Question : Match the goals of criminal law with their definitions : 2151698
MATCHING. Choose the item in column 2 that best matches each item in column 1.
Match the goals of criminal law with their definitions.
50) Specific Deterrence
51) General Deterrence
A) When society expresses its abhorrence of the crime committed.
B) A planned intervention intended to bring about change in an offender.
C) The idea that when an offender is locked up, he or she cannot commit out in society.
D) The practice of having offenders "face up" to the harm they have caused.
E) The assumption that when would-be offenders see a criminal held accountable, they opt to abide by the law for fear of suffering the same fate.
F) The act of removing an individual from society so he or she can no longer offend.
Match each type of evidence with its description.
55) Real evidence
56) Testimonial evidence
57) Demonstrative evidence
58) Material evidence
A) Most often consists of verbal statements given by someone who is under oath.
B) Any tangible item that can be perceived with the five senses.
C) Evidence that seeks to demonstrate a certain point.
D) Evidence that is relevant and goes to substantial matters in dispute, or has legitimate influence or bearing on the decision of the case.
ESSAY. Write your answer in the space provided or on a separate sheet of paper.
59) Explain how the law serves to protect offenders.
60) Identify and define the five sources of the criminal law.
61) Identify and define the six forms of evidence used in criminal trials.
62) Identify and explain the hierarchy of the federal court system.
63) Identify and describe the three steps of voir dire process. Consider the upcoming trial consists of a Hispanic defendant. A total of twelve challenges for cause have already been used by the defense when a potential juror illustrates racial prejudice against individuals of Hispanic descent. Can the defense excuse this person from serving on the jury? Why or why not? If so, how?
64) James Garfalo was arrested for selling 10 grams of cocaine to an undercover police officer. At his jury trial in the state trial court, James was convicted and sentenced to two years in prison. James believes his constitutional rights were violated during the trial and wishes to appeal. What court will hear James's appeal? Assume instead that James's trial happened in a federal district court. What federal court would hear his appeal?