You will continue with the case study that you started in W1 Assignment 3. For this assignment, you will create a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation; include a cover slide, a reference slide and minimum of 5 slides to describe the trial itself. Be sure to include the following:
Review the jury selection process. How many peremptory challenges are allowed in your state?
Describe the purpose of the opening statement and summarize the attorneys’ opening statements from your case, if available.
Summarize the evidence presented against the defendant. Did the defendant take the stand? Which evidence seemed most vital to the case?
Explain the verdict. Do you agree with the verdict? Why or why not? Were the attorneys effective? Would you have done anything differently?
Submit your report as a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation including a cover slide, a reference slide and a minimum of 5 slides to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned.
Name your file SU_CRJ2200_W2_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.ppt.
Cite any sources you use with APA guidelines on a separate slide.
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