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suiren suiren
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Question 1.

This waiver is a waiver of a juvenile defendant from juvenile to adult court is presumed appropriate based on the age, offense, or other factors.

▸ Juvenile Waiver.

▸ Discretionary Waiver.

▸ Mandatory Waiver.

▸ Presumptive Waiver.

Question 2.

The waiver of a juvenile defendant from adult court to juvenile court is known as a:

▸ Reverse Waiver.

▸ Discretionary Waiver.

▸ Juvenile Waiver.

▸ Mandatory Waiver.
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Criminal Law (Justice Series)


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Answer 1

Presumptive Waiver.

Answer 2

Reverse Waiver.
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