Juvenile Law , details below

Cas Study
Jack and Diane are each 13 years old and are best friends. On September 12, 2012, Jack asked Diane to meet at Moe’s Convenience Store. While in the store, Jack
steals three packs of gum and a candy bar. Jack hands Diane two boxes of candy to place in her purse. Diane places the candy in her purse. The store owner, Moe,
notices Diane place items in her purse. As Jack and Diane exit the store, Moe calls their names and runs after them. Jack pushes Moe to the ground and exits with
Diane.
Moe calls the police and reports the theft. The police apprehend Jack and Diane a few blocks away from the store. The police only retrieve the boxes of candy
from Diane but not the packs of gum nor the candy bar taken by Jack. The police escort Jack and Diane to the police station where they question them for two
hours regarding the theft. Diane confesses her and Jack’s role in the theft. Jack denies any wrongdoing. The police charge Jack and Diane with theft and also
charge Jack with simple assault. Their hearings are within the state mandated time after they are petitioned to appear in the local juvenile court.
Specifically the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Preparing a Case
A. What information would you want to know as a sentencing judge in Jack and Diane’s case? Provide a rationale for each choice.
B. Explain how Jack and Diane will be treated as juvenile offenders as compared to adult offenders. Why?
C. Why is it important to treat juveniles who commit offenses differently than adults?
D. Describe how juveniles who commit offenses have historically been treated differently than adults. Why has this view evolved? Explain the due
process rights afforded to Jack and Diane during the hearing process. Provide rationale for the evolution of the due process rights.
E. Determine possible court-ordered options for Jack and Diane, defending your response.
Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Your paper must be submitted as a one‐ to two‐page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12‐point Times New Roman
font, one‐inch margins, and at least three sources cited in APA format.

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