analyze factors influencing the development of the American juvenile justice system. Understanding the factors that have influenced the juvenile justice system will give you a better idea of where the juvenile system is today and why. In an 8- to 10-slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation: Analyze factors influencing the development of the American juvenile justice system. Summarize the beginning of the juvenile era. Include information detailing the earliest known juvenile laws. Discuss the Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1899 and elaborate how this legislation impacted the juvenile justice system. Define and discuss how parens patriae relates to the juvenile justice system. […]
Question Description Select an evaluation model that you determine has the most applicability and relevance to criminal justice policy today. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper summarizing the model you have chosen and provide an analysis and explanation for your choice. Include the following in your paper: A summary of the model An explanation of why your chosen model is the most applicable and relevant An assessment of the effectiveness of your chosen model in evaluating a specific criminal justice policy Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Regarding the case U.S. v. Haynes (1998) 143 F.3d 1089 (7th Cir, 1998), present an argument in defense of Haynes’ conduct. Make sure you back up your argument with a legal and factual basis. Must be at least 250 to 300 word count in APA format.
300 to 400 words First of all, read the short article below and watch the following videos: Military LSD Testing (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Inside the Tripper’s Brain (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Inside LSD (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. LSD for Depression and Addiction (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. How do you feel about the military using soldiers to test drugs such as LSD without their knowledge? If it were legal, would you consider trying LSD? Why or why not? What are […]
Theoretical Perspectives and Delinquency There are many perspectives used to explain juvenile delinquency. One such perspective, the psychodynamic theory, suggests delinquent behavior is rooted in both social experiences and individual characteristics. The routine activities theory suggests that delinquency is the result of criminal opportunities present to would-be offenders. On the basis of the given information, answer the following questions: Is delinquency learned, or is it just a part of one’s genetic makeup? Should juveniles be treated for their delinquent behaviors, or should they be punished? Do you think juvenile delinquent theories can be applied to all behaviors of juveniles? How […]
Question Description Write a well informed paragraph in which you explain the pretrial process, along with the following associated activities: The prosecutor’s duty to disclose exculpatory information Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Question Description Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you articulate how a defendant’s rights at trial can be assured. Discuss the pretrial process, jury selection (ex: voir dire), and determine how to insure this defendant is provided the rights to: a speedy trial an impartial judge an impartial jury Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
You will complete the assigned readings and post a 400-word thread answering the Discussion Board question assigned from the readings. Threads require a minimum of 3 properly formatted citations. The thread must be submitted in the Discussion Board Forum’s textbox as well as a properly formatted, current APA Word document. In his 2001 article, “Good to Great”, Jim Collins found 11 companies that went from good to great and metaphorically discussed how each of them did this. Of particular note was how Collins described the transformation of Wells Fargo. Using the Hedgehog Concept, Collins argued that leaders are hedgehogs, not […]
In order to get the maximum points, each student MUST answer the discussion question substantively and provide an example that demonstrates his or her understanding of the material. Substantially answering each question means using AT LEAST six (6) detailed sentences. In addition, each student must respond to AT LEAST two other student’s postings in the Discussion Forum using AT LEAST six (6) detailed sentences. Students SHOULD NOT agree or compliment other students, as this will not count towards their grade. APA referencing IS NOT required. 1. What are the typical motivations of most active shooters in the United States? How […]
Criminal justice administrators must be aware that the public maintains great interest in the operation of their agencies. Particularly when dangerous lawbreakers are involved, mistakes can be costly, and are reported publicly. To what extent does an agency’s dependence on public opinion impede or encourage planned change? What changes should the management of a troubled correctional facility make to keep the employees happy and prevent the public from going against the facility? Provide an example of a significant research study done in the criminal justice field. How have the results of this research study revolutionized the working of the criminal […]