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Efraín Juárez

Efraín Juárez Valdez is a Mexican former footballer who last played at Vålerenga as a defensive midfielder or right back. Juárez joined the Pumas youth system at the age of thirteen. After winning the 2005 under-17 World Championship, playing a key role in defense, he was snapped up by Barcelona along with national teammate Jorge Hernández in 2006. Without much support and few minutes given in the Barcelona B team, he returned to Pumas Morelos and it took some time for coach Ricardo Ferretti to call him to Pumas. Competing for a position in the right wing with Fernando Espinoza, he became a starter in Ferretti's team. With Ferretti's decision to give continuity to its team, Juárez renewed his contract facing the Clausura 2009 tournament. Pumas finished champions. On 17 July 2010, Pumas accepted a bid for Juárez from Scottish Premier League club Celtic. On 26 July a £2 million transfer was agreed and Juárez signed a four-year contract with The Hoops, making him the first Mexican player to play in the SPL.

Juárez made his Celtic debut in a 3–0 Champions League defeat away to Braga. He scored his first goal for the club in the return fixture at Celtic Park with a header, he scored his second goal, again at Celtic Park, in a Europa League qualifying first leg match against Utrecht two weeks later. Juárez was close to agreeing a loan move to Serie A side Brescia Calcio in the January 2011 transfer window but the deal fell through, he had fallen out of favour with the first team and his agent admitted that Juárez would need to move on in the summer of 2011 in order to play first team football. On 26 July 2011, after weeks of speculation, Juárez was loaned out to La Liga side Real Zaragoza, where he was reunited with former Mexico national team coach Javier Aguirre, he made his debut for Zaragoza in a 6–0 loss against Real Madrid. He scored his first goal for the club in a 4–3 defeat to Real Betis. On 5 June 2012 it was announced that Juárez had transferred to América in Mexico for an undisclosed fee, after failing to cement his place in the starting line-up for Celtic, after his disappointing stint for Real Zaragoza.

He made his first appearance for América on 27 June in a 0–2 preseason loss against Jaguares. He made his league debut on 21 July in a 0–0 draw against Monterrey. Juárez signed with Vancouver Whitecaps FC of Major League Soccer on 18 January 2018. On 1 February 2019, Vancouver mutually agreed to part ways. On 28 June 2009, Juárez made his first international cap with the Mexico senior team against Guatemala. Juárez played a part of the team. In the Gold Cup, he played at right back, he completed all games played in the competition. Thanks to his great performance, he gained a spot on the national team. Juárez scored for Mexico against Costa Rica during a penalty shootout. On 11 June 2010, Juárez became the first player to be booked at the 2010 World Cup in Mexico's opening match against South Africa, he played in Mexico's 2–0 victory over France on 17 June, when he was replaced by Javier Hernandez on 55 minutes, who himself went on to score. On 22 September 2010, it was announced that Juarez and Mexico teammate Carlos Vela banned from international duty for six months for their involvement in a party in Monterrey following a game with Colombia two weeks earlier.

Juarez scored his first goal for the national team in the 5–0 win against El Salvador in the opening match of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup on 5 June. Scores and results list Mexico's goal tally first As of 29 February 2012 As of 9 November 2013 As of 29 February 2012 Club Universidad NacionalPrimera División: Clausura 2009AméricaLiga MX: Clausura 2013MonterreyCopa MX: Apertura 2017 Mexico U-172005 U-17 World ChampionshipMexicoCONCACAF Gold Cup: 2009, 2011 Real Zaragoza official profile Efraín JuárezLiga MX stats at MedioTiempo.com Efraín Juárez at National-Football-Teams.com 2010 FIFA World Cup profile Efraín Juárez – FIFA competition record

John Goldkamp

John S. Goldkamp was an American criminologist, a professor at Temple University for over 25 years. From 1979 to 1983, again from 2004 to 2010, he was the chair of the department of criminal justice at Temple. Goldkamp was born in Orange, New Jersey on December 20, 1947, he graduated from Wesleyan University in 1969 with a bachelor's degree in French literature, after which he began graduate work at the University at Albany. He received his master's and doctoral degrees from the University at Albany in 1975 and 1977 where he was influenced by such scholars as Michael Hindelang and Michael Gottfredson. Goldkamp was known for studying drug courts in the United States. In particular, a study of a Florida drug court he published in the early 1990s is credited with encouraging many other parts of the United States to adopt such courts, he is known for developing the first bail guidelines in the United States, which he produced in 1986 for the city of Philadelphia. Goldkamp died on August 26, 2012, of multiple myeloma, at the University of Pennsylvania's hospital in Philadelphia.

He was 64 years old