The principle explains that police should use only the amount of physical force necessary to restore order and protect public if using warning or persuasion is not working on an individual. This is important because it is not ok for anyone to use physical force in not completely necessary. If using physical force is not required, then it should always be avoided. Although, if an officer must use physical force than it should be the least amount necessary to protect the individual and surrounding public. For modern police officers this an important principle, this is not always followed and not following this principle causes many unnecessary tragedies and conflicts.
The Golden Rule says to treat others the same way one would want to be treated. The Golden Rule can be achieved when equality and Civil Rights are being used between a group of people. An example is when a person is treated unfairly. Instead of attacking the other person they would try and solve it peacefully knowing that physical actions are unnecessary choices that will only make problems worse. The ideas of equality are neutral choices or actions set on two groups or more.
usually follows your answer. Rather than accepting that you are American, you are minimized to your ethnic heritage. This experience is similar to Michelle Lopez-Mullins's, which is described in the textbook. Moreover, experiences like these further reinforce the concept of white Americans having a greater place in the United States
The duty of any criminal prosecutor is to seek justice. A conviction is the end of justice being served prior to sentencing; however justice cannot be served if an innocent person is found guilty. Even though the prosecutor(s) are there to represent the public and has the duty to aggressively pursue offenders for violations of state and federal laws, they shall never lose sight or their own moral compass of their main purpose is to find the truth. In the pursuit of truth, the United States Supreme Court has developed or made rulings in reference to several principles of conduct which have to be followed by all prosecutors to assure that the accused person(s) are allowed the proper procedures and due process of the law granted by the 14th Amendment. In the 1963 ruling in Brady v. Maryland, the United States Supreme Court ruled that any government state or federal has the duty to disclose to a defendant and his counsel any exculpatory information or evidence in its possession.
In this article, My turn: You don’t get to assault police officers, opinionated from Chief Steve Strachan of the Bremerton Police Department and Kitsap County Sheriff Gary Simpson, both provided insightful thoughts from an officer’s point-of-view. Chief Strachan and Sheriff Simpson addressed the truth be told from under the veil of negativity aimed at police officers. Hence, this article can be looked upon both negatively and positively, provided a Chief and Sheriff’s opinion of the current negativity portrayed upon officers. Subsequently, quoted from the article, “first, we all need to be more aware of the underlying ‘spin’ in messages and headlines about so-called ‘police violence’ and second, we absolutely have to focus on the fact that it is not acceptable, ever, to attack or assault police officers.” When talking about the ongoing controversy and public debate on the outlook of police and community relationship a message or headline or even a video that is posted online involving an officer and an individual is going to be overflowed with every opinionated, negativity there is to say about how unprofessional the officer
The job of the police officers is to protect all citizens from any threat and help us to be safe on the streets. Stop and frisk is a practice that the New York City Police Department uses as a way to fight crime, however, stop and frisk is unjust and has resulted in racial discrimination by officers, as well as an abuse of power. Over the years many civilians have been stopped and frisked by the police, this irritates some people as they feel they are stopped purposely or for no reason. So can police frisking in some cases go too far? Police are not able to put you down on the streets without reason, to stop someone on the streets the police have to see something suspicious about a crime that has been or is going to be committed.
There is nothing more credible than having a video as evidence in a court. Many police officers that have been charged with police brutality in the past have either just been laid off of work for some time. Police officers need to be fired from their job just like anyone else would be fired if done the wrong thing. Jesus Gutierrez 1 Author Phillips Swarts, states that “Police officers need to learn more than logistics of policing but also the broader significance of their role in society,” This means that police officers need to stop being selfish their job is to protect people. This problem hasn’t been solved yet due to the lack of law.
For example, if you are walking down the street and somebody starts yelling at you. Now if you return and give that person a smack, that would be a use of force, but is it justified? No. on the other hand if that person is a police officer, you need to listen to him and do as he says rather than running away. The police officer has the right to do what he’s doing rather it is his duty.
The intention of my research is to expose the racist tactics in the criminal justice system that have been camouflaged. I am prepared to explain how racism contributes to the vast number of incarcerated African Americans, and other minorities. The criminal justice system has created and perpetuated racial hierarchy in the United States, and has done so throughout history. I propose the question: Are minorities being targeted within the Criminal Justice System? African Americans are criminalized and targeted because of their skin color, and it is not fair.
Lawyers The lawyer job is to keep you from being punished. The lawyers will argue to the court on your behalf and will ask questions witnesses for the prosecution and raise all sorts of legal defenses The defense lawyer does not care about your guilt or innocence; as their only aim is to ensure they are defending. you.It is a requirement under the law of the land.The prosecuting lawyer 's job is to convict you or send you to jail. due to the fact that they are fighting that you have done wrong and are against you. The judge is the person who decides what is going to happen to the person.The judge decides what evidence comes in and what evidence stays out.Also the judge makes sure every lawyer gets a fair opportunity to explain their points about their case to the jury.
Section 7 is of main relevance to my cartoon because in this section it states that we have the right to life, liberty and security. With this bill, anyone can be sent to prison even though their actions were not intended for terrorist behaviour. This bill will limit the security that every individual gets even though they are innocent. As the other sections are important, section 8 and 9 play a very important role towards this bill. Section 8 states that everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search, but in this bill it is said that police can search you at any time when they suspect some unusual behaviour.
In conclusion using cell phones while driving should be illegal in all states. Even though some people disagree, thinking that they should be able to use their phones when driving, because there could be an emergency they need to be aware of as soon as it happens. But answering that call or text could cause them to end up in a dangerous situation themselves. So in order to keep the streets safe for everyone across the country, there should be laws in every state imposing no cell phone use while diving. My
Suspects commit crimes and often the victims are left wondering why the suspect’s rights seem to be more important than those of the victim. It does seem like an unfair game, the bully gets afforded everything, the victim left to suffer. In order for the justice system of the United States to stay the most balanced and civil rights friendly system in the world; suspects’ rights have to be respected and guarded so chaos doesn’t take over. Police officers through the years have gotten better with training and experience, guidance by prosecutors, and increased motivations to “do the right thing” to ensure suspects are processed correctly, and interrogated within the constraints of the U.S. Constitution. Seeing a conviction through to the end, the suspect afforded all protections under the law, and the victims seeing closure is the ultimate testament to how far law enforcement interrogations have come since Miranda.
This will also integrate the way that people interact with each other, since education will disable any form of ignorant rants, accuses, and bigotry and prejudice which has enable discrimination to exist. The more that people are well educated, the less that discrimination will exist, and thus the decrease in social injustice will prevail. “A community is democratic only when the humblest and weakest person can enjoy the highest civil, economic, and social rights that the biggest and most powerful possesses” (Randolph, on Gates and Burton, 436) and a democratic community can only be attained if people are educated enough on why freedom is a birthright of all people, and that equality is the best manifestation of freedom. The way that the system tends to use ignorance as a way to dismantle any form of justification on why discrimination is a social injustice shows that the intelligent people are using and abusing their intellect wrongly. By making the general masses educated on the reasons and