You and Officer?Landonio are on patrol.?You see two juveniles sitting on the curb, and they are smoking what appears to be a marijuana cigarette.?They are not trying to hide the fact that they are smoking marijuana, and you pull your patrol car over to talk to them.?You run their names and find that one juvenile, Thomas Jones, does not have any record.?But the other,?Henry Thompson, has a long juvenile record.?You now have the option to use, or not to use, your discretion.
- In 5?6 paragraphs words, address the following:
- In your own words, what is a chronic juvenile offender? Explain.
- Do you take both boys into the juvenile assessment center? Do you let the juvenile without a record leave and take Henry Thompson to the juvenile assessment center? Or do you let both boys go with a warning?
- Explain your decision.
- What do you think would be the benefits of your decision? Explain.
- What do you think would be the consequences to your decision? Explain
- What are your state?laws pertaining to marijuana? Explain.
- Do you agree with these laws? Why or why not??
Chronic juvenile offender
Chronic juvenile offender refers to a youth of ages 11 years and younger who has committed ten
offenses and had been arrested in a 12-month period. It also refers to a…