If a civilian’s rights are violated they may be allowed to have protection through state and federal laws, which means the person whose rights were violated are being protected by the government. One of the main reason for civil rights laws is to protect civilians from government abuse. Even though the police officer went too far with a civilian, the police officer cannot be sued. The civilian still has recourse through federal law. Retired police officer David Couper talks to Dr. Greg Gelembiuk, one who gathers data from police reports, “Sometimes I hear the argument that raising the bar on police use of deadly force will somehow put more police officers in physical jeopardy.
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Although it is depicted in the movie that he might be faking being mentally ill; committing the crime of statutory rape meets a criterion of Antisocial Personality Disorder. People with this disorder have an impairment with intimacy. The want to control others or intimidate them. Even though Randle states that she was willing when speaking of the sexual encounter. Randle is quite intimidating, so the young lady may have felt pressured and persuaded into the sex act.
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The Fourth amendment protects the citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures by law enforcement officials. The search warrant is usually issued by a judge to authorize law enforcement officials to search specific locations and obtain particular items. Arrest warrants, on the other hand, are similar to the arrest warrants save for the fact that rather than granting authorization to search and seize specific items, arrest warrants provide authorization for the arrest and detention of an individual. The role of warrants is to ensure the protection of citizens’ rights by placing the judgement of an independent and impartial judge between law enforcement actions and the privacy of the citizens (Etats-Unis, & Library of Congress, 2013). For any search or arrest warrant to be
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Keith Albow spoke on the risks of the public from repeated sex offenders and in this interview Dr. Albow talked on the use of Chemical Castration to sex offenders and how this actual process underwent, whether is type of punishment would help in lowering the percentage of sex crimes in the United States or is it just a cruel way of punishing the individual by taking his manhood making him feel less of a man. When the whole time the public is looking to ways of punishing the offender with prison time and then enforcing them to treatment for this illness/disorder. (1) The questions that is still unanswered “will this chemical castration work, and will the sex offender continue the treatment once released back to the public?” And then earlier the circumstances where if the sex offender meet the criteria? Are there only certain offenders or depending on what type of sex crime, child molestation, sex abuse, rape, which one? In trying to make sure that the sex offender continues to get the injection each month or every 30 days might be impossible and unable to keep track of how many offenders are returning.