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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. George Trevino is described by the author as a foster kid or what, in Part 1, Chapter 6?
(a) A “500 kid.”
(b) A “200 kid.”
(c) A “300 kid.”
(d) A “100 kid.”

2. Carla James was “jumped in” with what street gang, according to the author in Part 1, Chapter 2?
(a) Inglewood Crips.
(b) Tepa 13.
(c) Hoover Crips.
(d) Venice 13.

3. Ronald Duncan is described as just having come in on what bus in the beginning of Part 1, Chapter 3?
(a) The 8 p.m. bus.
(b) The 11 a.m. bus.
(c) The 9:30 a.m. bus.
(d) The 4:30 p.m. bus.

4. How old was Ronald Duncan when he allegedly committed double homicide?
(a) 17.
(b) 15.
(c) 12.
(d) 19.

5. According to Luis Santos’s story in Part 1, Chapter 5, who collected Luis to go on a robbery?
(a) Paul.
(b) Raoul.
(c) Payaso.
(d) Victor.

6. How much money had John Sloan paid for the .380 revolver he had, according to the evidence presented in Part 1, Chapter 5?
(a) $225.
(b) $150.
(c) $65.
(d) $100.

7. By what percentage did juvenile murder rates rise from the 1970s to 1994, according to the author in Part 1, Chapter 1?
(a) 125%.
(b) 80%.
(c) 175%.
(d) 55%.

8. Where did Peggy Beckstrand go to pick up her star witness in the Ronald Duncan case in Part 1, Chapter 8?
(a) The train station.
(b) A motel.
(c) The bus depot.
(d) The airport.

9. What famous court case determined that a juvenile must be afforded due process rights, specifically that a waiver of jurisdiction from a juvenile court to a district court must be voluntary and knowing?
(a) Kermit v. Los Angeles County.
(b) Kraus v. Riverside County.
(c) Kent v. United States.
(d) Kramer v. California.

10. Ronald Duncan was charged with double murder for killing whom, according to the narrator in “Intake”?
(a) His employers.
(b) His brother and sister.
(c) His mother and sister.
(d) His father and brother.

11. According to the author in Part 1, Chapter 1, violent offenses by juveniles had risen how much in the past 5 years?
(a) 21%.
(b) 35%.
(c) 68%.
(d) 42%.

12. The billboard overlooking the street to the Central lockup facility is described by the narrator in “Intake” as showcasing a man wearing what?
(a) Headphones.
(b) Handcuffs.
(c) A leather jacket.
(d) A crown.

13. Judge Dorn worked his way through law school working as what, according to the author in Part 1, Chapter 4?
(a) A courtroom bailiff.
(b) A banker.
(c) A cook.
(d) A piano teacher.

14. At the terminus of what street does the narrator describe a guard shack overlooking Central lockup’s drive-in entrance in “Intake”?
(a) Alcazar Street.
(b) Atlas Street.
(c) Alcatraz Street.
(d) Alpine Street.

15. Where is the Los Angeles Superior Court, Juvenile Court Division located?
(a) Big Bear, California.
(b) Encinitas, California.
(c) Inglewood, California.
(d) Bakersfield, California.

Short Answer Questions

1. Under what alias was Carla James living when she was found by police patrols in Part 1, Chapter 7?

2. According to the narrator in “Intake,” the Central lockup facility was “ancient by Los Angeles standards,” meaning that it had been standing since before what?

3. What Section of the California Penal Code defines premeditated murder?

4. How old was Ronald Duncan in Part 1, Chapter 3?

5. What was John Sloan’s father’s profession?

(see the answer keys)

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