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1. In _______ the Supreme Court established the right of persons accused of capital crimes to be represented by competent counsel provided by the government. Coker v. Georgia all of these Mapp v. Ohio Powell v. Alabama Question 2 1. Generally, _______ stipulate that the defense cannot introduce evidence about the accuser’s past sexual conduct unless the woman has previously been convicted of prostitution, has had consensual sex before with the defendant, or has an obvious incentive to lie. rape shield laws statutory rape laws aggravated assault sexual battery laws Question 3 1. The most common type of kidnapping case is: kidnapping by a stranger with evil intentions. family abductions. runaways. children cast out of the family. Question 4 1. The crime of rape is now: child against child. adult against child. male against female. gender-neutral. Question 5 1. The typical age of a child being kidnapped by a stranger is between: 1 and 14 years old. none of these. 15 and 17 years old. 8 and 10 years old. Question 6 1. One key victim’s right that focused on is compensation was to be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses for medical bills and lost wages arising from injuries inflicted during a violent crime. True False Question 7 1. The second stage of the cycle of violence is called: tension-building. reconciliation. acute violence. honeymoon. Question 8 1. A study conducted in Minnesota in the early 1980s found that offenders were least likely to commit domestic violence in the future if the police: refer the offender and victim to counseling. force him to leave the home until he has calmed down. make an arrest. issue a written warning but take no other action. Question 9 1. _______ suffer the highest rate of workplace homicides of any occupational group. Bus drivers Gas station workers Taxi drivers and chauffeurs Middle school teachers Question 10 1. Intimate partners are those people with whom the victim has had a _____ relationship. romantic spousal violent long-term Question 11 1. Restorative justice is an informal venue where injured parties can be central figures who play a direct, hands-on role and take charge of the way their cases are resolved. True False Question 12 1. During the late 1990s, _______ systems were set up in many states to enable law enforcement agencies to enlist the cooperation of the public when searching for an abducted child. Amber Alert inveiglement Code Adam Stockholm Alert Question 13 1. Before women who are trapped in abusive relationships can be helped, they must begin to recognize that they are: sometimes responsible for the abuse. responsible for stopping the abuse. better off staying in the relationship than leaving to live on their own. genuine crime victims. Question 14 1. What do victimologists call the cyclical pattern in which excessive physical punishment was perpetuated by parents who had been beaten themselves as children? Stockholm Syndrome Stranger-Danger Battered Child Syndrome Amber Alert Question 15 1. Under the _______ for self-defense, resistance to attack is justified as a way of preserving law and order. punitive rationale rationale of necessity individualist rationale social rationale Question 16 1. Discuss two policies and programs used to address missing children. Are they successful? How so? Question 17 1. In general, the _______ is the permissible use of appropriate force to protect one’s life from an adversary whom one reasonably believes is threatening harm. guardian ad litem right to self-defense right to victim allocution all of these Question 18 1. When a wife batterer becomes fearful of driving his wife away, he begins to show shame and remorse and the _______ stage commences. terrorism tension-building acute violence reconciliation or “honeymoon” Question 19 1. The concept of victim allocution means that certain groups of people are more likely than others to be informed of their rights, to exercise them, and to use them effectively to influence the decision-making process. True False Question 20 1. Explain the legal concept of self-defense and include the four perspectives that shape self-defense laws. 4 points Question 21 1. The phrase _______ implies the victim reasonably fears bodily harm if she (or he) refuses to acquiesce. statutory rape forcible rape sexual battery aggravated assault Question 22 1. Discuss the concept of Restorative Justice. Include discussion on its purpose and goals as well as records of success or failure. Question 23 1. Like others who are stunned by an unexpected, life-threatening ordeal, survivors of rape can suffer from a condition called: stress. PMS. amnesia. PTSD. Question 24 1. Stalking is an offense motivated by: desire for domination and subjugation. need for emotional connection. desire to be heard. financial need. Question 25 1. _________________ was the first state to criminalize stalking. Indiana Michigan California Arizona

1. In _______ the Supreme Court established the right of persons accused of capital crimes to be represented by competent counsel provided by the government. Coker v. Georgia all of these Mapp v. Ohio Powell v. Alabama Question 2 1. Generally, ______
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