Michigan Court System: https://courts.michigan.gov/education/learning-center/educator-resources/curriculum/pages/michigan-court-system.aspxTest #1 Review Chapters 1-6 NOTE - Chapter 6 content is NOT on this test!Test Friday, January 31, 2013Chapter 7: Crime in America Criminal LawThe Gun Debate: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/spc/news/gun-debate/Test #2 Review- Chapter 6: Lawyers and Chapter 7 Crime in America Powerpoint 6 and 7 ReviewBrittany Maynard: Right to Die Article http://www.usnews.com/opinion/articles/2014/11/04/should-brittany-maynard-have-had-the-right-to-doctor-assisted-suicideChapter 9: Crimes Against the PersonChapter 14: Crimnal Justice Process- The Trial ---- http://www.glencoe.com/qe/qe143.php?qi=4524 SELF CHECK QUIZMock Trial:How to Write Opening and Closing StatementsTest !
TORTSInsurance in Michigan http://www.michigan.gov/documents/cis_ofis_noflt_gd_25094_7.pdfConsumer Law Self-Check Quiz http://www.glencoe.com/qe/qe143.php?qi=4533Possible Mock Trials- http://www.classroomlaw.org/mt-case-archive/
- What does "parens patriae" mean and why did juvenile courts operate by this principle in the mid 1800s?
- What are the three types of cases handled in juvenile courts?
- What is the standard of proof in a juvenile delinquency case?
- What is disproportionate confinement of minority youth?
- Juveniles who commit serious crimes are sometimes transferred over to adult court and treated as adults. What are the three mechanisms to do this?
- Who decides the facts in a adjudicatory hearing?
- How is sentencing a juvenile for murder as a juvenile different from sentencing a juvenile who is tried as an adult for murder?
- Re Gault case- what rights are guaranteed to juveniles?
- What is restorative justice?
- What are the arguments for and against trying juveniles in adult court?