Kaylee.docx - Court Observation Assignment 50 points(25 points per case DUE Tuesday November 12th You will need to answer the following questions about

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Court Observation Assignment 50 points (25 points per case) DUE: Tuesday, November 12th You will need to answer the following questions about two different cases that we observe in the juvenile court on November 5th. You need to type the question and answers for the following: 1. What type of hearing was it (CHINS v Delinquency – Initial Hearing, Detention etc.)? 2. What was the purpose of the hearing? 3. What was the juvenile charged with or what were the CHINS allegations? 4. What was the outcome of the hearing? What influenced this outcome? 5. Write a brief reflection (1 paragraph) about the hearing. For example, you may reflect on something that surprised you, something that confused you, something you learned or something you disagreed with.
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Unformatted text preview: Answers need not be long. However, homework must accurately answer each question and present writing with no grammatical errors to receive full credit. No late work will be accepted – no exceptions! 1. Delinquency case and prior to initial hearing she was on probation 2. Left home with out permission from her dad 3. 2 counts of Runaway and 1 count of truancy 4. She is now on an indefinite period of probation and 30 days house arrest, she must maintain employment and partake in interactive journaling 5. I don’t know why the dad would let her leave for 2 months and let her stay at her boyfriend’s house. Seems pretty weird. You can force your child to come home. You can punish them....
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