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Race, Gender, and Crime

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Race, Gender, and Crime JUS 231

Tiarah Chapple
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Race, Gender and Crime
Tracy Hart

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Date Created: 02/16/16
JUS 231Hart Exam 2 Study Guide Exam 2 will be given on Thursday March 17 It will consist of 40 multiple choice truefalse questions each worth 2 points and 4 short answer questions each worth 5 points for a total of 100 points You should be familiar with the following concepts from chapters 3456 from the textbook and class discussions Policing LawArrest continuum Racial pro ling Tennessee v Garner 1985 Miranda v Arizona 1966 Public attitudes towards poice Fourth Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments War on Drugs and its effect on disparity 1001 ratio Drug Enforcement Administration Global Drug War Courts Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments Powell v Alabama 1932 Johnson v Zerbst 1938 Gideon v Wainwright 1963 Stare Decisis Court as a hub Spillover Effects Peremptory Challenge Cultivation Theory Specialty Courts Chivalry Hypothesis Jury of Peers Nolle Prosequi Voir Dire Jury Nulli cation United States Supreme Court


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