Strayer CRJ 100 CRJ/100 CRJ100 Week 11 Final Exam Solutions


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CRJ 100 Week 11 Final Exam Answers / Introduction to Criminal Justice

  1. What modern concept is attributed to the 19th century volunteer work of John Augustus?
  2. What is the least punitive alternative on the punishment ladder?
  3. Which of the following is not a landmark Supreme Court case that deals with the legal rights of probationers?
  4. What was the predominant societal view of female inmates at the turn of the 20th century?
  5. Which of the following is a difference between juvenile and adult justice systems?
  6. Modern development of legally separating adult and juvenile offenders can be traced to two developments in English custom law, one is?
  7. Which of the following is a common reason for a defendant to waive the preliminary hearing?
  8. In what 1976 case did the court rule unconstitutional a trial judge’s order prohibiting the press from reporting the confessions implicating the defendant in the crime?
  9. Surety bail is where the defendant.
  10. While not explicitly stated in the Constitution, the Court has found support for legal self-representation in the _____ Amendment.
  11. By punishing an offender severely as an example to others achieves the goal of:
  12. What was the principle factor that shaped the punishment of criminals in the sixteenth century?
  13. Which of the following factors is not a legitimate consideration in setting the length of a prison term?
  14. A fixed term of incarceration is called what?
  15. The “modern” American correctional system had its origin in what state?
  16. Which prison system was known as the congregate system?
  17. Which of the following is not one of the five primary purposes for jails?
  18. In the federal system, prosecutors are appointed by whom?
  19. Which of the following is the most common reason for prosecutors to reject cases?
  20. Generally, state appellate decisions are based on court transcripts, however in some instances, the felony court will grant a new trial known as:
  21. Which of the following reasons may cause a case to be dismissed?
  22. Which of the following statements is false regarding the comparison of felonies and misdemeanors?
  23. Which of the following is not a source of criminal law?
  24. Narcotics control laws, health and safety regulations, and sanitation laws are examples of what legal principle?
  25. Which of the following is not legally considered a crime?