violation of the criminal laws of state, the federal gov't or a local jurisdiction.
money paid to get released
criminal proceeding, the examination in court of the issue
Sentence served at the same time
served with other sentence
Individual who has the responsibility of maintaining order in a courtroom
crime represented by Penal Code 19.02
crime represented by Penal Code 22.011
crime represented by Penal Code 30.02
_________ degree felony; punishable by 5-99yrs in prison
Rule removed evidence obtained illegally
Amendment protects an individuals right to bear arms
Bill of Rights includes first ________ Amendments
Level of proof required to conduct a search
Protection to be tried twice for the same crime
Amendment that protects against excessive bail or punishments
Individual who interprets a message
Haptics refers to
Nonverbal communication of distance
the area/location an agency has legal authority over
primary goal to use punishment to prevent future criminal activity
use of treatment to change an offender
first stage of a trial
form of community corrections; in lieu of incarceration
early release from prison
Supervisor of a prison
state of first formal security agency
Public and Private security cooperation in common in this location
Highest training for EMT's
three elements needed for fire are referred to as
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