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Hemmens, Criminal Courts 3e Instructor Resource Chapter 5 Exam Questions Multiple Choice Questions: 1. Which of the following is not a significant aspect of problem-solving courts? a. A focus on addressing offenders’ underlying problems b. Judicial supervision of offenders *c. A focus on punishing offenders d. Sanctions for noncompliance 2. In what decade did problem-solving courts really begin to become popular? a. 1930s b. 1950s c. 1970s *d. 1990s 3. Traditional courts focus on case processing. What do problem-solving courts focus on? a. Case management *b. Case outcomes c. Case closure d. Case processing 4. All of the following are true of specialized courts except… 5. Which of the following pieces of legislation provided a major boost, both in publicity and financially, to problem-solving courts nationwide? a. The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 b. The Crime Control Act of 1990
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Hemmens, Criminal Courts 3e Instructor Resource *c. The Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 d. The Juvenile Crime Control Act of 1997 6. Which of the following is not one of the six principles for problem-solving courts identified by the Center for Court Innovation? *b. Judicial leadership 7. Which of the following is not one of the six principles for problem-solving courts identified by the Center for Court Innovation? *a. Parental involvement b. Focus on individualized justice c. Emphasis on accountability d. Collaboration between professionals 8. Restorative justice focuses on which of the following pair of concepts? *b. Harm and repair 9. Which of the following is not an example of restorative justice in practice? a. Victim–offender mediation b. Sentencing circles c. Family conferencing *d. Judicial supervision of probation 10. Research has shown that restorative justice works best in which kind of communities? *a. Tight-knit rural communities b. Tight-knit suburban communities c. Tight-knit inner-city communities d. Small, exclusive upper-class communities
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  • Spring '16
  • Zalman
  • juvenile court, significant aspect of problem-solving courts

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