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The criminal injustice system

Which theoretical view best explains the realities of the case based upon your findings? Should John be prosecuted using due process, crime control, the systems, or any other theoretical approach? Considering that the case has diversity issues as well as oppressive overtones, which approach will ensure justice for the victim's parents?

Can the existing theories of justice and equality be converged with the actual practices in the criminal justice system? Will this ensure justice for the victim's parents or for John?

Are other policemen like John, under constant stress, fear, and danger because of their dangerous professions? Does the danger in their professions create a myth surrounding police work, and police behavior or are these myths supported by a police subculture that is out of touch with reality? Do police perpetuate these myths as justification for bad acts, or does the community impose a perception that the police use stress and responses to danger as justification for misconduct?

What other myths about law enforcement personnel are prevalent in the community? Do these myths differ across different communities or cultures? Why do these myths exist?

Does our criminal justice system decide cases on their individual merits? Do factors like race, socioeconomic status, and gender influence the outcome of cases? Is the system too lenient, especially for individuals like John? How should the system treat police, wealthy, or repeat offenders? Is the criminal justice system oppressive? What myths and misconceptions about the criminal justice system are prevalent in the community? Where are these myths generated and how are they maintained?

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Which theoretical view best explains the realities of the case based upon your findings? Should John be prosecuted using due process, crime control, the systems, or any other theoretical approach? Considering that the case has diversity issues as well as oppressive overtones, which approach will ensure justice for the victim's parents?

John should be prosecuted under due process, because due process is the system most closely aligned with the United States Constitution. Therefore, he should receive the opportunity to defend himself against his accusers and receive the same judicial prosecution as any other citizen. Due process will ensure that both the victims' parents and the alleged defendant receive justice.

Can the existing theories of justice and equality be converged with the actual practices in the criminal justice system? Will this ensure justice for the victim's parents or for John?

The actual practices of justice and fairness can become reality in the criminal justice system, but currently this is not the case. It will require for less racism throughout the entire system for this to occur, but in a case such as the case against John, the victim's relatives can receive justice as most of the injustices that do occur in the criminal ...

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The criminal injustice system theoretical views are discussed.

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