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*Chapter Review Assignment for Units 9 & 10 are combined.
Review the Case brief on Ashley Jones vs. Richard Allen, Commissioner, Alabama Department of Corrections from the link below.
Ashley Jones vs. Richard Allen, Commissioner, Alabama Dept. of Corrections
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Assume that this case occurred in the State of California. Complete a Court Predisposition Report, as if you were the designated Probation Officer processing the case. Let’s go back to the beginning. Once a case referral has been made to the Juvenile Probation Office, a decision needs to whether to file a petition or to handle the case informally. A petition is an official document filed in juvenile court on the juvenile’s behalf that specifies the reasons for the youth’s appearance.
TASKS:
*Complete a Predisposition Report (PDR)
*The following sections must be included in the PDR report:
I. Referral Information: (Offense Conduct Summary)
Summarize the offense conduct
Victim Impact Summary: A victim impact statement (this could be from surviving relatives)
Note if there were co-defendants and state their specific roles in the offense conduct
Note if the juvenile have been placed on Prior Supervision: If none-state N/A
Note Aggravating Circumstances
Social, Educational, and Substance-Abuse History
Social
Education/Employment
School History
Mental Health/Substance History
Note Mitigating Circumstances
III. Juvenile Probation and Parole (JPPO) Overview Recommendation (YOU)
Note whether this juvenile case should be processed informally or if a formal petition needs to be filed.
Note whether this case should be referred to the adult court. If so a Fitness Hearing needs to be recommended with your justification for the referral to the adult court system.
Note your recommended sanctions for this juvenile (ie. diversion, detention, placement in treatment facility, incarceration in adult facility, nominal sanctions (Ch:10) etc. Note the length of time you are recommending to the court and state your reasons.
Review the juvenile forms from the links below. Select the applicable forms to complete in this case. (You decide)
Juvenile Wardship Petition JV-600
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Violation of Law By Child JV-620
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Informal Probation Agreement JV- 622
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JV- 624 Terms and Conditions
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JV- 625 Notice of Hearing—Juvenile Delinquency Proceeding
Actions
JV- 640 Delinquency Court Proceeding Findings and Orders
Actions
JV- 642 Initial Appearance Hearing—Juvenile Delinquency
Actions
JV- 644 Jurisdiction Hearing – Juvenile Delinquency
Actions
JV-665 Disposition—Juvenile Delinquency
Actions
JV-667 Custodial and Out-of-Home Placement Disposition Attachment
Actions
JV-707 Fitness HearingLinks to an external site.
JV- 710 Order to Transfer Juvenile to Criminal Court Jurisdiction (Welfare and Institutions Code, § 707)
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*This assignment is worth 20 points
Rubric
Rubric: Chapter Review Assignment (1) (2)
Rubric: Chapter Review Assignment (1) (2)
CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent/Conceptualization
12 to >11.0 ptsResponse displays a full understanding of the complexity of the issue addressed and multiple points of view. Recognizes varied interpretations and implications. excellent exposition, clearly and concisely written, well argued, and displaying good original input from the student.
Author directly addresses main question or issue, and adds new insight to the subject not provided in lectures, readings, or class discussions. The author has retained nearly all of the knowledge presented in class. He/She is able to synthesize this knowledge in new ways and relate to material not covered in the course. Provides compelling and accurate evidence that convinces reader to accept main argument. The importance/relevance of all pieces of evidence is clearly stated. There are no gaps in reasoning—i.e., the reader does not need to assume anything or do additional research to accept main argument. Conclusion-Elegantly synthesizes and reframes key points from the paper. Suggests new perspectives or questions relevant to the central argument, and brings closure
11 to >9.0 ptsGood exposition, but lacks clarity and concision, or doesn’t have much original input, or offers poor support for important claims.
Author competently addresses main question or issue, but does not add much new insight into the subject. That said, it is clear that the author has learned a great deal in class and is able to communicate this knowledge to others. Provides necessary evidence to convince reader of most aspects of the main argument but not all. The importance/ relevance of some evidence presented may not be totally clear. Reader must make a few mental leaps or do some additional research to fully accept all aspects of main argument. Conclusion-Synthesizes and brings closure but does not examine new perspectives or questions
9 to >7.0 ptsNo Description
Response does not address some aspects of the assignment. (and/or…) Response demonstrates a somewhat shaky grasp of criminological principles. The response represents the authors’ arguments, evidence and conclusions accurately though not sufficiently clearly. (and/or…) Conclusion-Restates the same points as the topic paragraph without reframing them. (and/or…) Introduces new material rather than new perspectives.
7 to >5.0 ptsNo Description
Author attempts to address main question or issue, but fails. The author has retained some information from the course, but does not fully understand its meaning or context and cannot clearly convey it to others. Not enough evidence is provided to support author’s argument, or evidence is incomplete, incorrect, or oversimplified. Information from lectures and readings is not effectively used. Conclusion-Is missing or cursory. (and/or…) Repeats the topic paragraph more-or-less verbatim.
