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Title: FRAUD EXAMINATION ALBRECHT, ALBRECHT,


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FRAUD EXAMINATION ALBRECHT, ALBRECHT, ALBRECHT
  • Legal Follow-Up

Chapter 18
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Learning Objectives
  1. Identify aspects of the court system.
  2. Understand the civil litigation process.
  3. Understand the criminal litigation process.
  4. Describe the nature of an expert witness.

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Outline Typical State Court Organization
Explain.
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Outline Typical State Court Organization
Explain (contd)
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Review Organization of Federal Courts.
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What Legal Action Can be Taken for Fraud?
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Why Dont Organizations Take Legal Action?
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Do All Cases Go to Trial?
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Discuss Differences Between the 2 Court.
  • Criminal
  • Civil

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Describe the Civil Litigation Process.
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Describe the Investigation Pleadings Process.
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Define Discovery Discuss.
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Comment on
  • Production Requests
  • Interrogatories
  • Requests for Admission
  • Subpoenas
  • Depositions
  • Motion Practice Negotiation

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What Happens During Trial Appeal?
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Which Constitutional Relate to Criminal Trials?
4th
6th
5th
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How Does the Criminal Process Work?
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Comment on Discuss the Grand Jury.
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What May a Defendant Request Obtain?
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How Do Expert Witnesses Differ from Fact or
Character Witnesses?
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What Do Expert Witnesses Do?
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Review Dos Donts at The Trial
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List Dos Donts Of Cross Examination
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Terms Match
Enforces federal law, established by federal
government
Lower Trial Court
State courts that try misdemeanors pretrial
issues
Federal Court
Bankruptcy Court
Federal court that only hears bankruptcy cases
Appellate Court
Reviews lower court cases
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Terms Match
Attorneys try to find out information about other
sides case
Subpoena
Discovery
Hearing where defendant has charges read
Court order requiring testimony or deposition
Preliminary Hearing
Pretrial hearing to decide if probable cause
exists to charge defendant with a crime
Arraignment
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Terms Match
Sworn testimony before a trial
Motion
Written statement given under oath
Motion for Dismissal
Request the judge to dismiss claim
Affidavit
Response to a complaint or pleading, or a request
made to the judge
Deposition
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Terms Match
Plea does not contest charges or admit guilt
Nolo Contendere
Legal process to qualify as expert witness
Voir Dire
Negotiated pretrial agreement to resolve a legal
dispute
Settlement
Judgments asked for in a civil case
Remedy
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