CJ 110 Tests - CJ 110 Tests Test one: 1. In criminal...

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CJ 110 Tests Test one: 1. In criminal justice process a(n) ______ had to occur before a(n)_____ can take place a. Trial; arraignment b. First appearance; booking c. Arrest; booking d. Sentence; arrest 2. Bail is usually set at the: a. First apperance before the judge 3. What type of measurement data does the national youth survey yield? a. Official data b. Victimization data c. Self report data d. Uniform report data e. Political data 4. You are asked by a prestigious research firm design a “ground breaking” study on why individuals commit terrorist acts – what type of data would you collect? a. Self report data b. Official data c. Victimization data d. Court data e. Uniform crime reports data 5. A felony is a criminal offense punishable by death or by incarceration in a prison facility for at least: a. 12 months 6. A person – drives to school, pedestrian darted into the street in front of car – she hit him and he died – what is she charged with? a. No crime 7. UCR is based on: a. Reports to police by victims 8. What agency is responsible for NCVS? a. Bureau of Justice Statistics 9. Delinquency in a birth cohort – Marvin Wolfgang found ___ % of youths accounted for ½ offenses committed by entire sample:
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a. 6% 10.What supreme court case – “compulsory exclusion, through constitutionary suspect is justified during circumstances of “emergency and peril”” a. Korematsu vs. U.S. 11.Homeland security – Michael Chertoff stated to host of new border security programs to tighten security – frustrated by the growing amounts of people – “protest US; but, not if it inconveniences me”, “Very clear of the consequences of dropping our guard” – how do you classify him? a. Crime control supported b. Public order advocate 12.Efforts of the CJ system to accomplish preventing crime a. Institutional of fusion centers b. Rehabilitation centers c. Homicide investigations d. Undercover police 13.Which is not ideal of the CJS for individual rights advocates? a. System adversarial b. Evidentiary standard should be that defendant is presumed guilty c. Decrease number of types of individual protections d. Develop programs to rehabilitate offenders 14.When is CJ process – defendant enters a plea: a. Arraignment 15.Who returns indictment a. Grand jury 16.Which model – efficient arrest and conviction offenders: a. Due process b. Consensus c. Crime control d. Conflict 17.When offender receives ____ sentence, one sentence after another is completed a. Consecutive 18.Which index crime – highest crime rate a. Rape b. Robbery
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c. Arson d. Murder 19.Which data source – respondents reveal an illegal activity that they were involved? a. Self report 20.Which index crime is least likely to occur? a. Murder
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