1. Issues involving police searches are addressed in the_______ Amendment to the Constitution.A. Fourth C. SixthB. Fifth D. Eighth2. Which defense contends that the defendant should be notguilty because his or her state of mind negates criminalresponsibility?A. Entrapment C. ConsentB. Compulsion D. Insanity3. Which agency oversees the collection of information that’scompiled into the Uniform Crime Report?A. Secret Service C. FBIB. DEA D. IRS4. Under which kind of legal proceeding may an injured person seek monetary damages?A. Contract law C. Civil lawB. Criminal law D. Property law5. Which perspective focuses on the stigma that a defendant might acquire once he orshe is convicted?A. Crime control C. RestorativeB. Rehabilitation D. Nonintervention6. What type of measurement is the primary source of official crime statistics?A. The National Crime Victimization Survey C. The Uniform Crime ReportB. Self-report surveys D. The longitudinal cohort survey7. Which theory suggests that people commit crime because of status frustration?A. Differential association theory C. Social disorganizationB. Anomie D. Modeling8. The ruling in the case of Terry v. Ohio allowed police officers toA. make warrantless arrests.B. make a search incident to an arrest.C. talk to people without arresting them.D. stop and frisk a suspicious individual.9. An exception to the exclusionary rule is the _______ exception.A. stop and frisk C. good faithB. warrantless search D. threshold inquiry10. What kind of laws arose from judges’ decisions?A. Procedural C. CivilB. Criminal D. Common11. The idea that a person must be found both factually and legally guilty of a crime isrelated toA. the crime control model of law enforcementB. the doctrine of legal guilt.C. double jeopardy.D. traditional conservative values.12. Who was the originator of psychoanalytic theory, which suggests that criminalssuffered from deep-seated problems?A. Sigmund Freud C. Cesare LombrosoB. Cesare Beccaria D. Dorothy Ottnow Lewis13. Of the sociological theories used to explain why crime happens, which theory focuseson the uneven distribution of wealth in society?A. Labeling theory C. Radical theoryB. Culture of poverty D. Social structure theory14. What measurement of how crime is reported attempts to measure figures missed byofficial statistics and victims’ reports of crime?A. The National Crime Victimization SurveyB. Self-report surveysC. The Uniform Crime ReportD. The Uniform Measure of Victims of Crime15. Police don’t need a search warrant to seize evidence whenA. they’re looking for drugs.B. the evidence is in a motor vehicle.C. they’re looking for stolen goods.D. the evidence is in plain view.16. Prohibiting certain behaviors that arguably shouldn’t be prohibited is referred to asA. overcriminalization. C. actus reus.B. ex post facto law. D. undercriminalization.17. Advocates of which perspective have little patience with so-called “bleeding heart”judges?A. Rehabilitation C. Crime controlB. Justice D. Due process18. The right to a speedy trial is covered by the _______ Amendment.A. First C. SixthB. Fourth D. Fourteenth19. A serious offense punishable by confinement in prison for more than a year is aA. misdemeanor. C. corporal offense.B. capital offense. D. felony.20. The study of criminal human beings is calledA. atavist study. C. criminal anthropology.B. criminology. D. forensic anthropology.
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1. A. Fourth
2. D. Insanity
3. C. FBI
4. C. Civil law
5. B. Rehabilitation
6. C. The Uniform Crime Report
8. D. stop and frisk a suspicious individual.
9. C. good faith
10. D. Common
11. B. the doctrine of legal guilt.
12. A. Sigmund Freud
13. D. Social structure theory
14. B. Self-report surveys
15. D. the evidence is in plain view.
16. A. overcriminalization.
17. C. Crime control
18. C. Sixth
19. D. felony.
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1. According to a number of studies, which of the followingstatements is false?A. How youths behave towards the police influence whetheror not an arrest is made.B. An arrest may be made simply because of who thecomplainant is.C. Girls are less likely than boys to be arrested for criminaloffenses.D. Girl status offenders are less likely than boy statusoffenders to be formally processed.2. In what case did the Supreme Court rule that a finding ofdelinquency in a juvenile case must be made with the samelevel of evidence used in an adult case: beyond a reasonabledoubt?A. Schall v. Martin C. In re Winship
B. Breed v. Jones D. In re Gault
3. A juvenile may serve the rest of a sentence duringA. detention. C. intake.B. aftercare. D. reduction.4. In what case did the Supreme Court say that juveniles aren’t entitled to a jury trial?A. McKeiver v. Pennsylvania C. Schall v. MartinB. New Jersey v. T.L.O. D. In re Winship5. After police processing, the juvenile offender is typically remanded to the local juvenilecourt’s _______ division.A. intake C. bailB. detention D. plea bargaining6. When a juvenile court is looking out for the “best interests of the child,” what philosophyis the court applying?A. Due process C. Delinquency preventionB. Parens patriae D. Waiver7. In what case did the Supreme Court establish that the hearing on whether to transfera case to criminal court is a critically important stage in the juvenile justice process?A. Kent v. United States C. In re GaultB. Breed v. Jones D. In re Winship8. The maximum prison at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba isA. Supermax. C. Camp Delta.B. Abu Ghraib. D. Camp Clandestine.
