CRJ 320 Assignment 3, The Big Stage

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CRJ 320 Assignment 3, The Big Stage

CRJ 320 Assignment 3: The second stage is known as the Charging Stage. In this stage, the prosecutor examines the evidence and all relevant information to decide whether or not to bring criminal charges against the suspect. About half of all states have what is known as a grand jury system. Once a prosecutor determines that they will pursue criminal charges in those states, they turn to a grand jury. Grand juries are bodies of citizens convened to hear criminal charges against a suspect (Champion, Hartley, & Rabe, 2012). The grand jury hears the evidence against the defendant from the prosecutor and then they decide if the criminal charges will be dismissed (no bill) or if the defendant will face arraignment on the charges against them……………