CCJS Review sheet 1

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CCJS Review sheet 1 11/03/2008 23:13:00 Juvenile Delinquency Chapter 1 Delinquency and Public Policy All lecture notes created by Christine White Who is Lionel Tate? Who is Lionel Tate? In 1999, 12 year old boy crushes 6 year old Tiffany Eunick’s skull Who is Tiffany Eunick? Lionel Tate’s Criminal Court Timeline 2001: found guilty  2003 (December): conviction 2004 (January): released from  2004 (September): probation violation 2005 (May): robbery charge 2006 (May): sent back Who is Cody Posey?
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Why Did Cody Kill? Prosecutor’s argument: Defense argument: How did the Courts punish him? Tried as a juvenile but punished as an adult Verdicts:  Dad Step-mom Step-sister Why Would They Kill Their Father? Two Theories 1. boys voluntarily killed dad 2. adult friend, Ricky Chavis, murdered dad How Did The Courts Rule? October 2002:  November 2002: 
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Who is Ken Bartley, Jr.? Can children form criminal intent? Intent is more than just wanting to break the law. 0 to 7 7 to 14 14 and older Children = Adults? The United States followed the lead of the English System Apprenticeship Program Early Family Life punishment Parens Patriae This goal of rehabilitation is based on “government as parent” Legal term developed in 1899 in Illinois Child savers How has the Juvenile Court changed in the past 40-50 years? Role of prosecutor?
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Formal transfer hearings? Protection against self-incrimination Notice? Confront witnesses? Burden of proof? How has the Juvenile Court changed in the past 40-50 years? In your view, have the changes improved the juvenile justice system or have they  had a negative impact? Principal steps in the juvenile justice process Role of the police Intake Detention Plea agreement Transfer hearing Adjudication hearing Disposition hearing Review hearing Aftercare Principal steps in the juvenile justice process Do you think the juvenile justice process should be more or less like the process  for adults accused of criminal offenses? Principal steps in the juvenile justice process
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