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Court, Trials, and Sentencing [electronic resource]: Due Process

According to prime-time television, criminals are brought to justice in a speedy and efficient yet drama-filled manner. In reality, the process can be slow and meticulous, as rules must be followed to safeguard the defendant's constitutional rights. This program provides a solid grounding in the processes and players involved in the court system and takes viewers step-by-step through a trial and sentencing. Legal experts explain probable cause, plea bargaining, the types of witness testimony that might be challenged, and other key elements, including how juvenile offenders are dealt with. A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. A Films for the Humanities & Sciences/MotionMasters Coproduction.
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2012