Juvenile Justice A Guide to Theory Policy and Practice 8th Edition by Steven M. Cox Jennifer M. Allen Robert D. Hanser John J. Conrad Test bank

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Juvenile Justice A Guide to Theory Policy and Practice 8th Edition by Steven M. Cox Jennifer M. Allen Robert D. Hanser John J. Conrad Test bank

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Cox, Juvenile Justice, 8th Edition Instructor Resource

1. Proceedings concerning juveniles officially begin with the ______ alleging that a juvenile is delinquent.

a. arrest
b. preliminary hearing
*c. filing of a petition
d. none of the above

2. A ______ occurs when a police officer negotiates a settlement with a juvenile, often with his or her parents, without taking further action.

a. discretionary decision
*b. stationhouse adjustment
c. preliminary conference
d. none of the above

3. A ______ is a voluntary meeting arranged by a juvenile probation officer with the victim, the juvenile, and typically the juveniles parents or guardian in an attempt to negotiate a settlement without taking further official action.

a. stationhouse adjustment
b. deferment conference
*c. preliminary conference
d. none of the above

4. Since the ______ decision, regardless of the particular jurisdiction juveniles in the U.S. have been guaranteed a number of basic rights at the adjudicatory stage.

a. Kent
b. George T.
*c. Gault
d. none of the above

5. The protection afforded by the 4th Amendment, ______, extends to juveniles.

a. right to a jury trial
b. due process and equal protection
*c. prohibiting unreasonable search and seizure
d. none of the above

6. In ______ and ______, the U.S. Supreme Court used the voluntariness test to determine the admissibility of statements made by juveniles to the police.

a. Kent v. U.S. | Haley v. Ohio
b. Gallegos v. Colorado | In re Gault
*c. Haley v. Ohio | Gallegos v. Colorado
d. none of the above

7. When ______ is the alleged reason for taking a juvenile into custody, law enforcement officers must adhere to appropriate constitutional guidelines.

*a. delinquency
b. abuse and neglect
c. unruly behavior
d. none of the above

8. Detention can be authorized by the intake officer for up to ______ hours, at which time the minor is either released to his or her parents or brought before the court.

a. 24
*b. 36
c. 48
d. none of the above

9. The maximum length of time considered to be immediate is usually established by ______.

*a. state statute
b. administrative procedure
c. federal sentencing guidelines
d. none of the above

10. If the juvenile is not released within ______ hours after being placed in detention, an informal detention hearing is held to determine whether further detention is warranted or required.

a. 36
b. 48
*c. 72
d. none of the above

11. The contents of the petition are governed by ______ in each juvenile court act.

*a. statutory requirements
b. administrative procedures
c. procedural guidelines
d. none of the above

12. According to the Uniform Juvenile Court Act, the petition must also contain allegations that relate to the childs need of treatment or rehabilitation if ______ or ______ is alleged.

*a. delinquency | unruly behavior
b. abuse or neglect
c. abuse or delinquency
d. none of the above

13. The ______ is a fact-finding hearing to determine whether the allegations in the petition are valid.

*a. adjudicatory hearing
b. preliminary conference
c. detention hearing
d. none of the above

14. In the ______ decision, the U.S. Supreme Court was clear in its holding that when the state undertakes to prove a child delinquent for committing a criminal act, it must do so beyond a reasonable doubt.

a. Gault
*b. Winship
c. Kent
d. none of the above

15. The Court reiterated in ______ that the due process standard of fundamental fairness should be applied to juvenile court proceedings.

a. Breed v. Jones (1975.
b. In re Gault (1967.
*c. McKeiver v. Pennsylvania (1971.
d. none of the above

16. The 6th Amendment right to, ______, has been incorporated into juvenile court acts.

a. reasonable search and seizure
b. obtain bail
*c. speedy trial
d. none of the above

17. Adjudicatory hearings must be held within 30 days of the time the petition is filed, this timeline is by ______.

a. procedural guidelines
*b. statutory requirement
c. administrative procedures
d. none of the above

18. The term ward of the court means that as an agency of the state, the court, has determined it is necessary to exercise its role of ______.

a. guardian ad litem
b. parens patriae
*c. in loco parentis
d. none of the above.

