Details: A federal agent is reporting to his first post of duty after the academy to a small…

Details: A federal agent is reporting to his first post of duty after the academy to a small resident office at which you work. You and a few others are included in a meeting to provide administrative support for his first assignment. In the discussion, you learn that there is a large roundup of gang members scheduled for the following day at 6:00 a.m. It is a federal case but is being supported by approximately 50 local officers and state troopers. A briefing is scheduled at 6:00 p.m. for the officers involved in tomorrow’s arrests.•A 1-page bulleted list of 10 points that are the more important in your view on properly processing a defendant in a federal investigation.•A 1-page outline on the best way to format and present the federal criminal pretrial process, which includes jury selection, evidence and jury instructions. Please provide examples in your outline of your recommended format for presenting the process.•A 1-page draft of how to present the processing requirements and the mandated pretrial measures required by law.Please add your file.•Write out a concise briefing on the subject that presents it to an audience that does not know anything about U.S. court systems.◦The briefing is to detail what will happen at the courthouse relative to the manner in which defendants are brought into the federal judicial process.◦The federal pretrial process must be included in the briefing section.•Create a checklist that may be provided to the officers involved in the operation so they may have a reference reminding them of what they must do to properly process a defendant in a federal investigation.◦The checklist should include processing requirements and the mandated pretrial measures required by law.•Write a brief description of the federal criminal pretrial process including how jury selection will occur, How evidence will be presented and the specific jury instructions for this case and procedure on how to address it in the courtroom.Use the Small Group Discussion Board to plan how you will produce these deliverables and to collaborate on creating the content for the deliverables.