Criminal Justice System Reviewer 7
1. Noncriminal behavior, such as truancy and running away from
home, which is in violation of law applicable only to juveniles.
A. Criminal Offense
B. Status Offense
D. None of the Above
2. A document issued by a magistrate authorizing an officer to
make an arrest, seize property, make a search, or carry out
3. A document notifying a party of a court action and requiring
that a party respond within a certain time frame.
D. Habeas Corpus
4. The process of placing an authorized judicial penalty on a
person who pleads guilty or is convicted of a crime.
5. Unlawful taking or attempted taking of property that is in the
immediate possession of another by force or threat of force.
D. Malicious Mischief
6. Removing or re-mediating presumed causes of crime by
providing economic, psychological, or socialization assistance
to offenders to reduce the likelihood of continuing in crime.
7. Coordinates the government’s response to crime by pressing
charges, presenting the case against the accused at the trial,
and sometimes making sentence recommendations.
8. A sentencing alternative in which incarceration is avoided
and the offender remains in the community under the
supervision of an officer.
9. It is those facts that generate a reasonable belief that a crime
has been committed.
A. Reasonable Ground
B. Reasonable Suspicion
C. Probable Cause
D. Sufficient Ground
10. Large facilities operated by state or federal governments to
hold persons sentenced under state or federal laws to terms
of confinement of more than one year.
C. Half Way House
D. Boys Town