Arrest and pre trial | Psychology homework help
Read the attached case study “Officer Tim Bronson”; in 2000 words, discuss the following:
1. Explain the process of arrest, how are they placed under arrest, what does it mean to be arrested
2. Explain the process of arraignment, what occurs during the arraignment process
3. Explain what occurs during pretrial
4. Explain what happens if the offender is in need of a competency hearing, including a definition of competency.
5. Assess the role of a psychologist in a pretrial competency hearing. Describe what type of assessment tools psychologists use to assess competency for trial.
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PSY-621 Psychology and the Legal System
Case Study – Officer Tim Bronson
Officer Tim Bronson, badge #3293 was dispatched at 21:00 to 4321 West Jefferson on October 3rd. The purpose of the call was to respond to a reported burglary in the vicinity. Dispatch provided that alleged perpetrator had been described as a Caucasian male, approximately twenty to twenty-five years of age with a light build, wearing a blue jeans and a white zipper up hoody jacket.
Officer Bronson observed a young man on a nearby street that seemed to match the description provided by dispatch. When Officer Bronson attempted to make contact with the young man, the young man fled down the street. Officer Bronson gave chase, and was able to capture and subdue the suspected burglar. The suspected burglar was identified as Carl Davidson.
Officer Bronson placed Mr. Davidson under arrest for a violation of burglary statutes.
1. Read “Psychological Evaluations in the Criminal Justice System: Basic Principles and Best Practices” by Miller from Aggression and Violent Behavior (2013).
2. Read “The Significance of Combining Evaluations of Competency to Stand Trial and Sanity at the Time of the Offense” by Chauhan, Warren, Kois, & Wellbeloved-Stone from Psychology, Public Policy, and Law (2015).
3. Read “A Descriptive Analysis of Pretrial Services at the Single-Jurisdictional Level” by Cooprider from Federal Probation (2004).
4. Read “Pre-Trial Therapy: Avoiding the Pitfalls,” by Jenkins, Muccio, & Paris from Healthcare Counselling & Psychotherapy Journal (2015).
5.Read “State of the System: Federal Probation and Pretrial Services,” by Johnson & Baber from Federal Probation (2015).
6. Read “Navigating Your Way Through a Mental Competency Hearing,” by Wagner, Steitz & Tedford from Reporter (2017).
7. Read “Does Mandating Offenders to Treatment Improve Completion Rates?” by Coviello, Zanis, Wesnoski, Palman, Gur, Lynch, & McKay from Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment (2013).
8. Read “Competency to Stand Trial Evaluations in a Multicultural Population: Associations Between Psychiatric, Demographic, and Legal Factors” by Paradis, Owen, Solomon, Lane, Gulrajani, Fullar, & McCullough from International Journal of Law and Psychiatry (2016).