Case Analysis: Anna and Barbara are pro-life activists who are picketing Dr. Cirona's women's health clinic, where, among others services, legal abortion services can be obtained. They and their group of several hundred activists have picketed Dr. Cirona's clinic for several months, and Dr. Cirona has been doused by red paint,
Gary Nelson has been charged with murder, assault and battery. His Girlfriend Jennifer Taylor, was seen seven months pregnant. Last November 12th, 2010, while in their home, Gary and Jennifer got into an argument. They struggled and Jenny fell down a flight of stairs. After examination at St. Bard's Hospital, it was determin
Bell v. Wolfish 1. Facts (summary and court timeline) 2. Issues 3. Decisions 4. Reasoning 5. Dissenting opinions
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Wolff v. McDonnell 1. Facts ( Summary and timeline) 2. Issues 3. Decisions 4. Reasoning 5. Dissenting Opinions
Could you please help me with an assignment by discussing the following questions?: What is an example of a new technological advancement that has increased the effectiveness of communication within the criminal justice system? How might the criminal justice system react if this new technology were removed immediately? What r
What is an example of technology that has affected the criminal justice system? How does this technological advancement enhance or challenge the effectiveness of communication within the various areas of the criminal justice system? What might happen if most or all of the methods of communication within the criminal justice system were paperless? Explain the overall affect.
What is an example of technology that has affected the criminal justice system? How does this technological advancement enhance or challenge the effectiveness of communication within the various areas of the criminal justice system? What might happen if most or all of the methods of communication within the criminal justice syst
Community policing is a new law enforcement philosophy introduced and implemented nearly twenty years ago in the United States. The community policing concept has experienced some level of success but has experienced barriers against full acceptance by the entire law enforcement community and the community itself. Do you agree w
Briefly describe the so-called "War on Drugs". Who is winning? Can intervention work to reduce the number of offenders being introduced into the criminal justice system? Why or why not? Provide some evidence of your position.
Define identity theft and explain how the typical citizen can reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim. What do you believe the long term effects of identity theft will be on the U.S. economy?
Criminal Procedures -Analysis Problem: Mayor Chen cradled the small cardboard box in his arms all the way home. This little jewel would make history in Legalville. Not only that, it would also clinch his reelection. He had promised to make Legalville a cultural center in spite of other cities in the state the bragged about thei
This was going to be the best great Groundhog day bash ever, and Nancy Stroud was glad to see her friends having a good time. It means a lot to have this apartment where they cloud gather their parties. She had been lucky to find a roommate like Lisa Munden with her beauticianââ?¬â?¢s income to help with the rent. Nancyââ
At what stages of the criminal justice process does case attrition occur? Why does it occur in those particular stages? Is most attrition that occurs reasonable, or does it demonstrate a shortcoming in the legal system?
Consider the process and considerations of jury decision making. Do the courts take enough account of the various factors of personal and group dynamics that influence jurors? How might the extent to which these factors influence decision making be moderated? Answer
What are the steps in the criminal trial process? What is an appeal? How does an appeal relate to the overall process? Who are the members in the courtroom workgroup? What roles do they play in the criminal trial process? What is sentencing? How do philosophical roles of sentencing play a role in the process? What c
The assumption that vocational and educational programs have positive impacts on offender recidivism. Do vocational and educational programs have an impact on offender recidivism rate?
Some criminal justice analysts contend that bail should be discontinued and wealth should have no impact on a defendant's ability to be allowed out of jail before trial. Others argue that the financial status of defendants and their families indicates their ties to the community and how likely they are to be a flight risk. Do yo
The body of American law is constantly changing. What do you believe is an illustrative current example of how laws are changing to reflect new societal norms? Consider whether the example you choose is a reflection of the majority of the population, or a vocal minority.
What do you believe is the most challenging aspect of the prosecutor's role? Please explain.
Consider the concept of trial by a jury of peers. What does this idea mean to you? Is this concept still realistic in today's society. Please explain.
The most difficult population in prison to manage would be inmates with mental disorders. What can prison authority do to manage inmates with a history of mental disorder?
How can the automobile exception carved out in Carroll be reconciled with other, more restrictive cases governing warrantless searches and seizures?
Cite how right wing and left wing groups have influenced the terror scene in the United States.
In your mind, how has prison history shaped our view of the correction system? Was de Tocqueville correct?
What impacts corrections and why?
What are the most common terrorist qualities? What are the primary motivations driving the terrorists to commit terrorist acts? Why is it difficult to deter this motivation?
Juvenile justice professionals contended juvenile justice programs would have a better chance to succeed if they followed the ten evidence-based practice principles and rehabilitative approaches. List and explain the ten principles. Are these principles achievable? Explain why or why not.
Some juvenile professionals and authorities argue that we would be better served by providing more front-end programs, while others argue that programs should be devised and implemented after the problem is apparent. Select a position, and discuss your views. Provide supporting information and references for your position. Answ
Discuss the role and responsibilities of the aftercare officer. How does the aftercare officer's role and responsibilities compare to those of the juvenile probation officer's roles and responsibilities?
The textbook discusses both promising and model delinquency prevention programs. What do you feel is the difference between the two? List and describe at least four promising delinquency prevention programs, utilizing outside sources as necessary.