CJ-207 Practice Activity 3-1 Template (1)

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CJ 207 Module Three Practice Activity Template Roles of Allied Professionals Complete this template by replacing the bracketed text with the relevant information. Role Responsibility 1 Responsibility 2 Responsibility 3 Responsibility (Optional) Responsibility (Optional) Bailif At the courtroom, the bailif oversees upholding security and order in the courtroom. A.U.S. Marshal or an armed peace officer (the sherif's deputy) typically serves as the bailif at the federal level (Hemmens et al., 2020, p.92). Transporting detainees to and from court appearances, as well as jurors, judges, and witnesses, is the job of bailifs. Bailifs also handle the evidence used in court proceedings to guarantee that only authorized evidence is used in the proceedings (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021). Bailifs oversee uph9olding courtroom protocol in order to preserve the fairness of the legal system. Making sure witnesses and attorneys don't try to sway juries outside of the courtroom is one thing they do (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021). [Describe responsibility.] Court Interpreter Court interpreter oversees translating "communications for the defendants, defense, witnesses, and other parties with inadequate English abilities, helping them comprehend and communicate with Judges and top administrators who have questions about language and culture might turn to court interpreters for their knowledge and assistance. Court interpreters will produce orientation and training materials in addition to other various documents. Court interpreters will assist in organizing the aid of any other interpreters that may be required. Sight translation of court forms and papers is another duty of court interpreters.
the court, counsel, and officers for probation/ pretrial services (Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, n.d.). Court Clerk Court Clerks duty of the court is to keep all case files current. A court clerk is responsible for creating the jury pool and sending out jury summonses (Hemmens et al., 2020. P. 92). Any witness who will testify in court is served with a subpoena by the court clerk (Hemmens et al., 2020, p.92) Court clerks oversee arranging staf schedules and dockets for court proceedings. Court Clerks look over and confirm the validity of legal documents filed to the court, supporting the legal procedures. Court Reporter All depositions, hearings, proceedings, and other events in a case that calls for the creation of a written transcript must be attended by a court reporter. Court reporters produce verbatim transcripts of all court hearings, meetings, speeches, conversations, and other pertinent events (Truity, 2020). Court reporters use specialized equipment to record dialogue and conversations during depositions, hearings, proceedings, and other events in a case. These tools include video and audio recording devices, stenography machines, and covered microphones (Truity, 2020). In addition to recording the speaker's name, actions, and gestures, a court reporter will take care to ask a speaker to explain any inaudible or unintelligible words (Truity, 2020). Providing copies of the transcripts and recordings that have been made to the courts, attorneys, and other parties concerned is a major role or responsibility of a court reporter [Describe responsibility.] [Describe responsibility.] [Describe responsibility.] [Describe responsibility.] [Describe responsibility.] [Describe [Describe [Describe [Describe [Describe
responsibility.] responsibility.] responsibility.] responsibility.] responsibility.] References: Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. (n.d.). Court administration and services careers. United States Courts https://www.uscourts.gov/careers/who-works-judiciary/courts-adminstration-and-services-careers Hemmens, C., Brody, D.C., & Spohn, C. (2020). Criminal Courts: A contemporary perspective (4 th ed.). SAGE Publication Truity. (2020, May 18). Court Reporter. https://www.truity.com/career-profile/court-reporter U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2021, April 9). What correctional officers and bailiffs do. https://www.bls.gov/ooh/protective-services/correctional-officers.htm#tab2
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