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48979768 CJA363 CJA 363 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment Police Report

48979768 CJA363 CJA 363 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment Police Report

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Police Report: Minnesota v. Riff 
Police Report: Minnesota v. Riff 
CJA 363
Police Report: Minnesota v. Riff 
Police Report: Minnesota v. Riff 
On the subject of writing police reports, one should be certain that one providescomplete, concise, detailed information which is relevant to the happening they arewriting about. A law enforcement person should be sure they cover the differentelements of the happening to incorporate who, what, where, why, when, as well as how.Making sure complete and in depth information is revealed, the law enforcementindividual will be capable to remember information in an appropriate way and make surea successful result to a case.
Communications Presented by the Prosecutor 
Presented in the matter of Minnesota V. Riff, communication is the vital thing to thecase. Verbal as well as written communications are utilized in certain times of the casesand the arrangement of the court case. The prosecution is to present witnesses who bytheir testimony will persuade the court, beyond any doubt that the accused is guilty of the violations that was produced against them. To prosecute the accused to themaximum extent, one should cautiously read the testimony the witnesses on one’s sidemay give to assist the cause, write questions that will bring that testimony out when awitness is on the stand, and understanding what question are the most useful to havethe information which will help the prosecution side of the court case. Being theprosecutor, she or he is to become acquainted with the witness testimony of one’sopponent's case. Understand what the challenger in this case intends to do and thinkabout methods to challenge it.The prosecutor is to go through all of the opposition testimony and start to inscribequeries for each and every of their witnesses. These types of queries must producedoubt or unbelievability in the testimony. You must also search for a purpose that eachwitness might have for telling lies on the stand or for twisting the fact. Instances - jilted
Police Report: Minnesota v. Riff 
lover, owes money, does not like the individual, had a fight with the accused. Organizeand practice providing an opening statement which updates the judge as well as jurywhat your side will confirm in the court case.Kinds of written communication incorporate arranging the casebook. For example,attempting to find out who the witnesses will be or what the details of the case will be.We might also start to question what occurs at the scene of the offense, that informs thetype of the alleged crime and the accusations which are being brought versus theaccused. The prosecutor is to write queries for witnesses at the court case. Kinds of verbal communication are how nicely the prosecutor communicates with the witness of the offense, which assists her or his side of the case. The prosecutor has to haveexceptional communication abilities with jury at the trial to present the case. With thestarting statement and though out the case, the prosecutor will need to remain clear,have supporting proof, be ready, being capable to be knowing, confirm guilt, positivepresentation and convincing The prosecution have interaction with the judge, jury,witnesses, defense, and media. What creates a good prosecutor is having support aswell as good communication abilities.
Communications Presented by the Defense
In Minnesota against Riff, verbal as well as written communication is an extremelyimportant part as it is whatever the case. The defense’s work is to break up thereliability of each and every witness which the prosecution provides and provide reliablewitnesses for the defense to generate doubt. Verbal communication is the greatesttechnique they need to get their point across to the jury. The defense requires takingwhat the prosecution witnesses say, and change their phrases into phrases which canresult in the jury have skepticism in that individual. The defense also should haveexcellent verbal communication while communicating with its own witnesses for thedefense, the judge, and also the prosecution involved. Written communication is also asignificant part in the defense, particularly when utilizing it to write briefs for the defense,and motions to the judge to either prohibit a piece of proof or testimony. In case this

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