Criminal Procedure Law Article 160 Concept Review 15 Quick/Matching Questions

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CPL 160.55. A person convicted of traffic infraction (other than loitering-capital CPL 160.10-5) may apply to court (with___days notice to DA) for order sealing records.

CPL 160.55. (CRIMINAL/NON-CRIMINAL?) A report of of the termination of action by conviction for a (CRIMINAL/NONCRIMINAL) offense shall be sufficient notice of sealing to the Commissioner of the DCJS.

CPL 160.60. True/false? Upon the termination of a criminal action or proceeding in favor of the accused, the arrest and prosecution shall be deemed an nullity.

CPL 160.10. True/false? Upon the termination of a criminal action or proceeding in favor of the accused, the accused shall be restored, in contemplation of law, to the status he occupied before arrest and prosecution.

CPL 160.10. True/false? If fingerprints of a person arrested are taken, palm prints a photograph must also be taken.

CPL 160.20. After arrest and fingerprinting__ set(s) of fingerprints must be sent by police officer\agency to_____.

CPL 160.40. After receipt of fingerprint report, officer or agency must deliver__copy(ies) to the DA, and____ copy(ies) to court.

CPL 160.40. Who provides a copy of the fingerprint report to the attorney for the defendant?

CPL 160.50.*Memorize CPL 160 (d)-who can see sealed records?

CPL 160.50. True/false? A report of termination of action in favor of the accused sufficient notice of sealing to the Commissioner of DCJS.

CPL 160.50. True/false? Generally, unless otherwise required, no person in whose favor a criminal action was terminated shall be required to divulge information pertaining to the arrest or prosecution.

CPL 160.10. True/false? After arrest, defendant must be fingerprinted if charged with loitering.

CPL 160.10. True/false? After arrest, defendant must be fingerprinted discharge of any felony, (or a misdemeanor defined in penal law).

CPI 160.10. True/false? After arrest, fingerprints shall be taken if unable to ascertain persons identity.

CPL 160.10. MAY/MUST? After arrest fingerprints MAY/MUST be taken if identification given by person may not be accurate.

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MAY be taken.

true

NON-CRIMINAL

false. Only if loitering for prostitution offense

20 days

true

true

2 sets… DCJS.

the court.

true

false. MAY be taken.

false. MAY be taken.

true

1. A prosecutor (in case for defendant has both for an ACD in a marijuana case). 2. Law enforcement agency UPON EX PARTE MOTION in any Superior Court, if justice requires. 3. Any state or local agency responsible for issuance of gun licenses, when accused has applied for a license. 4. NYS division of parole when accused is on parole supervision as a result of conditional release or a parole release was meant to NYS Board of parole, and arrest which is subject of inquiry is one which occurred while accused was under such supervision. 5. A prospective employer of a police or peace officer, after application by person. 6. Probation department responsible for supervision of accused when arrest which is the subject of inquiry is one which occurred while accused was under such supervision.