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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the title of Part 3, Chapter 16?
(a) “The Big Fix.”
(b) “The Ins.”
(c) “Nine Days to Manhood.”
(d) “The Outs.”
2. The author asserts in Part 3, Chapter 16 that over how many kids are arrested every year in the United States?
(c) 1.2 million.
(d) 2 million.
3. Sharon Stegall’s parolee was shot by the members of what gang in Part 2, Chapter 11?
(a) The Hoover Crips.
(b) The Long Beach Bloods.
(c) Venice 13.
(d) The Huffington Crips.
4. At what age was Geri Vance described as a pretty conscienceless and chilling kid in Part 3, Chapter 16?
5. Where was Ronald Duncan sentenced to in Part 3, Chapter 13?
Short Answer Questions
1. Judge Scarlett expressed a radical view that the court should do what in Part 3, Chapter 13?
2. What is the name of the boy who is caught in connection with a series of some of the most brutal murders in LA County in Part 3, Chapter 13?
3. Humes describes what case of Sherry Gold’s involving a juvenile who was thought to be guilty until Gold’s investigation proved he was innocent in Part 3, Chapter 15?
4. Author Humes explains two cases involving Judge Dorn’s reform in the juvenile justice system in Part 2, Chapter 12. The bad case example came with whom?
5. What caused Chuck and Ada’s family to become much less happy with Peggy Beckstrand’s work on the Ronald Duncan trial in Part 3, Chapter 13?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author describe the “reformer buzz” that took place in 1994 in Part 2, Chapter 9?
2. What are the CYA and HOP, according to the author in Part 2, Chapter 11? Where was Carla James sent?
3. What did Roy Sukoda’s study show, according to the author in Part 2, Chapter 9?
4. How was Judge Dorn’s new status offense system received, according to the author in Part 2, Chapter 12?
5. How does the author describe the “funnel” of the juvenile justice system in Part 3, Chapter 16? What statistics does he provide?
6. Humes relates two cases involving Dorn’s juvenile justice resolutions in Part 2, Chapter 12. How does he describe the “good outcome” case?
7. How is Mark Lancaster’s background described in Part 3, Chapter 15? What was Mark charged with?
8. What argument did Jim Hickey make at a meeting to discuss juvenile justice reform in Part 2, Chapter 9?
9. Who was Peter Wilson? What did Peter Wilson address during a press conference described by the author in Part 2, Chapter 10?
10. How does the author describe Shy Boy’s circumstances in Part 3, Chapter 15?
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