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Available to stream from any Web-enabled computer, the Criminal Justice Media Library includes such valuable resources as Career Profile Videos featuring interviews with criminal justice professionals from a range of roles and locations, simulations that enable students to step into various roles and practice their decision-making skills, video clips on current topics from ABC® and other sources, animations that illustrate key concepts, interactive learning modules that help students check their knowledge of important topics, and Reality Check exercises that compare expectations and preconceived notions against the real-life thoughts and experiences of criminal justice professionals.

Some jurisdictions maintain the grand jury system for indictments, whereas others now use preliminary hearings. The federal justice system still employs the grand jury. Former San Francisco Giants baseball player Barry Bonds arrives at the federal courthouse in San Francisco, California, on June 6, 2008. Bonds pleaded not guilty to 15 felony charges of lying to a federal grand jury about his use of performance-enhancing drugs. ARRAIGNMENT Before the trial begins, the defendant will be arraigned, or brought before the court that will hear the case.

Most are handled informally and with dispatch. The system of justice has been roundly criticized for its “backroom deals” and bargain justice. It is true that most criminal suspects are treated informally, but more important is the fact that every defendant charged with a serious crime is entitled to a full range of legal rights and constitutional protections. Formal Procedures The formal criminal process includes a complex series of steps, from initial contact to postrelease. INITIAL CONTACT In most instances, an offender’s initial contact with the criminal justice system takes place as a result of a police action: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Patrol officers observe a person acting suspiciously, conclude the suspect is under the influence of drugs, and take her into custody.

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