Demonstrate a keen understanding of important stages of case processing, including formal charging, arraignment, plea negotiations, jury selection, sentencing, and appeals.

CRIM 360 Judicial Process
As stated under “Method of Evaluation” in your syllabus, Project #2 should be at least two double spaced pages covering learning outcomes 5, 6 and 8 as stated in your syllabus
5. Demonstrate a keen understanding of important stages of case processing, including
formal charging, arraignment, plea negotiations, jury selection, sentencing, and appeals.
6. Analyze topics such as jury behavior and eyewitness testimony by referencing
theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence from the social and behavioral
sciences.
8. Evaluate appellate court decisions in relation to the concept of stare decisis and
demonstrate how changes in case law occur despite the apparent existence of
precedent.

Source textbook: Criminal Courts A Contemporary Perspective
Craig Hemmens; David C. Brody; Cassia Spohn