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  • 1. R v Prosecution opening statement
  • 2. R v May it please the court. The indictment is that Citizen X has breached Section X of the Criminal Code
  • 3. R v Namely that Citizen X Brief statement of the outline of the offence
  • 4. R v The Prosecution will show this breach occurred by use of testimony and evidence
  • 5. R v The Prosecution will call X,Y and Z to give testimony
  • 6. R v The Prosecution will present Link As evidence
  • 7. R v The Prosecution will in the course of the trial, and using the merits of the case, present to you a compelling argument, that beyond a reasonable doubt, shows that Citizen x committed the offence.
  • 8. R v The Prosecution rests at this juncture