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January 2

No School

January 3

I can explain the current and historical interpretations of the principles of due process.  

January 4

I can form an opinion regarding the two general approaches to crime prescribed throughout history.

January 5

I can philosophically debate the merits of the “legalist” and “preventionist” approaches to crime. 

January 6

I can simulate the compromising forces of political crime reduction. 

January 9

VICE: “Fixing the System” or 13th

January 10

VICE: “Fixing the System” or 13th

January 11

I can prepare a 2 page essay for a Law School Application. 

January 12

I can research “Stand Your Ground Laws” and determine if they are effective means of reducing crime.

January 13

I can research “Stand Your Ground Laws” and determine if they are effective means of reducing crime.

January 16

No School

January 17

I can read “Just Mercy Chapter 12: Mother, Mother”.

January 18

I can create a plan to make improvements to corrections facilities.

January 19

I can analyze the immediate and long term impacts of “Gideon vs. Wainwright”. 

January 20

I can draw parallels to modern challenges of public defenders.   

January 23

I can listen to Bryan Stevenson’s TED Talk on injustice.

January 24

I can form an opinion regarding the “opposite of poverty”. 

January 25

I can simulate the compromising forces of political crime reduction. 

January 26

JMLP Final Exam

      January 27

No School

Minnesota Juvenile Justice Action Committee