Crim j Test 3 Part 3

  1. Seven common pre-trial motions
    • dicovery
    • change of venue
    • suppression of evidence
    • severence of defendants (crimes committed by groups)
    • continuance
    • dismissal
    • bill of particulars
  2. Three types of evidence
    • real
    • testimonial
    • circumstancial
  3. Response to onjections
    • sustained: agree with objection
    • overruled: must answer question
  4. Voir dire
    questioning of potential jurors
  5. 5 Goals of senencing
    • vengeance
    • isolation
    • remorse
    • repent
    • retribution
  6. Furman v. Georgia
    found death penalty was unconstitutional when there are no aggrivated factors
  7. Gregg v. Georgia
    if ther are aggrivating sircunstances, death penalty is lawful
  8. Coker v. Georgia
    stated that death penalty is not allowed for punishment in cases of rape
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Crim j Test 3 Part 3
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Crim j Test 3 Part 3
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