CJ Final - Criminal Justice Exam 3 1. Factors related to...

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Criminal Justice Exam 3 1. Factors related to chronic juvenile crime -weak family attachment -lack of consistent disciple -physical abuse and neglect -delinquent peer groups -high-crime neighborhood 2. Where is due process in the wedding cake model- bottom level. 3. Due process- we all have rights Crime control- need for society to feel safe 4. Art. 31 5. Latin Term for state of mind- mens rea 6. Function of police that takes up the most amount of time- social services 7. Punishment that most people receive – probation 8. Cooper v. Pate- prisoners are given the same civil rights as the public. 9. Officers prefer traffic patrol why- easier to evaluate. 10. question not given in review 11. Prosecutors have power why? -they choose the case -they choose which charges to file 12. Art. 36 13. Art. 36 14. Parole Video 15. Kent vs. U.S. – juveniles should be offered essentials of due process 16. Art. 33 17. Prison Video
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18. Disadvantage of Judges using fines- -more work for judge -people feel they can buy their way out of punishment
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CJ 4340 taught by Professor - during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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CJ Final - Criminal Justice Exam 3 1. Factors related to...

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