9. From a legal perspective, if you receive an e-mail claiming that there’s a problem withyour Internet account and that you should update your billing information through alink embedded in that e-mail, you’re most probably experiencingA. spam. C. dumpster diving.B. phishing. D. shoulder surfing.10. Restricting the development of the DNA database is a focus ofA. the conservative approach.B. crime control law enforcement.C. JUMP advocates.D. proponents of the due process model of law enforcement.11. About how many juveniles are being held in residential facilities?A. 100,000 C. 150,000B. 125,000 D. 200,000
12. The juvenile equivalent of a trial is calledA. detention. C. aftercare.B. a waiver hearing. D. adjudication.13. The most important case to impact and enhance the due process protections ofjuveniles within the juvenile court system wasA. Kent v. United States.B. Miranda v. Arizona.C. In re Gault.D. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Fisher.14. When prosecutors postpone or eliminate criminal prosecution in exchange for a juvenileoffenders’ participation in community service programs, this is calledA. discretion. C. diversion.B. plea bargaining. D. disposition.15. The State of Illinois created the first juvenile court in what year?A. 1818 C. 1847B. 1819 D. 189916. To receive a waiver to transfer a juvenile offender to the adult courts, a prosecutormust generallyA. prove beyond all doubt that the offense was committed deliberately by the juvenile.B. show that the juvenile has had a long record of criminal behavior.C. demonstrate that the juvenile presents a danger to society.D. provide a birth certificate showing the child is older than 13.
17. The first correctional institutions devoted exclusively to youth incarceration wereA. training schools. C. poor houses.B. cottage reformatories. D. houses of refuge.18. One of the concerns with trying juveniles as adults isA. difficulty of the transfer process of some states.B. whether the juvenile is intellectually competent to assist in his or her defense.C. difficulty in getting the parents to agree to the transfer.D. limitations of the plea bargaining process that will result.
19. The vast majority of adjudications areA. dismissed. C. bench adjudications.B. uncontested. D. tried by jury.20. The philosophy that justifies state intervention in the lives of children when theirparents are unable or unwilling to protect them isA. parens dire. C. capias.B. petit jury. D. parens patriae.
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1. The penitentiary concept was originally put into wide practice inA. England. C. Milan.B. the United States. D. Wales.2. The decision about which institution in a jurisdiction anoffender will go to begin his or her term of incarceration ismade at theA. regional office of the BOP.B. community corrections and detention division.C. BOP central office in Washington, D.C.D. classification facility.
3. One of the criticisms waged against cocorrectional facilities isthatA. women prisoners are offered few, if any, economic oreducational advantages.B. male prisoners are not supervised efficiently, puttingwomen at risk.C. pseudofamilies established by the women are negativelyaffected.D. the prison normalizes the environment by integrating thesexes in the daytime.
4. What percentage of state prison inmates report having some kind of mental problem?A. 15 percent C. 43 percentB. 24 percent D. 56 percent5. Homosexual activity in women’s institutions is based onA. the predominance of homosexual women in prison.B. affection.C. dominance.D. pseudofamily roles.6. If a probationer violates the terms of his or her probation, he or she may be subject toA. mandatory jail time. C. revocation.B. restitution. D. community service.7. Money penalties keyed to an offender’s net daily income are calledA. damages. C. day fines.B. fines. D. forfeitures.8. One kind of community correctional facility is aA. halfway house. C. work camp.B. minimum-security prison. D. jail.9. Who conducts the presentence investigation?A. Probation agency C. Defendant’s lawyerB. Parole officer D. Treatment supervisor
10. _______ was credited with the idea that people should know precisely what punishmentwas prescribed for specific offenses and that the severity of that punishmentshould fit the crime.A. William Penn C. XXXXX XXXXXB. Graeme Newman D. Cesare Beccaria11. In what case did the U.S. Supreme Court rule that censorship of a prisoner’s mailcould happen only during certain specific situations?A. Cooper v. Pate C. Procunier v. MartinezB. Johnson v. Avery D. O’Lone v. Estate of Shabazz12. Offenders who are sentenced to two years of _______ must pass through a series ofphases that become progressively less restrictive.A. minimum security imprisonment C. shock probationB. traditional probation D. intensive-supervision probation
13. One of the criticisms of assigning first-time nonviolent white-collar offenders to federalhalfway houses instead of prisons wasA. it discouraged real rehabilitation.B. it allowed wealthy offenders to circumvent sentencing guidelines.C. communities were up in arms about having halfway houses in theirneighborhoods.D. 40 percent of the halfway house residents failed to complete their programssuccessfully.14. If someone has been sentenced to nonsecure community corrections, then that person isA. on residential probation.B. under house arrest.C. under intensive probation supervision.D. in prison.15. Clemmer identified the process of assimilation of a new inmate into the existing prisonculture asA. the importation model. C. prisonization.B. institutionalization. D. subculture shock.16. Which of the following punishments is considered an intermediate sanction?A. Probation C. Suspended sentenceB. Home confinement D. Incarceration
17. Prerelease programs that allow inmates to participate in furloughs in order to searchfor a job have been shown toA. have no effect on recidivism rates.B. reduce the risks to public safety after release.C. decrease the likelihood that an inmate will return to drug and alcohol abuse.D. increase the risks to public safety.18. The median educational level of both federal and state inmates isA. 12 years. C. some high school.B. eighth grade. D. sixth grade.
19. Which of the following typically lasts 90–180 days?A. A suspended sentence C. Shock incarcerationB. Probation D. Parole20. Most regard John Augustus as the contemporary originator ofA. parole. C. intermediate punishment.B. suspended sentences. D. probation.
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1. The penitentiary concept was originally put into wide practice in
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For Mr. Chris M. exam #40632900
1. According to a number of studies, which of the following