To assure timely disposition of all cases consistent with the goals of Government Code section and California Standards of Judicial Administration 2. The Clerk is not authorized to continue a matter without an order from the Court.
The specific intent of the program is to produce scholars with three characteristics: First, graduates will have superior empirical skills.
Second, they will be specialists in the subject matter of the juvenile justice discipline.
Third, they will be generalists in the subject matter of criminal justice. The program produces scholars to teach in criminal justice and criminology departments in colleges and universities and researchers to work in federal, state, and large local agencies. Admission Requirements Admission criteria for the Ph.
Program in Juvenile Justice, as established by the Program faculty, are as follows: An unofficial copy may be used by the Doctoral Admission Committee in initial screening. A score of or higher is mandatory. Baccalaureate degree in juvenile justice, criminal justice, or criminology.
A secondary preference is a directly related social science discipline such as sociology in which there is evidence of the study of crime-related phenomena; 3.
Preferred ratings would be primarily excellent in all categories with an overall rating in the top 3 to 10 percent of all graduate students Enhancing qualities: The committee will consider the following as information that will enhance an application: In the event the initial committee decision is favorable, applicants must submit to an interview with the Doctoral Committee prior to final acceptance.
That interview may be either in person or via the equivalent of a telephone conference call, depending upon the distance and hardship involved in a personal interview. The student may pass or fail the interview based on the criteria established by the faculty which will focus on professional promise and interpersonal competence.
However, a positive qualifying score and interview do not automatically result in admission to the Ph. Applicants will be admitted in one of two statuses: Full graduate status is conferred on those students admitted to the program with no conditions of admission, or who have satisfied all conditions of admission.
Students who are provisionally admitted must satisfy all requirements prior to being admitted to full graduate status conditions and requirements will be provided via letter to the student.
In the event of a failure to meet prerequisites, deficiencies must be completed prior to beginning doctoral course work. No doctoral course work may be taken when there are prerequisite deficiencies nor may stem work be used to meet doctoral program requirements. No more than 12 units of course work may be taken in provisional status.Trial as an adult is a situation in which a juvenile offender is tried as if they were an adult.
Where specific protections exist for juvenile offenders (such as suppression of an offender's name or picture or a closed courtroom where the proceedings are not made public), these protections may be waived.
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The new study, by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice, looked at more than 1, people between the ages of 11 and 24 in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, northern and eastern Virginia, and northern Florida.
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