If you have falsely accused someone of committing a crime they have not committed, you can be charge with making false statements. IF caught, there can be serious consequences. Deportation is a strong possibility.
In order for a person to be charged with a serious federal crime, a federal grand jury must be convened and an indictment issued. The Grand Jury and right to a trial by jury were put in place to make… Full Answer
problems that are associated with plea bargaining can be: -the crime can go unpunished or that the admitted crime is insufficiently punished -it may result in the accused in pleading guilty when they are innocent, this usually happens out of… Full Answer
Most people would be satisfied enough in having been acquitted of a crime they were accused of committing. You would want to check with your state laws, but probably not. It depends how serious the crime. If you were charged… Full Answer
A felony crime is generally thought of as a very serious crime in many countries with similar legal systems, such as the United States and Great Britain. Less serious crimes, such as petty theft, are called misdemeanors.
Summary offences are dealt with by a magistrate in the Magistrates' Court. They include less serious offences, and can be punishable by shorter prison sentences and smaller fines. Accused must not necessarily be in person for the trial. Jury trials… Full Answer
A non-proccessed felony charge means 1.) That a person has been accused of a felony crime (one that will result in a minimum of 5 years in prison if convicted) and is awaiting a preliminary hearing, or 2.) A felony… Full Answer
They learnt to be law abiding as most crime attracted the death penalty. Draco was asked why the less serious crimes got the same penalty as the most serious ones. He said that the less heinous ones deserved death, and… Full Answer
Based on the Constitution, a person is charged with a serious crime in one state and then flees to another state can be arrested. He will then be brought back to the state where the crime was committed and all… Full Answer
An accused person should never confess to a crime/incident before he or she has consulted with a legal representative. Having said that, in some instances the prosecutor is more willing to negotiate a plea bargain when the accused/defendant is cooperative.