Criminal Justice quiz - 77033

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  • From: Law, Criminal Justice
  • Due on: Wed 22 Apr, 2015 (08:00am)
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  1. What are the grounds for termination of parental rights:

 

Child of any age has been in foster care for 15 of the most recent 22 months, unless exceptions apply

 

Child is an abandoned infant

 

Parent has committed, aided or attempted the murder or voluntary manslaughter of a sibling of the child

 

Parent has committed a felony assault resulting in serious bodily injury to the child or a sibling of the child

 

All of the above

  1. A criteria for transferring a juvenile to criminal court? 

 

Youth’s age and criminal sophistication

 

The youth does not have a responsible parent

 

The youth’s previous delinquency history

 

All of the above

 

Both a and c

  1. The goals of juvenile corrections include:

 

Retribution, just deserts, punishment, and restorative justice.

 

Incapacitation, just deserts, incarceration, and retribution.

 

Retribution, incapacitation, punishment and rehabilitation. 

 

Retribution, incapacitation, deterrence, and rehabilitation.

QUESTION 4

  1. The two types of blended sentences are: 

 

Blended and exclusive

 

Inclusive and exclusive

 

Exclusive and dual

 

Dual and inclusive

QUESTION 5

  1. What are the goals of probation?

 

Protect public by supervising and controlling juvenile conduct

 

Hold juveniles accountable for their actions and improve the delinquents’ behavior through rehabilitation. 

 

To make juveniles pay for their crimes

 

Both A and B

QUESTION 6

  1. What is reentry also known for?

 

Parole or aftercare

 

Going back to prison

 

Recidivism

 

Community Service

QUESTION 7

  1. The two components of reentry are?

 

Services and supervision 

 

Selective Incarceration

 

Intensive intervention while incarcerated, during transition into the community and while under community supervision

 

Both a and c

QUESTION 8

  1. In what instance can a parent be criminally charged for child abuse or neglect?

 

When the parent(s) has committed a harmful act against the child 

 

When the parent(s) is unemployed.

 

When a child is struggling in school.

 

Poverty

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