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    Noble-Case Corruption

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    When is noble-case corruption, such as the Dirty Harry problem, justifiable? Do you agree that law enforcement should use extreme means to catch criminals? Explain your answer.

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    This question is asking you in what circumstances do the ends justify the ends. In order to answer it, you have to see when this may occur.

    A noble-case corruption problem occurs when the means may not be the most moral but they achieve a result that is very favorable. ...

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    The solution discusses when a noble-case corruption, such as the Dirty Harry problem is justifiable.