CRMJ 410 Week 7 Chapter Problems Click Below Link To Purchase www.foxtutor.com/product/crmj-410-week-7-chapter-problems Page 596-597, Text: Questions for Thought and Discussion: Questions 1, 5, and 7 1. Jurors are generally selected from among those citizens who have registered to vote or who have registered motor vehicles. Do these methods produce juries drawn from a “representative cross-section of the community”? Can you suggest a better way of selecting jurors? 5. Many rules of evidence applied in jury trials are derived from the early common law, when jurors were largely uneducated. These rules were designed to prevent jurors from hearing evidence that might prejudice their judgment in the case. Given the educational standards in the United States, should these rules be made less restrictive regarding evidence that can be presented in courts? What constitutional problems would arise by allowing hearsay evidence to be presented against a defendant? 7. Do you think a trial judge should be allowed to summarize the evidence for the jury’s benefit before the jurors retire to deliberate? What advantages and disadvantages can you see in such a practice? Would it be constitutional? Page 643-644, Text: Questions for Thought and Discussion: Questions 2, 6, and 10 2. How could a prisoner on death row establish that his or her death sentence was the result of racial discrimination? 6. Suppose you were a probation officer and a judge asked you to recommend probation conditions for a first-time offender convicted of the sale and possession of cocaine. What specific conditions would you propose?