5 to >4.0 ptsNo Description
Fails to understand some aspects of the material, and/or is very unclearly written. Main points lack detailed development. Ideas are vague with little evidence of critical thinking. Shows some thinking and reasoning but most ideas are underdeveloped and unoriginal.
4 to >1.0 ptsNo Description
Response does not address the assignment. Fails to follow format and assignment requirements; incorrect margins, spacing and indentation; neatness of essay needs attention.
1 to >0 ptsDid not submit a paper; plagiarized material; made no effort to understand the material or shows no sign of having read it.
12 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization/Structure/Mechanics
4 to >3.0 ptsFull Marks
Essay contains an intro, main body, and conclusion. Introduction lays out main argument and gives an outline of what the reader can expect in the essay. The conclusion brings everything together, acknowledges potential shortcomings of the paper, and gives the reader a sense of what further work might be done to advance the subject matter described in the paper.
3 to >2.0 ptsNo Description
The introduction gives the reader an idea of what to expect in the paper, but does not effectively lay out the main argument. It may begin with a set of rhetorical questions, or an anecdote that is never fully explained. The conclusion does little more than restate the problematic introduction. Intro and/or conclusion may be too wordy or short.
2 to >0 ptsNo Marks
Essay has no clear organizational pattern.
4 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSpelling/Grammar/APA
4 to >3.0 ptsFull Marks
All sentences are grammatically correct and clearly written. No words are misused or unnecessarily fancy. Technical terms, words from other languages, and words from other historical periods are always explained. All information is accurate and up-to-date. Paper has been spell-checked AND proofread (ideally by you and somebody else), and contains no errors
3 to >2.0 ptsNo Description
A few sentences are grammatically incorrect or not clearly written. Several words are misused. Technical terms, words from other languages, and words from other historical periods are rarely explained. Not all information is accurate and up-to-date. Paper has been spell-checked AND proofread, but still contains several errors. Reader’s ability to understand essay may be compromised by these errors.
2 to >0 ptsNo Marks
Paper is full of grammatical errors and bad writing. Several words are misused. Technical terms, words from other languages, and words from other historical periods are rarely explained. Not all information is accurate and up-to-date. Paper has not been spell-checked or proofread, and contains numerous errors. Reader has a difficult time understanding essay because of errors.
4 pts
Total Points: 20
PreviousNext*Chapter Review Assignment for Units 9 & 10 are combined.
Review the Case brief on Ashley Jones vs. Richard Allen, Commissioner, Alabama Department of Corrections from the link below.
Ashley Jones vs. Richard Allen, Commissioner, Alabama Dept. of Corrections
ActionsMinimize File Preview
Assume that this case occurred in the State of California. Complete a Court Predisposition Report, as if you were the designated Probation Officer processing the case. Let’s go back to the beginning. Once a case referral has been made to the Juvenile Probation Office, a decision needs to whether to file a petition or to handle the case informally. A petition is an official document filed in juvenile court on the juvenile’s behalf that specifies the reasons for the youth’s appearance.
TASKS:
*Complete a Predisposition Report (PDR)
*The following sections must be included in the PDR report:
I. Referral Information: (Offense Conduct Summary)
Summarize the offense conduct
Victim Impact Summary: A victim impact statement (this could be from surviving relatives)
Note if there were co-defendants and state their specific roles in the offense conduct
Note if the juvenile have been placed on Prior Supervision: If none-state N/A
Note Aggravating Circumstances
Social, Educational, and Substance-Abuse History
Social
Education/Employment
School History
Mental Health/Substance History
Note Mitigating Circumstances
III. Juvenile Probation and Parole (JPPO) Overview Recommendation (YOU)
Note whether this juvenile case should be processed informally or if a formal petition needs to be filed.
Note whether this case should be referred to the adult court. If so a Fitness Hearing needs to be recommended with your justification for the referral to the adult court system.
Note your recommended sanctions for this juvenile (ie. diversion, detention, placement in treatment facility, incarceration in adult facility, nominal sanctions (Ch:10) etc. Note the length of time you are recommending to the court and state your reasons.
Review the juvenile forms from the links below. Select the applicable forms to complete in this case. (You decide)
Juvenile Wardship Petition JV-600
Actions
Violation of Law By Child JV-620
Actions
Informal Probation Agreement JV- 622
Actions
JV- 624 Terms and Conditions
Actions
JV- 625 Notice of Hearing—Juvenile Delinquency Proceeding
Actions
JV- 640 Delinquency Court Proceeding Findings and Orders
Actions
JV- 642 Initial Appearance Hearing—Juvenile Delinquency
Actions
JV- 644 Jurisdiction Hearing – Juvenile Delinquency
Actions
JV-665 Disposition—Juvenile Delinquency
Actions
JV-667 Custodial and Out-of-Home Placement Disposition Attachment
Actions
JV-707 Fitness HearingLinks to an external site.
