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g) Court deputy/bailiff: The law enforcement representative assigned to the
courtroom is known as a court deputy or bailiff. The courtroom's protocol and order are
upheld by this person. The jury is under the supervision of the court deputy/bailiff.
What is a jury questionnaire?
It's a form that the court uses that includes a lot of fundamental inquiries.
3Q: Explain the importance of an opening statement.
3A: It's a lawyer's first chance to address the jury and give a summary of the case,
which could include a synopsis of the relevant facts and an outline of the evidence the
lawyer intends to present. Additionally, it gives a preliminary overview of the case and the
evidence that will be presented during the trial. Anyhow, this is a crucial beginning point
What is the prosecutor's burden of proof in a criminal case?
In a criminal case, the prosecutor must demonstrate both the commission of the
offense and the defendant's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Preponderance of the
evidence is a weaker standard of proof used in civil cases.
5Q: What is the plaintiff's burden of proof in a civil case?
In a civil action, the plaintiff must demonstrate that a civil wrong was
committed, and that the defendant is accountable for the wrong by a preponderance of the
6Q: Explain the importance of a closing statement.
It is presented right before the judge gives the jury instructions; it is the
attorney's final chance to address the court and the jury. It offers a rundown of the
pertinent details, problems, supporting evidence, and inferences that could be made from