Describe the "Exclusionary Rule" and what it is meant to protect the citizens of this country from. What are the benefits of the Exclusionary Rule? Explain. Identify at least two methods of demonstrative evidence which would the concept of "Best Evidence".Use scenarios to describe the theory of Best Evidence. Explain the abso
A correctional facility uses dominance and violence to keep its prisoners under control so that they do not think of committing crimes once they're out of prison. The employees of this facility are unhappy and think it is unethical to use force with prisoners. However, the public is happy, and they feel safer that their prisoner
Many law enforcement agencies are facing an increasingly problematic shortage of police officers due to management difficulties that have been worsened by the existing police subculture, politics, power struggles, and organizational conflicts. Problems at the CVPD You are a recruitment officer at the Centervale Police Depart
In 750-1050 words discuss the following as it refers to hypnosis: Compare the differences between the use of hypnosis in the private sector and the use in the criminal justice system. Do you think it should be required for people to take a lie detector test or become hypnotized to become either a police officer or to hold a po
Discuss four major drug control laws enacted by the federal government since 1900 (do not include the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the Volstead Act, and the 21st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution). Summarize each act, the rationale for its enactment, any events that led up to its passage, controversies surroun
Need help answering the following questions. Please be sure to include references and citations for sources used: Briefly describe the difference between an arrest warrant and a search warrant. What are the three essential components of an arrest warrant or a search warrant? Compare the meaning of probable cause in an arres
Assume a person accidentally picks up a credit card that is not theirs and uses the card in several instances. Can the person be charged with multiple violations of a state statute that makes it a crime to "knowingly obtain, possess, use, or transfer a means of identification or financial information of another?" Why or why not?
In a 2-3 page paper please write a paper discussing this issue (remember to use APA citations throughout your paper, give credit where credit is due). Contrary to common law, today, in most states, a person cannot use deadly force in the defense of their property. Do you agree with this challenge? Should a property owner be a
Most states make it a crime to purchase alcohol for a minor, sometimes called the shoulder tap crime, based on the typical manner a request by a minor for an adult to buy alcohol occurs. These crimes generally do not require proof that the defendant knew the person was underage. Should the same strict liability apply to a hos
I need some help examining one of the following individuals extradited forcibly for a crime committed, explaining why or why the individual should not have been extradited. a. General Manuel Noriega b. The 23 CIA employees extradited for the kidnapping of an Egyptian cleric in Milan, Italy in 2003. c. Duane Dog Chapman d
Discuss the following with regards to an analysis of racial profiling in police stops and an analysis of wrongful convictions: - Impact of the Challenge on the System and Society - Historical Response to the Challenge and Strategies - Effectiveness of the Current Response - Solutions & Rationale - Conclusion
What is the dual-court system? Why do we have a dual-court system in America? Could the drive toward court unification eventually lead to a monolithic court system? Would such a system be effective? Judges have specific philosophical rationales and sentencing guidelines when providing a judgment over presented facts. If you w
What are the laws reflecting victim rights? How do the past, present, and future victim rights laws impact court proceedings? What would happen if victim rights laws did not exist? Explain.
One of the first prison systems was called the Pennsylvania System. The ideology of this system was used in the Eastern State Penitentiary in the early 1800s. This system had very definite ideas on how a prison should be organized and managed. The operation of this prison was based on the following 5 general principles (Clear, C
Which do you see as having the biggest impact on sentencing organizational, legal, or exta-legal factors? Which of these factors might be easiest to moderate?
Does partial treatment in sentencing exist in America's courts? If so, how can it be corrected? What impact does partiality in sentencing have on the correctional facilities?
Give an example of a contemporary issue currently facing the criminal justice system. How does this issue impact the criminal justice system? What would happen if this issue was magnified (or decreased)? What would the implications be for the various personnel in the criminal justice system? Explain.