The student will be able to:
► List the ages of 1) a juvenile; 2) a juvenile delinquent; and, 3) a juvenile who may be transferred to superior court.
► Describe the circumstances under which a law enforcement officer may take custody of a juvenile without a court order.
► List and explain the Constitutional rights that have been afforded juveniles.
► Explain juvenile Miranda warnings that must be given for juveniles less than 14 years of age and for juveniles between the ages of 14
► Define the meaning of "custody" for juvenile interrogation purposes under Miranda.
► Discuss a juvenile's consent to search and any limitations of that consent.
► Explain the options of a law enforcement officer once she takes a juvenile into custody.
► List the factors that the court must consider in deciding whether to secure or release a juvenile after he is taken into custody.
► List the notifications that a law enforcement officer must make after taking a juvenile into custody.
► Explain how an officer obtains a Nontestimonial Order.
► List the requirements for a juvenile to be registered as a sex offender on the Sex Offender Registry.