Criminal Case

Criminal Case

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  • Arrest
  • Jace Wayland, you are under arrest for the robbery of the North Carolina Bank.
  • Indictment
  • It is here that Jace Wayland is said to have robbed the North Carolina Bank. He is indicted of this crime and is required to attend court on June 1st.
  • Arraignment
  • Jace Wayland, you have been charged with the robbery of the North Carolina Bank.
  • Okay your bail will be $20,000 and your first hearing will be June 19th.
  • I am guilty
  • A criminal is arrested for robbing the local bank.
  • Hearing and trial
  • Based on the ruling of the jury, I find you guilty of robbing the North Carolina Bank.
  • The defendant is indicted for robbing the bank.
  • Verdict/Sentencing
  • You will be sentenced to 14 years in state prison with the possibility of parole.
  • Appeal
  • I do not appeal this case. I accept the verdict.
  • The jury looks for probable cause and a verdict and the judge will decide if the defendant is guilty or not guilty.
  • I accept this verdict.
  • The court decides on a punishment appraise for the crimes committed by the defendant.
  • I accept this sentencing.
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  • Alright. The case is now settled.
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