Week 4 Criminal Courts Q&A Response

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Team Exercise Week 4CJA 204Team Exercise TwoCJA/204BohenekQ. What is considered to be a 'courtroom work group'? How does this courtroom work group interact on a daily basis? What changes to the courtroom work group would you recommend?A. According to Criminal Justice Today, a courtroom work group is "the professionals are the official courtroom actors and include judges, prosecuting attorneys, defense attorneys, public defenders, and others who earn a living serving the court," (Schmalleger, 2009, pg. 323). These individuals must follow legal requirements as well as having an ethical demeanor. They must also conduct themselves in a civil manner, recognize a need to cooperate, and have shared goals. They work together to successfully bring a trial to an end. A possible change to the work group is to add some type of professional juror. The idea is not to replace the jury of peers but to have an additional player in the court. This individual would have a better understanding of the juror's role in the court and could possibly educate or advise the jurors in the evidence review during deliberations. Perhaps this individual could explain what the jurors could look for and guide them to stay on track rather than read into material that may not exist.Q. How would you define the pretrial criminal process? How does this affect post arrest processes and trial? Is there a better solution to the current process? Explain.A. After arrest the pretria

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