JV- 710 Order to Transfer Juvenile to Criminal Court Jurisdiction (Welfare and Institutions Code, § 707)
Actions
*This assignment is worth 20 points
Rubric
Rubric: Chapter Review Assignment (1) (2)
Rubric: Chapter Review Assignment (1) (2)
CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent/Conceptualization
12 to >11.0 ptsResponse displays a full understanding of the complexity of the issue addressed and multiple points of view. Recognizes varied interpretations and implications. excellent exposition, clearly and concisely written, well argued, and displaying good original input from the student.
Author directly addresses main question or issue, and adds new insight to the subject not provided in lectures, readings, or class discussions. The author has retained nearly all of the knowledge presented in class. He/She is able to synthesize this knowledge in new ways and relate to material not covered in the course. Provides compelling and accurate evidence that convinces reader to accept main argument. The importance/relevance of all pieces of evidence is clearly stated. There are no gaps in reasoning—i.e., the reader does not need to assume anything or do additional research to accept main argument. Conclusion-Elegantly synthesizes and reframes key points from the paper. Suggests new perspectives or questions relevant to the central argument, and brings closure
11 to >9.0 ptsGood exposition, but lacks clarity and concision, or doesn’t have much original input, or offers poor support for important claims.
Author competently addresses main question or issue, but does not add much new insight into the subject. That said, it is clear that the author has learned a great deal in class and is able to communicate this knowledge to others. Provides necessary evidence to convince reader of most aspects of the main argument but not all. The importance/ relevance of some evidence presented may not be totally clear. Reader must make a few mental leaps or do some additional research to fully accept all aspects of main argument. Conclusion-Synthesizes and brings closure but does not examine new perspectives or questions
9 to >7.0 ptsNo Description
Response does not address some aspects of the assignment. (and/or…) Response demonstrates a somewhat shaky grasp of criminological principles. The response represents the authors’ arguments, evidence and conclusions accurately though not sufficiently clearly. (and/or…) Conclusion-Restates the same points as the topic paragraph without reframing them. (and/or…) Introduces new material rather than new perspectives.
7 to >5.0 ptsNo Description
Author attempts to address main question or issue, but fails. The author has retained some information from the course, but does not fully understand its meaning or context and cannot clearly convey it to others. Not enough evidence is provided to support author’s argument, or evidence is incomplete, incorrect, or oversimplified. Information from lectures and readings is not effectively used. Conclusion-Is missing or cursory. (and/or…) Repeats the topic paragraph more-or-less verbatim.
5 to >4.0 ptsNo Description
Fails to understand some aspects of the material, and/or is very unclearly written. Main points lack detailed development. Ideas are vague with little evidence of critical thinking. Shows some thinking and reasoning but most ideas are underdeveloped and unoriginal.
4 to >1.0 ptsNo Description
Response does not address the assignment. Fails to follow format and assignment requirements; incorrect margins, spacing and indentation; neatness of essay needs attention.
1 to >0 ptsDid not submit a paper; plagiarized material; made no effort to understand the material or shows no sign of having read it.
12 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization/Structure/Mechanics
4 to >3.0 ptsFull Marks
Essay contains an intro, main body, and conclusion. Introduction lays out main argument and gives an outline of what the reader can expect in the essay. The conclusion brings everything together, acknowledges potential shortcomings of the paper, and gives the reader a sense of what further work might be done to advance the subject matter described in the paper.
3 to >2.0 ptsNo Description
The introduction gives the reader an idea of what to expect in the paper, but does not effectively lay out the main argument. It may begin with a set of rhetorical questions, or an anecdote that is never fully explained. The conclusion does little more than restate the problematic introduction. Intro and/or conclusion may be too wordy or short.
2 to >0 ptsNo Marks
Essay has no clear organizational pattern.
4 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSpelling/Grammar/APA
4 to >3.0 ptsFull Marks
All sentences are grammatically correct and clearly written. No words are misused or unnecessarily fancy. Technical terms, words from other languages, and words from other historical periods are always explained. All information is accurate and up-to-date. Paper has been spell-checked AND proofread (ideally by you and somebody else), and contains no errors
3 to >2.0 ptsNo Description
A few sentences are grammatically incorrect or not clearly written. Several words are misused. Technical terms, words from other languages, and words from other historical periods are rarely explained. Not all information is accurate and up-to-date. Paper has been spell-checked AND proofread, but still contains several errors. Reader’s ability to understand essay may be compromised by these errors.
2 to >0 ptsNo Marks
Paper is full of grammatical errors and bad writing. Several words are misused. Technical terms, words from other languages, and words from other historical periods are rarely explained. Not all information is accurate and up-to-date. Paper has not been spell-checked or proofread, and contains numerous errors. Reader has a difficult time understanding essay because of errors.
4 pts
Total Points: 20
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