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Date of Live Lesson: April 19, 2017
Live Lesson Instructor: Mr. Quixley
Live Lesson Topic: Criminial
1. Name two examples of capital crimes. Premeditated murder and murder of a
2. Name two examples of federal crimes. Bank robbery and kidnapping.
3. Explain the difference between jails and prisons. Jails are smaller and me
1. To whom does the Constitution give the power to create other federal courts as needed?
The constitution gave the power to congress to establish lower federal courts. There is
only on US Supreme Court established by the constitution.
2. List one thing t
Instructions: Read the article, "US Prison Population Seeing 'Unprecedented Increase'"
Then, answer the questions that follow.
1. By what percent has the U.S. prison population increased in the last three decades?
U.S. Prison population has increased by 7
1. Why are there so many types of diversion programs for juveniles? There are many
to try to avoid sending the juvenile to court. They also believe they can change the
way the minor behaves.
2. Why is the juvenile justice system more focu
1. When should a judge recuse himself or herself from a case? When they have bias
towards the case, such as deciding a case for a family member.
2. What kinds of court cases are heard by federal courts? Name at least three. Cases
Instructions: Start the video at Chapter 8, entitled "Felony Murder." Watch chapters 811. Then, answer the questions below.
1. What is felony murder? A rule that any death that happens during the time a
felony is considered murder. (like robbery)
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Sarah Babbitt, 5th
Spei Prospectum is a relatively large country. The name is Latin
and means A hopeful horizon. The country is know for its
beautiful flora that grows there, such as the rose
Unified Critical Communications
1. For what specific purpose is the TM9400 P25 Mobile
It has been designed for use in challenging environments
while delivering quality audio and intuitive operation to first
I- Philosophy in Prison.
1- Do you think there are benefits to teaching prisoners about
Yes, there must be lots!
2- The speaker seems to question whether or not the violent
crime the prisoner committed defines him. What do you thin
1- Why is the notion of ethics particularly important in the criminal justice
Because if it doesnt exist, the system would be corrupt and the country
would be a lot more unsafe because more criminals would be free.
2- Why did
1- Why are there so many types of diversion programs for
A= in the juvenile justice system, the emphasis is placed on the
offender rather than the offense. Child advocates know that every
child is different and what works for o
1- What typically happens in the brain when someone perceives a
threat? What happens if this process doesn't work correctly? How
might this explain violent behavior?
A= When you're exposed to stress, you program your body to
have a more elaborate,
1- Why is it important to set short-term goals in addition to longterm goals?
Because setting short-term goals can keep you on track and
motivated to continue striving toward the long-term goals you
need to achieve in order to become happ
1- Why do you think people are so interested in forensic science?
Because of programs such as CSI that makes it all seem way
easier to do than it really is.
2- How are fingerprints analyzed?
Forensics search for similar patrons on fingerprints
Name three of the mundane (or less exciting) duties
of a police officer that cop dramas typically do not
-Testifying in court cases
-Patrolling certain areas
-Writing tickets, citations, and reports
What are some of the dut
What are the purposes of work release programs? Name two.
- To enable inmates to retain their jobs and continue supporting
-To pay victim restitution while doing their time.
What factors do officials take into considera
Unit 06 Text Questions
1. Identify and discuss two different goals that the criminal justice system
a. The criminal justice focuses on prevention, and punishment of
2. What are two different types of deterrence? Describe e
Unit 02 Lab Questions
Exploring the Mind of a Killer <- your first lab link
1. What factors does Fallon suggest create psychopathic killers?
a. An interaction of genes, or epigenetic effects that ties together
brain damage and environment. When this kind
Unit One; Text Questions
1. What is crime?
a. Crime is human actions that violate the laws of the country,
state, or area that person is living in.
2. What are three different types of norms? Given an example of each.
a. Mores; a shared a
Unit 04 Lab Questions
Steven Pinker on the Myth of Violence <- your first lab link
1. What myth about violence is happening today?
2. What does Pinker argue about violence?
Our ancestors were far more violent than we are today.
Violence has bee
Unit 04 Text Questions
1. What are two of the different legal categories of homicide? Discuss
each type and provide an example of a homicide that would fall under
a. Manslaughter; this charge is for instances where the accus
Unit 03 Lab Questions
Online Cyber Crime <- your first lab link
1. How much money was lost to internet thievery? Is this number
a. Due to internet thievery, more than half a billion was lost. It is
hard to be exact about the amount of money due
Unit 05 Text Questions
1. What are the two types of white-collar crimes?
a. Corporate crimes; these crimes are committed by companies and
b. Occupational crimes; committed by an individual for personal
gain during the course o
Unit Two Quiz Answers
1 out of 1 points
Freud argued that which part of our personality held our unconscious
urges, desires, and drives?
1 out of 1 points
Somatotyping uses what to explain crime
Unit 03 Text Questions
1. What is social disorganization theory?
a. Social conflict, change, and lack of consensus in a group lead to
2. What are three of the different adaptations that Merton identifies?
Identify and discuss the t
Unit Two Text Questions
1. What are the four body types in William H. Sheldons somatotyping?
Describe each body type and identify which one Sheldon believed was
related to delinquency and crime.
a. Endomorphs are soft and round, with larg
Unit One Discussion Question
Why do you think people are so fascinated by crime and criminals? What is it about
people like Ed Gein or about crime/law television and movies that we find
People are so fascinated by crime and criminals because
Unit 06 Lab Questions
The Real CSI <- your first lab link
1. What happened in the investigation of the Madrid bombings with the
2. What assumptions have been made about fingerprints? What are the
problems with these assumptions?
Unit One Lab Questions
1. What led the FBI to investigate this particular place?
Children that were playing in a vacant lot found a decaying body of a mob boss,
which led to the investigation.
2. How was this investigation different from an archaeological