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(1) Most associated with punishing those who are considered most dangerous and turn out to be dangerous is: (a) Corporal punishment (b) Capital punishment (c) Selective incapacitation (d) Categorical capacitation (2) Those juveniles who are predicted to be safe risks for rehabilitation and actually turn out to be quite dangerous are called: (a) False negatives (b) negatives (c) positives (d) false positives (3) One function of classification is to: (a) enable authorities to make decisions about appropriate offender treatments (b) enable juvenile parole boards to make better early-release decisions (c) assist in decision-making relative to effective community crime control (d) all the above (4) The case of In re Gault involved an incarcerative term of: (a) one year (b) two years (c) three years (d) over five years (5) Charges of highly subective judgments have been leveled against: (a) automatic transfer provisions (b) deinstitutionalization proceedings (c) demand waivers (d) judicial waivers (6) Juveniles who wish to have their cases heard in criminal courts rather than in juvenile courts are probably interested in the benefit of a: (a) bench trial (b) jury trial (c) plea bargain (d) charge bargain (7) Long-term incarative facilities for juveniles have about what percentage of status offenders? (a) none (b) 2 percent (c) 20 percent (d) 50 percent (8) A certification means to: (a) transfer custody of juveniles to jailers (b) transfer jurisdiction from juvenile court to criminal court (c) transfer juveniles from nonsecure cusody to secure custody (d) tranfer juvenile probation officers from one location to another (9) Traditional juvenile courts were governed largely by the doctrine of: (a) parens patriae (b) religious righteousness (c) due process (d) just deserts (10) Traditional juvenile courts were: (a) adversarial (b) one-sided (c) democratic (d) bureaucratic (11) Chronic delays in juvenile offender processing are: (a) common (b) uncommon (c) unconstitutional (d) a violation of a juvenile's right to a speedy trial (12) Juvenile courts are increasingly: (a) less formal (b) bureaucratic (c) one-sided (d) more punishment-centered (13) Regarding due process rights, juveniles: (a) have such rights (b) do not have such rights (c) only have these rights if judges grant them (d) only have these rights if intake officers agree (14) A common measure of program effectiveness is: (a) recidivism (b) how many blacks enroll in self-help programs (c) the number of children under age 16 who are considered at-risk youths (d) none of the above (15) A legal factor in an intake hearing is: (a) the quality of one's family (b) one's social status (c) one's appearance (d) none of the above (16) Studies of juveniles in several jurisdictions indicate that juveniles belive that they: (a) have a good understanding of the law (b) have a poor understanding of the law (c) should have attorneys (d) should have jury trails
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