Justice can be seen when one commits a crime, or does something immoral, and there is Justice only when the convict receives his punishment. However, it is not just, if the punishment of a crime is unfair, or immoral. The punishment must always fit the crime, although many times it is a highly debatable topic. In the movie, when Ben Chapman, the other team 's manager, harassed Jackie Robinson, the baseball league did what was just, and fired Robinson. Another CNN article covers a case where a man who was caught after a school shooting, was proven guilty, and has gotten jail time.
In Fitzgerald v Kennard , the court was asked to consider whether it is necessary to prove that an accused adverted to the issue of whether or not the complaint was consenting, in order to establish an offence under s 61L. In the same case, Cole JA made a reference to Kirby P’s judgment in R v Kitchener . He agreed to what Kirby P said: “Every individual has a right to the human dignity of his or her own person. Having sexual intercourse with another, without the consent of that other, amounts to an affront to that other’s human dignity and an invasion of the privacy of that person’s body and personality.” Fault elements of these
Many might try and argue that if they suspend a student, it will be a big impact in their life but most kids still think of it as a small party out of school where you don’t have to do your work and get poor grades and no one would care. Therefore having different ways to punish the students to make them care would be better for our
"The defendant violated the order of protection that was issued when he was arraigned. When Judge Matusick arraigned him on the murder charges, there was an order of protection in favor of the two minor children and also the woman who is taking care of those children. The allegation is that he engaged in some conduct, which lead to communication with those folks. Therefore he violated the courts order, which is new charge criminal contempt in the second
Procedural History • The State of Minnesota convicted Kelbel in violation of first-degree murder, past pattern of child abuse, and second-degree murder. • The Supreme Court of Minnesota sentenced Kelbel to life in prison. • Kelbel first appealed that the jury must find beyond a reasonable doubt that he committed the violations. • Secondly, Kelbel appealed that the evidence presented was insufficient. Issue The question before us is whether the medical examiner found a match between Kelbel and Kailyn Montgomery’s bodily conditions.
Pedophile in Penn State The general argument made by Maia Szalavitz in her work, “Bystander Psychology: Why Some Witnesses to Crime Do Nothing”, is that it is wrong when people view crime, and they do not take action. More specifically, Szalavitz argues that people tend to keep quiet for each other as a conglomerate. She writes, ”Mike Mcqueary… witnessed child rape firsthand in 2002... How is it that a powerfully built ex-quarterback could watch the rape of a 10 year old boy and do nothing to stop it?... And why did the team and the university fail to act at every possible step? ” In this passage Szalavitz is suggesting that during the Penn state child rape cases by Jerry Sandusky, even close colleges who clearly knew of the situation, but
It showing that parts of the judicial system are unjust. They put so much fear into the teens that they didn’t know what to do and were just saying anything to be with their family. By making a deal with the teens in exchange for a story I felt that was wrong because they are lying about what happened and they stores have different parts off the back I knew they were going to jail. Later on the right man who committed the crime confessed and the case was vacated against all five teens. They have every right to file for a settlement for what they went through it was unfair and they were granted a settlement for $42 million which they deserved.
Learning should already provide pleasure even without the offer of money, it should be an elysian . In the long run, students have lower than naturally motivated students. Schools shouldn’t be paying students for awesome grades because it leads to fights and arguments, students should only learn if they want to, and students have lower grades in the long run. To begin, schools shouldn’t pay students for worthy grades since it starts problems in the classroom. According to the Prairieecothrifter.com “ Should parents pay for good grades?,” “ NEA article claims: ‘ Many teachers also say paying students for excellent grades leads to practical problems in their
Women and girls are being forced to be married with no choice. Usually the marriage is arranged by the dad, and if the daughter does not comply she will get in major trouble.Some women are being forced to be married as young as eight years old. If the men get arrested they can put the blame on the wife and not be charged for their crime. A man who was arrested for beating his wife lied in court and got away with it. He said that his wife was being disrespectful to his mom, dad, and sister so that is why he beat her and he actually got away with it.
Lacey Carroll’s claims in October 2007 of sexual assault by famous illusionist David Copperfield were thrown out and investigations dropped after the accuser was arrested for making false accusations against another businessman. This vindication on David Copperfield’s part had however taken two long years in which period he says his life was turned upside down. (Aiello, 2018) What may people have influenced your opinion on this subject? My opinion may have been influenced by the recent cases coming out of individuals who have served jail time for crimes they were innocent of. For instance, Jemma Beale, a 25-year-old who was jailed for false sexual assault and rape claims had a list of fifteen victims among them Mahad Cassim who had already served two years in jail.
People argue that some juveniles are “too young and they don’t understand” but either way, they still broke the law and should be fairly punished. A fact stating “There are approximately 6,000 juveniles in adult jails and prisons in the United States” shows that people who have broken the law with felonies have been confined by law, no matter the age. People need to learn before they act in a similar manner, again. A similar case is a boy named Craig Price from Rhode Island who had committed multiple felonies, such as four murders and was charged as a minor, meaning he was arrested around age 16 and would get out and have his criminal record sealed at age 21. Because of this, a law was changed so that juveniles could be tried as adults with serious crimes.
In the month of November in 2013, Austin Sigg was sentenced to life and an additional 86 years in prison for murdering 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway. As he faced justice through the court system, advocates unnecessarily argued that he was only a child and too young to serve as an adult. To show that an individual’s age should not be used as an excuse to justify their actions, Weir states “Some juveniles commit crimes so serious, so heinous, that public safety mandates — and justice demands — full accountability in our criminal justice system. There are those who argue this is unfair and unjust. They say the juvenile brain is not fully developed until well into the