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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name of the mentally handicapped girl that Andre helped in Part 2, Chapter 9?
2. Who asked a legally improper question when Ronald Duncan was on the witness stand in Part 3, Chapter 13?
(a) Billy Joseph.
(b) James Cooper.
(c) Martin Francis.
(d) Michael Moore.
3. According to the narrator in Part 2, Chapter 10, Sister Janet prodded Geri Vance’s attorney to get him a reduced sentence. The attorney succeeded with a bargain that earned him what maximum sentence?
(a) 12 years.
(b) 8 years.
(c) 5 years.
(d) 20 years.
4. Carla James was sent to what facility, where she would spend most of her time in group therapy, in Part 2, Chapter 11?
(a) The Jennifer King Center.
(b) The Dorothy Kirby Center.
(c) The Roberta Matthews Center.
(d) The Emily Jacobs Center.
5. The mood was dark in the author’s writing class in Part 3, Chapter 16 because who had been killed recently?
(a) A probation counselor.
(b) A defense attorney.
(c) A state prosecutor.
(d) A juvenile court judge.
6. Who won the bureaucratic paper battle in Part 3, Chapter 14?
(a) The public defender's office.
(b) Judge Sherill Luke.
(c) Judge Roosevelt Dorn.
(d) The district attorney's office.
7. What was the nickname of the new kid in the author’s writing class in Part 3, Chapter 16?
(a) Fat Albert.
(b) Big Risky.
(c) Little Criminal.
(d) Small Head.
8. The boy who was apprehended in association with a series of some of the most brutal murders in LA County claimed that his family was where when the crimes were
(a) Rancho Cordova.
(b) San Diego.
9. Where did Geri Vance hope to be sent so that he could get a college degree while in lock-up in Part 2, Chapter 11?
(a) Long beath.
(c) Rancho Jose.
(d) San Diego.
10. What is the title of Part 3, Chapter 16?
(a) “The Ins.”
(b) “Nine Days to Manhood.”
(c) “The Outs.”
(d) “The Big Fix.”
11. The defendant named Hugh was found to have what in Part 3, Chapter 15?
(a) A weak alibi.
(b) A prior history of murder.
(c) A prior history of robbery.
(d) A solid alibi.
12. Whose case was Sister Janet trying to reopen in Part 4, Chapter 18, according to the author?
(a) Elias Elizondo’s.
(b) Johnathan Ramirez’s.
(c) Michael Jeans's.
(d) Eduardo Diaz's.
13. For how many days was Carla James sent to CYA for a psychological evaluation in Part 2, Chapter 11?
14. What was the nickname of Sherry Gold’s client that had been caught as a getaway driver in a drive-by shooting in Part 3, Chapter 15?
(a) Big Boy.
(c) Shy Boy.
15. What lawyer represented John Sloan in Part 3, Chapter 16?
(a) Angela Oh.
(b) Rosa Diaz.
(c) Michelle Sangh.
(d) Mary McCarthy.
Short Answer Questions
1. The author asserts in Part 3, Chapter 16 that over how many kids are arrested every year in the United States?
2. What does “HOP” stand for in Part 2, Chapter 11?
3. According to the author in Part 3, Chapter 16, when kids are arrested for violent crimes they what percentage chance of paying serious consequences?
4. Who graduated from probation camp with honors after 8 months and was attending Los Angeles City College in Part 4, Chapter 18?
5. Sister Janet is described as writing what in order to help the boys in Juvenile in Part 2, Chapter 10?
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