1. In a criminal investigation, the prosecutor represents the interest of the defrauded party.
2. In a criminal case, there is no constitutional right to a jury trial.
3. A state constitution may not override the U.S. Constitution.
4. A U.S. district court is considered a trial court.
5. The judge is responsible for deciding which charges are brought against a defendant in a criminal matter.
6. A search warrant or arrest warrant is always required before arresting a suspect.
7. More than one charge may be brought against a suspect in a certain situation.
8. Suspects are entitled to an attorney before being booked for a crime.
9. Discovery in a criminal trial usually favors the defense.

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