Juvenile Justice Final Exam Essay

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JUVENILE JUSTICE I FINAL EXAMYour browser does either not support Javascript or has Javascript disabled. This assessment contains features that requires Javascript. Refer to your browser's documentation to determine if Javascript is disabled and how to enable it. If you are using a browser that does not support Javascript switch to a different browser. 1. Youths who loiter on street corners are potential candidates for being stopped and questioned by police officers. In these instances, police action is based upon which of the following? A) Probable cause because loitering usually precedes criminal activity B) Proof beyond a reasonable doubt since youths who loiter are criminals C) Clear and convincing evidence since loitering is a…show more content…
Which of the following is true concerning the weaknesses of the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS)and the Uniform Crime Reports (UCR)? A) They overemphasize street crimes B) They overemphasize corporate crimes C) They overemphasize terrorism related crimes D) They overemphasize cyber crime 19. What is one of the major problems with the Uniform Crime Reports? A) No county arrest figures are reported B) No city arrest figures are reported C) Not all agencies report crime regularly D) Too much information is provided to be useful 20. What was the issue in Breed v. Jones? A) Self-incrimination B) Double jeopardy C) Speedy trial D) Assistance of effective counsel 21. How do self-reports of delinquency differ from reported delinquency in the Uniform Crime Reports? A) Self-reports disclose lower delinquency than that reported by the UCR B) Self-reports disclose higher delinquency than reported by the UCR C) The Uniform Crime Reports disclose self-reports are minimized D) The Uniform Crime Reports disclose self-reports are false 22. Which of the following rights are juveniles entitled to now as a result of the decision in In re Gault? A) right to obtain transcripts of juvenile court proceedings B) automatic and mandatory appellate reviews of their cases C) the right to invoke the privilege against self-incrimination D) All of the above 23. Which of the following is a possible outcome from an intake screening procedure? A) Dismissal of the
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