California Criminal Jury Trial Review Assignment Help

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Students will choose a California criminal jury trial that occurred within the past two years.A case from San Diego is even better.You’ll need to find one that was widely covered in the media (a lot of news articles online, televised coverage, maybe even a Dateline, etc.).

You will do extensive research on one particular trial.Read all the news stories about it, watch any news coverage that you can find (maybe there is a Dateline or 20/20 about it, etc), and get familiar with the case.

In your written paper, address the following issues/questions:

  1. What were the facts of the crime?
  2. With what crimes did the prosecutor charge the defendant?List the crimes as well as the California Penal Code sections.Then include the language from the CA Penal Code sections.
  3. What was the maximum sentence faced by the defendant?
  4. What, if any, pretrial proceedings took place?
  5. Tell me about the background, history, etc., of the defendant. Include things such as age, where they grew up, previous criminal past, etc.
  6. Who was the prosecutor in the case?Do some research on the prosecutor.What other cases have they handled?Are they involved in any community groups, organizations, etc.?
  7. Who is the defense attorney in this case?Do some research on the attorney.Have they handled any other high-profile cases?If so, which ones?What can you find out about their professional history?
  8. Which judge oversaw the trial?In your research, can you find other cases they presided over, or any news articles involving him/her?
  9. Now describe the trial.Tell me such things as which witnesses were crucial in the trial, how many days did it last, etc.
  10. What was the jury verdict?
  11. What sentence did the defendant receive?
  12. Lastly, tell me your overall impression of this case. Was it handled professionally, fairly?Did the jury get the verdict right?What was your opinion of the attorneys involved? The judge?

This assignment is worth 100 points.

Paper format:Important!!

The paper should be written in essay format.I want the paragraphs to be single spaced, then double space between paragraphs.Number the paragraphs according to the questions above.In other words, at the beginning of the paragraph where you will answer the question about the prosecutor, number the paragraph “6.”I should see the numbers 1 - 12 in your paper so I can easily find each of your answers.

Again, the paragraphs themselves must be single spaced, but double space between paragraphs.

Your paper must be approximately 3-4 pages long.It needs to include a cover page and a References page, in APA format, these two pages do not count in the 3-4 page requirement.

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If one gets arraigned in the California Court and pleaded not guilty, he or she will be
expected in some consequent pretrial proceedings that are meant to resolve the case often through
plea negotiation. Conversely, one will proceed to trial if he or she is pleaded guilty and possibly,
it will be a jury trial. Prior to being convicted by the jury, the jury of one’s peers should
unanimously agree that he or she is guilty and this can be comprehended as moral certainty.
Apart from being a right that extends to the defendants who are indicted of committing felony
offences, the right to the jury a trial may as well extend to prosecution as well as various
additional proceedings (Keele & Sexton, 2016). Some of these proceedings are sexually violent
predator commitment hearings along with the health and safety code. This assignment explores
one of the California criminal jury’s, specifically, “Limon Case” and concludes by presenting my
overall impression of the case.
1. Crime facts
On the case of Sabrina Limon, the Kern County jury found that Limon was guilty in the murder
of her husband and this happened in 2017. Based on the crime facts, the prosecutors learned that
Limon had conspired with her lover, Jonathan Hearn, a former Redlands firefighter. Their motive
kill was to ensure th...

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