Post arrest is to seize by legal authority or warrent or to take into custody. The overall criminal process after a crime has been committed to post arrest would be a preliminary hearing, the police ...
... must demonstrate that probable cause existed to arrest the suspect. The next step would be arraignment. Charges against the accused will be formally read in court, and the accused will have the opportunity to enter a plea guilty, not guilty, or no contest. I don't believe that post-arrest procedures affect criminals and their rights in any way. That is the process of what happens after post-arrest. It is a police officers job professionals to conduct post-arrest procedures if a crime has been committed.
I think that the overall criminal process could be improved by building safer, less violent communities, improve the overall criminal justice system in a way that reduces the current disparity in the high rate of minorities and low level offenders in prison.
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