If a grand jury issues an indictment against a defendant, the defendant then appears in court to answer the indictment in a proceeding called the _____.
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1. User Answers prince6193
Answer:
Answer:
safe speed for the larger radius track u= √2 v
Explanation:
The sum of the forces on either side is the same, the only difference is the radius of curvature and speed.
Also given that r_1= smaller radius
r_2= larger radius curve
r_2= 2r_1..............i
let u be the speed of larger radius curve
now, \sum F = \frac{mv^2}{r_1} =\frac{mu^2}{r_2}∑F=
r
1
mv
2
=
r
2
mu
2
................ii
form i and ii we can write
v^2= \frac{1}{2} u^2v
2
=
2
1
u
2
⇒u= √2 v
therefore, safe speed for the larger radius track u= √2 v

2. User Answers Tutorconsortium323
If a grand jury issues an indictment against a defendant, the defendant then appears in court to answer the indictment in a proceeding called the Arraignment .
What Is an Arraignment?
Arraignment is a court proceeding in which the defendant is read the charges in the indictment, and is asked to enter a plea. The arraignment occurs after the defendant is arrested and formal charges are levied.
Arraignment is a formal reading of a criminal charging document in the presence of the defendant, to inform them of the charges against them. In response to arraignment, the accused is expected to enter a plea. Acceptable pleas vary among jurisdictions, but they generally include "guilty", "not guilty", and the peremptory pleas, or pleas in bar, setting out reasons why a trial cannot proceed. Pleas of nolo contendere ("no contest") and the Alford plea are allowed in some circumstances.
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