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CRM 101-199

1-99 | 101 | 201 | 301 | 401 | 501 | 601 | 701 | 801 | 901 |
1001 | 1101 | 1201 | 1301 | 1401 | 1501 | 1601 | 1701 | 1801 | 1901 |
2001 | 2101 | 2201 | 2301 | 2401
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101. Federal Prosecution of Juveniles 9-8.230
102. Juvenile crime facts  
103. Gang statistics 9-49.000
104. Suppression and deterrence  
105. Prosecuting gang activity  
106. Federal involvement in prosecuting gang activity  
107. Federal investigative agencies  
108. Gang-related crimes——controlled substances act violations  
109. RICO charges  
110. RICO-related charges  
111. Robbery (Hobbs Act)  
112. Firearms charges  
113. Carjacking crimes  
114. Criminal street gangs  
115. Violence at schools  
116. Juvenile delinquency prosecution -- introduction  
117. Federal juvenile delinquency code  
118. Arresting juveniles  
119. Referral to state authorities  
120. Juvenile delinquency proceedings -- certification  
121. Constitutional protections afforded juveniles  
122. Hearing to determine delinquency  
123. Adjudication as a juvenile delinquent  
124. Disposition hearing  
125. Post juvenile delinquency disposition matters  
126. Treating juveniles as adults for criminal prosecution -- generally  
127. Motion to Transfer  
128. Court's receipt of juvenile court records  
129. Conditions precedent to Motion to Transfer  
130. Hearing on Motion to Transfer  
131. The six factors to consider and prove for transfer  
132. First factor——age and social background of the juvenile  
133. Second factor——the nature of the alleged offense  
134. Third factor——the extent and nature of the juvenile's prior delinquency records and social background of the juvenile  
135. Fourth factor——the juvenile's present intellectual development and psychological maturity  
136. Fifth factor——the juvenile's response to past treatment efforts and the nature of those efforts  
137. Sixth factor——the availability of programs designed to treat the juvenile's behavioral problems  
138. Court's decision on the Motion to Transfer  
139. Review of the district court's determination  
140. Mandatory transfer of juveniles to adult status  
141. Waiver of juvenile delinquency and request to be proceeded against as an adult  
142. Bail and detention of the juvenile  
143. Speedy trial requirement  
144. Limited public disclosure of juvenile matters  
145. Criminal acts occurring before and after defendant's eighteenth birthday  
146. Parental consent required?  
147. Commitment of juveniles  
148. Appealing alleged procedural violations  
149. Conclusion  
150. Certification form 9-8.110
151. Motion to Transfer Form  
152. Waiver of juvenile delinquency proceedings form  
153. Motion for mandatory transfer form  
154. Resources 9-11.010
155. Non-Department of Justice Government Attorneys 9-11.242
156. Disclosure of matters occurring before the grand jury to Department of Justice attorneys and Assistant United States Attorneys 9-11.250;
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157. Grand Jury Rule 6(e) Disclosure 9-11.260
158. Impaneling Special Grand Juries 9-11.101; 9-11.300
159. Reports of Special Grand Juries 9-11.330
160. Sample Target Letter 9-11.151
161. Court Closure 9-5.150
162. Dual Prosecution (Petite Policy) 9-2.031
163. Selection and Use of Monitors in Deferred Prosecution Agreements and Non-Prosecution Agreements with Corporations 166
164. Nolo Contendere Plea 9-16.010
165. Guidance for Prosecutors Regarding Criminal Discovery 9-5.001; 9-5.100
166. Additional Guidance on the Use of Monitors in Deferred Prosecution Agreements and Non-Prosecution Agreements with Corporations 163
Updated June 24, 2015