Re: RARA-AVIS: procedural

From: Anthony Dauer (
Date: 19 Apr 2000

The hearing and/or trial can fill in the specifics that the criminal would not have known directly as they happened. Other details can filled in through dialogue with the police processing the criminal ... giving criminal a brief on what was going to occur, etc. And a run down by the criminal's attorney could be used to fill-in other details as well ...

"a.n.smith" wrote:

> Would you have the detail of the police procedure if taken from the
> criminal's point of view? I think I can see a way, but the criminal would
> still be outside of the actual procedure, seeing only what the public is
> allowed to see, until he is caught and becomes a part of the procedure.
> Interesting.

volente Deo,

Anthony Dauer Alexandria, Virginia
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