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Grade 3 Exam

Grade 3 Exam - Term Definition What crimes does hardcore...

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Term: What crimes does hardcore gangs prosecute? Definition: Serious or violent felonies where D or V is a gang member. Also some non-violent felonies such as bribery and extortion. Term: What kinds of cases does Major Crimes handle? Definition: Significant cases of public interest and prison gangs Term: Hate crimes section is part of what division? Definition: Organized crime Term: What units are part of Target Crimes? Definition: Arson, CAPOS, Stalking, TRAP Term: Whose approval is needed to file more than 15 counts? Definition: HD/DIC
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Term: Who is responsible for documents needed to establish corpus at PH? Definition: I/O Term: What is the 667(a)(1) allegation? Definition: 5 year enhancement when current charge is serious and D has prior serious felony. Cannot be stricken by court. Term: 3 ways to prosecute juvenile in adult? Definition: Traditional fitness, mandatory direct, discretionary direct Term: Whose approval is needed to deviate or reject charges from juvenile court? Definition: HD Term: Who has burden of proof of minority and by what standard? Definition: D has burden to prove minority by a preponderance
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Term: Who is the final arbiter of D's age? Definition: The juvenile court (therefore, don't dismiss case in adult) Term: What is the office policy regarding discretionary direct filing? Definition: Office will rely primarily on traditional fitness proceedings Term: Who determines whether case qualifies for discretionary direct filing? Definition: Juvenile HD Term: What factors should juvi HD consider in figuring out whether to Discretionary Direct File? Definition: 1. Circumstances/gravity if offense, 2. Minor's history, 3. Past efforts to rehabilitate, 4. Completion of rehab before juvi court's jdx expires, 5. Minor's sophistication, 6. Companion adult D, 7. Any special consideration for Vs or Ws
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Term: If at filing it appears that informant will have to be disclosed, filing DDA Must: Definition: Not file case unless (1) I/O promises
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