G7 Kids and the Law Diversion (Desviación) a process or program that makes it possible for a person who has been arrested for a minor offense or for a child who may be subject to a CRA petition to avoid the formal court process. Evidence (Prueba) sworn testimony, documents or objects that the court has allowed as exhibits in a court hearing and any facts agreed to by both sides. Fair Preponderance of the Evidence (Preponderancia evidente de la prueba) the standard of proof in most civil (noncriminal) actions. Fair preponderance of the evidence means that after the evidence has been weighed, the matter is found more likely than not to have been proved. Felony (Delito grave) any serious crime which, if committed by an adult, could be punished by in- carceration in a state prison. Genderbread Person (Persona Genderbread) an infographic that breaks down gender identity, gender expression, biological sex, and sexual orientation into an easy-to- understand visual. See more at: http://itspronouncedmetrosexual.com/2015/03/the-genderbread-person-v3 General Curriculum (Curriculum general) the knowledge and skills that are taught in a school to all students without disabilities. Grand Jury (Gran Jurado) a group of 23 adults randomly chosen from the county to evaluate evidence presented by the assistant district attorney and to determine whether there is enough evidence to charge a person with a specific crime. The grand jury does not decide the guilt or innocence of the person being investigated. Guardian (Guardián) a person other than a parent to whom the court has awarded care and custody of a child. Glossary G