Chapter 4 Questions in Law 12 Text
On what basis does the Criminal Code establish the court in which a case will be tried?
At the second appearance, a judge will determine which court the case will be heard.
Offences over which a provincial court has absolute authority
Offences that can only be tried by a superior court of the province
For all other offences, the accused can elect to be tried by a provincial court judge without a jury, or tried in higher court by either a judge without a jury, or a judge with a jury
5)Give the purpose of a preliminary hearing and discuss what happens at this time.
The purpose of a preliminary hearing is to let the court judge decide whether there is sufficient evidence to proceed with a trial in a higher court. If not, the accused will be discharged, if there is enough evidence, the trial date is established.
6)Name 5 pretrial motions that an accused may make.
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