Arraignment, the calling of a person before a court of law to answer a criminal charge. The charge is read and the person accused is requested by the judge to plead guilty or not guilty. In the United States, no person can be brought to trial unless he or she is first arraigned. Arraignment is designed to prevent the injustice of bringing an accused person to trial without previously informing him of the nature and cause of the charges against him.
Negotiating is something we do every day, whether we realize it or not. Things like deciding whose turn it is to take out the garbage, buying a used car, or asking your boss for a raise involve negotiation. What are the steps involved in negotiating and how can we become better negotiators? Take our quiz to find out.
Today, some police forces are using virtual reality technology to capture and recreate crime scenes digitally. They've discovered that, if used properly, virtual environments help the investigation process from its earliest stages all the way to a verdict.