Juvenile Justice Case Study: John Doe

Aug 7th, 2016
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John Doe is an individual who left his country in an effort to make a better life. However, he does not have legal status in America and was recently arrested for shoplifting merchandise, which was valued over $1,000. At the time of his arrest, John voluntarily began to make incriminating statements to the arresting officers. At the police station, detectives conducted an interview of John asking him about the theft. John Doe has had no prior arrests, is 35 years old, and most of John Doe’s family still resides in his home country. Due to the amount of money involved, the crime is deemed a felony and John was arrested and placed in the county jail in Toms River, NJ. He is going to face the judge in the Ocean County Superior Court; however, he has no money for bail. Please discuss the following questions, explaining your answers in detail by analyzing the facts presented and other factors you consider relevant; defining and explaining key legal terms and principles; and citing legal auth

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1LawStudent Name [ ]Course [ ]University name [ ]2Law1) John started implicating himself deliberately upon capture. Since this was not at thesolicitation of the police, they were under no commitment to Mirandize Mr. Doe. Alldeliberate data is acceptable in court (Osterburg, and Ward, 2007). The Mirandaadministering just covers correspondence started by the police. Since they captured himand took him to the police headquarters, he would go straightforwardly to booking. It islegitimate methodology to peruse the Miranda Rights, alongside being asked, to signpapers expressing that his rights were appropriately disclosed to him, and it is now thatphotos, fingerprints, suspect location data, date of birth, alongside weight and statureestimations. At the point when police do address him, despite the fact that the rights haveas of now been perused in booking, it never damages to peruse them again. After thepolice meeting John, there must be a formal Complaint issued, which contains the nameof the blamed, the nature of the offense, and the date and time of the offense. When thisis issued, the following stride is the underlying appearance under the steady gaze of an

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