Flashcards in Mid-term Deck (48)
The criminal justice system is a system of _____ _____ and is designed to keep ___ ___
social control | Society safe
What two factors are needed for a robbery to take place
Force or fear
Under 200$ is a _________, 200$ and over is a ____.
Criminal code of NJ
Automated Fingerprint Indication System
Entering a structure without being licensed or privileged with intentions of stealing
Stealing while being licensed or privileged to enter the structure
Fingerprints that are left behind
the official reading of the charge
driving code of Nj
A year or more to be incarcerated
Someone who has not been convicted and are in a holding facility until trial or bail
Someone who is free during the day for work then come back to the jail at night
Jury listens to the state evidence to prove probable cause
Innocent until proven guilty
Misdemeanor aka ______ ______ _______
“Disorderly Persons Offense”
Involves plea bargaing
Drug Enforcement Agency
The classical school of criminology believes that...
people choose to commit crimes on their own
Felony means you are sentenced to a _____ or more in prison
Criminal in nature, not traffic, family problems, or acts of nature.
1. Who was victimized?
2. What was the impact of the crime?
3. What happens to the victim in the CJ System?
4. What roles do victims play in causing the crime they suffer?
An offense against persons or property committed by members of the lower class and is usually the least profitable
Violent Crime and 4 examples
Acts against people in which a death or physical injury results, treated as the most serious offenses and are punished by the CI system (homicide, rape, assault, robbery)
Property Crimes and 4 examples
Acts that threaten property held by an individual or the state (larceny, shoplifting, embezzlement, and burglary)
Public Order Crimes and 4 examples
Acts that threaten the general well-being of society and challenge accepted moral principles (Public drunkness, aggressive panhandling, vandalism, disorderly conduct)
Which type of crime is often referred to as "street crimes" or "ordinary crimes" and also the most upsetting crime to the public?
offenses committed through opportunities created in a legal business or occupation, committed in the content of a legal business or profession and are usually never discovered.
A framework for the perpetration of criminal acts- usually in fields such as gambling, drugs, and prostitution,- providing illegal services that are in great demand.