19. An unruly child may be disposed of by the court in any authorized disposition allowable for the delinquent except commitment to a ______.

*a. state correctional agency
b. group home
c. foster care
d. none of the above

20. Disposition involving ______ or ______ often requires compulsory attendance at a community-based treatment or rehabilitation program.

a. commitment to foster care | probation
*b. probation | suspended sentence
c. a juvenile with mental illness | suspended sentence
d. none of the above

21. A petition can only be filed by the states attorney or prosecutor.

a. True
*b. False

22. The courts have eased restrictions on the admission of statements made in the totality of circumstances regarding abuse and neglect cases.

*a. True
b. False

23. Circumstances considered regarding waivers include the age, competency, educational level of the juvenile, and his or her ability to understand the nature of the charges; methods and length of the interrogation are not considered.

a. True
*b. False

24. The Uniform Juvenile Court Act does not allow detention in a local jail.

a. True
*b. False

25. Generally speaking, evidence or information presented at preliminary conference is admissible at any later stage in the juvenile court proceedings.

a. True
*b. False

26. Delinquency petitions must contain sufficient factual details to inform the juvenile of the nature of the offense leading to allegations of delinquency.

*a. True
b. False

27. Because a juvenile is involved, the adjudicatory hearing is always closed to the public.

a. True
*b. False

28. Juvenile court acts prohibit public hearings on the grounds that opening such hearings to the public would be detrimental to the child.

*a. True
b. False

29. When motions to dismiss based on procedural irregularities are made, they are almost routinely granted.

a. True
*b. False

30. Violation of conditions requiring attendance at a community-based treatment or rehabilitation program may result in revocation of probation or a suspended sentence.

*a. True
b. False

31. The remaining question after the Gault decision concerned the extent to which its mandate logically extended to other stages of the juvenile justice process, particularly the _____.

Correct Answer(s):
a. police investigatory process

32. The Court may appoint a ______ for a juvenile if the juvenile has no parents or guardian appearing on his or her behalf or if the parents or guardians interests conflict with those of the juvenile.

Correct Answer(s):
a. guardian ad Litem

33. Generally speaking, the courts have relied on ______ approach in determining the validity of a waiver.

Correct Answer(s):
a. a totality of circumstances

34. In deciding ______, the U.S. Supreme Court indicated that a jury was not necessary for fact-finding purposes leaving the issue of a trial by jury up to the individual states.

Correct Answer(s):
a. McKeiver

35. There is a clear-cut trend toward treating all juvenile court procedures as ______.

Correct Answer(s):
a. adversarial

36. If a juvenile is not released to his or her parents soon after being taken into custody, most states require that a/an ______ be held within a specified time period.

Correct Answer(s):
a. detention hearing

37. In establishing the notification requirement, the U.S. Supreme Court in Gault set forth two conditions that must be met: ______ and ______.

Correct Answer(s):
a. timeliness | adequacy

38. The standard applicable to categories such as deprived, abused or neglected, and dependent is generally the standard of ______.

Correct Answer(s):
a. clear and convincing evidence

39. When the judge postpones adjudication and specifies a time period during which the court will observe the juvenile is referred to as an order for ______.

Correct Answer(s):
a. continuance under supervision

40. Between the adjudicatory hearing and the dispositional hearing a ______ is conducted by members of the courts staff to aid the court in determining the final disposition.

Correct Answer(s):
a. social background investigation

41. List the rights afforded to a juvenile who is alleged to be delinquent.

Correct Answer:
Varies.

42. Explain what the Uniform Juvenile Court Act (1968. states in regard to a juvenile being taken into custody

Correct Answer:
Varies.

43. Summarize the key points found in Teen Interrogation Not a Textbook Case.

Correct Answer:
Varies.

44. List the agencies or individuals to whom a deprived child may be temporarily transferred legally.

Correct Answer:
Varies.

45. Explain why it is essential that anyone involved in the juvenile justice network be completely familiar with the appropriate procedures for dealing with juveniles and with the rules governing members of the juvenile justice system.

Correct Answer:
Varies.

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