Chapter 11: Extra Credit - Due: May 7
Instruction: Please complete and submit a hard copy in class on Tuesday May 7 (10 points).
Chapter 11 Fill in the Blank
1. If the prosecutor files charges which are discriminatory in nature, the prosecutor has violated the _________Fourteenth___________ Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
2. According to the Supreme Court, prosecutors have enormous _____Discretion___ in determining what charges to file.
3. _____Vindictive________ prosecution is a prosecutor’s charging decision being improperly motivated by revenge.
4. Prosecutors have __Restrictions_____ from lawsuits arising from charging suspects with crimes.
5. _____Prosecutors_____ perform a valuable function; they reinforce the notion that a crime is an offense against the state.
6. In Oyler v. Boles the Supreme Court held that selective prosecution violates the ___________Equal Protection Clause________________.
7. Joinder refers to multiple charges and/or multiple _Individuals___.
8. The framers favored _____Grand Jury Indictments_________ in certain situations for fear that the prosecutor, a representative of government, could become too powerful in terms of making charging decisions.
9. Grand jury proceedings are intensely ____Secret__________.
10. A ______Grand Jury________ compels the production of tangible evidence.
11. Transaction immunity prevents future __Prosecution_______ for the subject of the compelled testimony.
12. Non indigent accused criminals enjoy the right to ________Affective___ assistance of counsel. Chapter 11: Matching
1. Match the term with the correct definition with the corresponding prosecutorial decisions. Write the Corresponding letter on the line provided. 1. selective prosecution__C___| A. situation in which the prosecutor either (1) brings multiple charges against the same individual in thesame trial or (2) brings charges against...