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  1. auction HOUSE Play

  2. Rules of Play auction HOUSE • Objective: To correctly identify as many terms and answers as possible based upon given definitions and questions • You will be given 12 questions – read them and then decide how many you are certain that you know and can identify • You must then bid to win – the winning contestant is the one who correctly identifies as many terms and answers as possible • However, if you get your ‘bid’ wrong (i.e. you didn't know as many definitions as you thought!) you will lose the game (no matter how many you got correct) and the next highest bid will win • In the event of a draw, there is a tie break question Play

  3. auction HOUSE 1 1 2 2 3 3 This Act imposes a duty on both sides to disclose evidence they will use Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act (1996) This is where the defendant accepts a lesser charge in return for pleading guilty Plea Bargaining Criminal Procedure Rules (2006) These rules ensure that Criminal cases “are dealt with justly” Criminal Courts Team 1 bid: 4 4 5 5 6 6 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. This Court hears cases where the defendant are aged between 10 and 17 Youth Court Plea and Directions Hearing This hearing decides venue of trial If D pleads not guilty, this procedure takes place Mode of Trial Proceedings Team 2 bid: 7 7 8 8 9 9 Team 3 bid: Name of proceedings where case automatically transferred to Crown Court Committal Proceedings Term referring to power of court to hear certain cases Jurisdiction These type of offences must be heard at Crown Court Indictable Offences Team 4 bid: 10 10 11 11 12 12 £5,000 The maximum fine that can be imposed by Magistrates Term for the least serious types of summary offence Summary Offences Plea and Case Management Hearing Name of first hearing at Crown Court Team 5 bid: Team bid: Reset tie Click on house for answer, re-click to remove answer

  4. auction HOUSE Tie Break Question: Question: What percentage of cases in the Crown Court result in conviction? Answer: Answer: 75%