Intro to Criminal Justice: Help and Review Final Exam

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Question 1 1. The two types of road rage are _____ and ______?

Question 2 2. Prosecutorial discretion involves which of the following?

Question 3 3. What does the acronym UCR/NIBRS stand for?

Question 4 4. Which of the following accurately describes grand theft?

Question 5 5. All of the following behaviors are considered contempt of court except:

Question 6 6. Which of the following is correct?

Question 7 7. A restraining order is designed to do what?

Question 8 8. When you temporarily transfer an item or items to another party, but you do not actually give the items away it is called:

Question 9 9. A vigilante on a television show is viewed as a hero by the community, while law enforcement sees him as a criminal. This illustrates _____.

Question 10 10. Community service was first implemented in the criminal justice system in the _____.

Question 11 11. How is a prison riot distinguished from other kinds of disturbances that might take place in a prison?

Question 12 12. Which is one of the reasons the venue would be changed for a trial?

Question 13 13. In general, ad hoc balancing works by __________.

Question 14 14. What was the purpose of the Kansas City Preventative Patrol Experiment?

Question 15 15. Which of the following contributed to the jury finding O.J. Simpson not guilty?

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