reasneble ride".
Now the process is finished!
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