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CJA 484 Courtroom Standards Analysis Discuss how they are both independent and mutually interdependent as well as the benefits and pitfalls of such relationships. Be sure to include a discussion of ethical and legal standards applicable to the various par

CJA 484 Courtroom Standards Analysis Discuss how they are both independent and mutually interdependent as well as the benefits and pitfalls of such relationships. Be sure to include a discussion of ethical and legal standards applicable to the various participants and how they impact our criminal justice system and affect in shaping both substantive law and procedural law.

 

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Introduction

According Schmalleger (2011) a courtroom work group is, “well versed in criminal trial practice and set the stage for and conduct the business of the court” (Schmalleger, 2011, p. 312). The courtroom group involves the judges, prosecuting attorneys, defense attorneys, public defenders, and others who get paid to serve in the court. Schmalleger (2011) notes, “participants in criminal trial can be divided into two categories: professional and outsiders” (Schmalleger, 2011, p. 312). Outsiders are people who take part in the court, however they have very little knowledge of the courtroom structure or trial process. Schmalleger (2011) further suggests, “Outsiders, or nonjudical personnel, include jurors and witnesses as well as defendants and victims” (Schmalleger, 2011, p. 312). The courtroom work group’s main responsibility is to work together to bring justice

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