Quiz Only Chapters 11-14 Flashcards
Child abuse, poverty, intrafamilial violence, and harsh punishment increase the risk of occurrence of a future delinquent act and are considered:
If the youth is adjudicated delinquent, the court must decide an outcome or treatment approach; this decision is made during the:
Intervention with adjudicated juvenile offenders where the goal is to reduce repeat offending or recidivism through such measures as substance abuse treatment and imprisonment is:
Programs or policies designed to prevent juvenile delinquency that include police making an arrest as part of an operation to address gang problems are considered:
Johnny is 13, impulsive, failing school, and is poorly supervised by his parents. He was placed into Big Brothers/Big Sisters. He was matched with a male volunteer who encourages and supports him in various academic ventures and serves as a role model.
What broad category of delinquency prevention is being provided to Johnny through his participation in Big Brothers/Big Sisters?
Juveniles account for what percent of all violent crime arrests?
What U.S. Supreme Court case made the Miranda warning applicable to juveniles taken into custody?
in re Gault
Which of the following is the legal standard that allows the police to make an arrest for felonies they did not witness?
Which of the following statements about juveniles’ views about the police is true?
Juveniles with prior police contact tend to view police less favorably than juveniles with no prior contact.
Which of the following statements is true regarding gender and police treatment?
Female teens are more likely than male teens to be arrested for status offenses.
In a _______________________, a hearing is held before a juvenile court judge who then decides whether jurisdiction should be waived and the case transferred to the adult court.
What type of sentences are defined by a statutory requirement that states the penalty to be set for all cases of a specific offense?
What U.S. Supreme Court case articulated the basic requirements of due process that must be satisfied in juvenile court proceedings?
In re Gault
Gerald is 16 years old and is on trial for a double homicide in a criminal court. In the state where he was charged, the prosecutor decides what court to file charges.
What U.S. Supreme Court case ended the practice of the death penalty for juveniles?
Roper v. Simmons
What is not one of the duties of the prosecutor?
Represents the child at adjudication