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Case Steps - Juvenile Justice - Lecture Notes

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Post: January 17th, 2013
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These are the important key points of lecture notes of Juvenile Justice are: Case Steps, Juvenile Justice System, Allocates to Juveniles, Potential Consequences, Decisions Regarding Potential Juvenile, Arrested, Knowledge Objectives, Skills Objectives, Attitude Objectives, Information Gleaned
These are the important key points of lecture notes of Juvenile Justice are: Case Steps, Juvenile Justice System, Allocates to Juveniles, Potential Consequences, Decisions Regarding Potential Juvenile, Arrested, Knowledge Objectives, Skills Objectives, Attitude Objectives, Information Gleaned
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JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM MODEL LESSON PLAN I. GOALS: Studying the juvenile justice system helps students: A. Recognize the rights and the responsibilities that the justice system allocates to juveniles. B. Think of potential consequences to actions they may chose to participate in. C. Make better decisions regarding potential juvenile infractions. D. Understand the structures that could control the disposition of their case if they were arrested as a juvenile. II. OBJECTIVES: A. Knowledge Objectives - As a result of this class, students will be better able to: 1. define the general steps in the disposition of a juvenile case. 2. define certain individuals who are involved at different points in the case and what they determine. B. Skills Objectives - As a result of this class, students will be better able to: 1. comprehend and participate in court procedures. 3. document information gleaned from basic legal documents. C. Attitude Objectives - Students will be better able to feel: 1. th..

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