PurposeThis assignment is intended to help you learn to do the following:1.Apply constitutional rights and principles to various criminal defendants.2.Evaluate the use of new courtroom technologies.3.Compare and contrast the purposes of criminal sanctions including retribution, deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation, and restorative justice.4.Evaluate sentencing models and assessment tools.Click here for the landing page with all of the videos. (Links to an external site.)OverviewIn this assignment, you are required to watch three Case Study videos including those that focused on law enforcement, prosecution, and the criminal trial. After watching the videos, answer the following questions in a 5-7 page paper.•How were charges brought and by whom? Was a grand jury involved? Why or why not? What court?•Which Constitutional rights were apparent (including those regarding 4th Amendment search and seizure, 5th Amendment Miranda rights [Right to remain silent], 6th Amendment rights to be provided an attorney if you cannot afford one and right to confront all witnesses against you)?•What criminal charges? What are the elements of those charges? Players and duties? Bail? Why or why not? New technologies? Challenges and opportunities with those new technologies.•Plea Bargain? Why or why not and consequences of our system of “plea bargains.”•Possible and probable defenses? Likely sentencing outcomes?•And, finally, defendant chose his right to a trial and refused a 20-year plea bargain. Note that up to 95% of our cases are plead. Should we decrease our reliance on plea bargains? Other defendants took a plea bargain and testified against Mr. Rhodes in return for a lighter sentence.To successfully complete the assignment, you are expected to read and study the key points and all assigned readings for this week. It is highly recommended that you familiarize yourself with the grading criteria provided. This criteria includes information on how your professor will grade your assignment. Ensure you cover all relevant information expected of you in the assignment. Use at least two outside reference sources to support your writing.Action Items1.Complete all required readings prior to working on this assignment.2.Watch three Case Study videos including those that focused on law enforcement, prosecution, and the criminal trial.3.After watching the videos, answer the following questions in a 5-7 page paper:oHow were charges brought and by whom? Was a grand jury involved? Why or why not? What court?oWhich Constitutional rights were apparent (including those regarding 4th Amendment search and seizure, 5th Amendment Miranda rights [Right to remain silent], 6th Amendment rights to be provided an attorney if you cannot afford one and right to confront all witnesses against you)?oWhat criminal charges? What are the elements of those charges? Players and duties? Bail? Why or why not? New technologies? Challenges and opportunities with those new technologies.oPlea Bargain? Why or why not and consequences of our system of “plea bargains.”oPossible and probable defenses? Likely sentencing outcomes?oAnd, finally, defendant chose his right to a trial and refused a 20-year plea bargain. Note that up to 95% of our cases are plead. Should we decrease our reliance on plea bargains? Other defendants took a plea bargain and testified against Mr. Rhodes in return for a lighter sentence.Your response should be detailed and supported by at least three appropriate, reference sources other than the course textbook.4.Your paper is to include your name, the assignment name and number, the course and section number, and the date on your title page. Format your title page, paper, and cite ALL sources according to APA guidelines.5.Submit your assignment to Turnitin. Give yourself enough time to revise and resubmit ahead of the due date.6.By Sunday at 11:59 PM ET, upload your final work to Turnitin