CJA 374 Week 4 Individual Assignment Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections

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CJA 374 Week 4 Individual Assignment Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections. Read the instructions in the University of Phoenix Material: Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections on the student website and select one option to complete for your assignment. Option 1: Flow Chart Option 2: Offender Journal Entry • Option 3: Paper Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections Read the University of Phoenix Material: Risk Assessment Case Studies document located on the student website. Select one of the case studies as the foundation for this assignment. Once you have selected the case study, select and complete one of the following assignments: Develop a 700- to 1,050-word paper based on your selected juvenile offender. Address the following in your assignment: • Describe the process the juvenile will follow after arrest, from intake, through court, sentencing, and punishment or rehabi

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Running Head: Juvenile Justice Process and CorrectionsTitle:Course Name:Topic Name:Professors Name:Student Name:Date:Running Head: Juvenile Justice Process and CorrectionsIntroductionJuvenile justice is the area of criminal law related to persons not old enough to be held mainlyresponsible for criminal acts (Brandon K Applegate & Michael G Turner, 1998). In manycountries, the age for criminal act responsibility is set at 18 years. In the juvenile justice systemthe most important goal is rehabilitation rather than punishment. Within the juvenile justiceproceedings every child will obtain a specific plan for rehabilitation, (sometimes this mayinvolve in punishment) (Brandon K Applegate & Michael G Turner, 1998). This particular planis specialized for the individuals needs of the juvenile and with effective success the results willcreate a law enduring and high functioning juvenile, in which will help ensure these optimisticbehaviors through adulthood.Case studySixteen year old Xanderis a black male with a long history of gang attachment amongst somecriminal behaviors beginning at the age of 12 (i.e theft a purse, sale and take drugs). As suchresult of his criminal activities Xander has had been on probation twice and he spent one year ina juvenile correctional facility center. His most recent violation of the law was acquiring aconcealed weapon. Xander lives with his father with high crime neighborhood and he does nothave any relationship wit

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