In the textbook there are two models of justice being explained they are the crime control model and the due process model. The crime control model is where emphasis is being put on reducing crime that is going on by increasing the police and prosecutorial powers. The due process model puts emphasis on protecting the rights of the person. The supporters are concerned about the lawbreaking aspect of it. The supporters see the need to protect the public from predatory criminals.
In July of 1988, Dorothy Ann Willis Richards, the Texas State Treasurer at the time, gave a speech at the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. The room was filled with democratic supporters to whom Richards emphasizes the need to for American politics to "do better." Her speech was intended to persuade the audience to vote for the Democratic party in the upcoming election, rather than the Republican party. Richards attempts to persuade the audience through her use of humor, repetition, and personal anecdotes. Richards kicks off her speech with the humorous statement ,"After listening to George Bush all these years, I figured you needed to know what a real Texas accent sounds like.
Our sources of power are not the same as our uses of power. Regardless of from where our power derives, we have a choice about how to apply it” -(Mayer, 2012 Pg. 82) Mayer, in chapter three, discusses the many sources of power and how power can be used. He states that one has the ability to choose how they will use their power. Power used and how we obtain that power are different.
Ellsworth Toohey and Gail Wynand played great roles as antagonists in the novel called The Fountainhead. Both of them spent much of their lives seeking a very selective form of truth which was a lie. They tried to control human thoughts, change people's points of view, and have superiority over others lives. But their quest for power wasn’t the same as both of their personality was unique.
Assignment #1 Review questions Chap. 1 p. 26: 1. A single standard of ethics cannot be applied to all criminal justice agencies. The world is too complex to legislate morality and ethics. The cultures that make up each part of the world are not the same.
Thesis: It is very important for the sake of Americans tax dollars that we change the way that prisons are run and increase the productivity of inmates so when they are released from jail they are ready to be a productive member in society and have the confidence to achieve new goals. Introduction: Day after day, millions of inmates sit in jail doing nothing productive with their lives. We are paying to house inmates that may not even have a good reason to be there. For example, drug offenders are being kept with murderers and other violent offenders.
The steps in the Criminal Justice decision making process is First, Law enforcement officers produce suspects when they arrest a person. Second the Prosecutors produce defendents when they charge a suspect with crimes. Third,courts produce offenders when they convict defendants. Last, Corrections produce ec- offenders when they release them from
Disgust is mostly considered a basic emotion, which has not had much attention before. However, some legal scholar has started to study the relationship between disgust and its influence in the legal situation such as the effect that it have on the selected jurors in a case. According to Inbar and Pizarro authors of article “Grime and Punishment”, they are three type of disgust, which are the following: Core disgust, moral disgust, and disgust as a “behavioral immune system”. The moral disgust conflicts with legal decisions because it affects a person's moral view. Evidence show that moral disgust can harsher one’s moral view, and can be a way to apply retributivism in criminal justice.
When I was younger, my mother had a series of careers that were in the field of Criminal Justice. It is from her that I got my interest in criminal law, though I didn 't quite want any of the jobs she had done (jail guard, corrections officer, fugitive transport) and decide that being a lawyer that best suited me and I had become very passionate about this career. Another reason I had gained an interest in this field is because my older brother has been in trouble with the law as a result of an addiction and this was yet another thing I had grown up with. These two influences have given me my interest and passion in criminal justice and a sense of justice, all of which I plan on bringing with me into my education and career.
Whther it is based on the basic requirements of the party and state policy, or based on the pursuit of the essence of the spirit of protecting human rights, criminal defense effectiveness is a practice to solve and important problem in theory have to consider. The current study are "cookie-cutter" to defend the effectiveness of implementation in the hope of improvement of the system of criminal procedural law on defense. Although the effects of related program design is an important factor in achieving effectiveness to defend, in today's defense system is increasingly perfect, defense effectiveness problem especially criminal entity effectiveness is cured, the most fundamental problem actually lies not in the program system is imperfect,
How do we Develop Influential and Persuasive Power in the Criminal Justice System? Persuasive Power in the criminal equity framework has diminished from the earlier years. Those who are one-sided and victimize religion is raising the levels of compelling force. Influence is something else that has been around for many years.