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Cja 314 Week 5 Team Assignments

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STU DENTS RULING Presented By Team C CJA/354

THE CRIMES ü Homicide ü Assault ü Kidnapping ü Burglary ü Drug Crimes

HOMICIDE • Victim found gagged • Arms and legs restrained • Stabbed 13 times and bled to death • DNA found under victims fingernails

ASSAULT OF A POLICE OFFICER • Tried to take defendant into custody • Extremely agitated, irrational, and combative • Screaming and yelling • Punched the officer in the face

KIDNAPPING • Uma Opee held against will • Gagged and tied up • Found spots of blood on Opee’s carpet • Moved Opee to different location

Risk Assessment 3 The first case we will look over involves Colleen. Colleen was from a broken home and has been susceptible to juvenile problems for quite some time. A juvenile at the age of 12 is at a pivotal point in their lives when they need their parents to be involved. This is impossible for a juvenile to develop healthily and in some instances it is not possible, but having parents involved can be a stronger advocate for positive development. Colleen has given signs for years of juvenile delinquency as she has admitted by running away from her home. She has admitted several times that has made a decision to run away and has kindled relationships with people of questionable morals. These people whom Colleen has surrounded herself with have lead her into positions and environments where she has used narcotics. This type of behavior has become the norm and occurs often when juveniles begin running with people on the street. If we reference Sarah Brown, there are several reasons she believes regarding why children ran away from home during the early twentieth century ”death of parents, abusive home life, broken homes, feeblemindedness, delinquency, and poverty” (Brown, 1992). Colleen is at potential risk because she has had anger issues and troubles with theft. It states in the case had an interaction with a neighbor in which she reacted with retaliation that was harsh and cruel over a dog. It would appear that the two had a large amount of animosity toward one another that would have needed to be addressed. This animosity left unaddressed eventually led to the death of a person.

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