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    Myths pertaining to law enforcement prevalent in the community and how they can be revised. How likely are police officers to commit felonies?

    Are we too lenient or too harsh against criminals? Should capital punishment be used as a measure of crime control?

    Measures to avoid injustice and oppression at the hands of the criminal justice system—with or without the use of capital punishment. Does the criminal justice system have prejudicial overtones? How can these be addressed?

    The position that the city's council should take if the officer is convicted and awarded death penalty. What would be the best possible outcome of the case for the community? Would capital punishment be inhumane in this case? Could capital punishment be justified in terms of costs and benefits?

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    Myths pertaining to law enforcement prevalent in the community and how they can be revised. How likely are police officers to commit felonies?

    Police corruption is predicated upon a lack of ethics and its prevalence is in accordance with the same minority of the population amongst regular people. Police engaging in corruption, graft, and other forms of corruption are engaging in felonies, and this occurs at percentage in accordance within the typical population's criminal offenses as most people don't commit criminal activity, and this is true for the majority of cops.

    Are we too lenient ...

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    Criminal injustice system myths

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