Everyday Law for Young Citizens. A Working Guide by Eric B. Lipson,Greta Lipson Barclay

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And the prosecutor may not authorize the charge. The practical lesson here is that you should always avoid even the appearance of taking something that doesn’t yet belong to you. Do not eat food or put things in your pocket before you pay for them, even though you intend to purchase them. Appearances do count! Remember, you can sometimes lose a case even though TLC10242 Copyright © Teaching & Learning Company, Carthage, IL 62321-0010 33 What If? 5. What If you are arrested for shoplifting and you give your name to the police and they call your parents?

You are not biased for or against either side. You are not biased for or against either side. You are not biased for or against either side. You are not biased for or against either side. You are not biased for or against either side. You are not biased for or against either side. You are not biased for or against either side. You are not biased for or against either side. You are not biased for or against either side. TLC10242 Copyright © Teaching & Learning Company, Carthage, IL 62321-0010 53 Children and Parents’ Rights and Responsibilities Case of the Forged Working Papers Gracie Gogetter was 15.

In many states it is not absolutely necessary to leave the premises to be found guilty. However, it will be more difficult for the store to prove its case in court since Nina did not actually try to leave the store without paying. 5. After the police have taken her into custody and made a report, can they continue to keep Nina at the police station? The Law Says: If she is a minor and has committed a nonviolent crime, in most states the police must contact her parents as soon as possible and release her to the custody of her parents until a hearing or trial in juvenile court.

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