Chapter 12 quiz

Chapter 12 quiz - The correct answer(s):False Your...

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Chapter 12 quiz Your grade was 100%. Your score is 100 out of 100. You got 10 question(s) out of 10 correct. 1) Retribution is punishment in proportion to the harm caused by the offender. The correct answer(s):True Your response(s): (Correct) True (1) 2) Deterrence is concerned with future behavior. The correct answer(s):True Your response(s): (Correct) True (1) 3) Incapacitation is an attempt to limit future criminal acts. The correct answer(s):True Your response(s): (Correct) True (1) 4) Rehabilitation focuses on the offender. The correct answer(s):True Your response(s): (Correct) True (1) 5) Incarceration is the most visible penalty imposed by U.S. Courts. The correct answer(s):True Your response(s): (Correct) True (1) 6) A sentence for a specified time is termed an indeterminate sentence.
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Unformatted text preview: The correct answer(s):False Your response(s): (Correct) False (2) 7) Most people think mandatory minimum sentences are a good idea. The correct answer(s):True Your response(s): (Correct) True (1) 8) Excluding fines, probation is the most frequently applied criminal sanction. The correct answer(s):True Your response(s): (Correct) True (1) 9) Public support for the death penalty has declined since the 1990s. The correct answer(s):True Your response(s): (Correct) True (1) 10) Offenders who commit their crimes while under the age of 18 can be executed in the U.S. The correct answer(s):False Your response(s): (Correct) False (2)...
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