CJ 350 Study Guide and Practice Questions Exam #2 (Winter 2011)

CJ 350 Study Guide and Practice Questions Exam #2 (Winter 2011)

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Study Guide and Practice Questions CJ 350 Exam #2 Instructor: Dr. Kierkus Date: March 24, 2011 The following are key concepts that we covered in the course since the last exam. You should be able to write a short essay on each topic, if you can’t, you should review that subject area again. This study guide is not exhaustive, that is, it does not cover every possible question I could ask on the exam. You are responsible for anything that I covered during the lectures, materials presented in videos, the topics covered by guest speakers, as well as the relevant chapters of your textbook (4-7 and 10). However, it does identify the key areas of concentration on which most of the questions will be based. 1. The first juvenile court (Chicago, 1899). 2. Key cases relevant to early juvenile courts. 3. The reform movement of the 1960s and 70s. 4. Legal issues associated with modern juvenile courts. 5. Roles of the modern juvenile court. 6. Procedures used in modern juvenile court (how has this changed historically). 7. Structure of the modern juvenile court. 8. The role of the juvenile court judge. 9. Juvenile drug courts. 10. Juvenile court referees and quasi-judicial officials. 11. The role of the juvenile court administrator. 12. The role of the prosecuting attorney.
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CJ 350 Study Guide and Practice Questions Exam #2 (Winter 2011)

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