Due to the fact that illegal immigrants usually come into the country with nothing, they find that committing crimes is their only way to live. Many immigrants find that using robbery and fraud is an easy way to gain large sums of money, seeing that they usually are unable to find steady jobs. They are also more violent. After realizing in their past country that they could get away with harsh crimes, they figure they can do it here as well. Over one hundred illegal immigrants whom were caught and released have continued to be charged with murders.
With the costs to participate and complete a residential day reporting center program running up to nearly 25% less than traditional incarceration for the same time period, it can be seen that there are financial benefits to this type of alternative sentencing. Politically, using an alternative approach to incarceration shows that the government administration has a concern for all members of the community including those who are guilty of the criminal offense, the family members of those sentenced individuals, the local employers who would benefit from maintaining their workforce, as well as the taxpayers who would not have to support such a large expense for retribution, especially if recidivism rates can be significantly impacted through the program
The issue is, people have different opinions; those who have witnessed or known someone who’s been accused of joint enterprise are more likely to be against it then those in public who only know the outside story. This shows that many people don’t actually understand its use and if they did they would dislike the law. Additionally, those not even present at the scene of a crime can be found guilty of murder. This shows that the “lazy law” takes time off police officer’s hands making it easier to jail anyone
Very few small cities or and rural areas have the necessary population base and extremely deprived community circumstances to support gangs. Any disorder that an existing gang feels, such as member arrests or drop outs is likely to strike at the foundations of its structure. Gangs in smaller areas are more likely to be started for social reasons in opposition
Wrongful convictions have plagued the world throughout history. When crimes are committed the public feels ascertain a way about the situation. Depending on the severity of the issues, the last thing the public wants is for the criminals to get away. The pressure intensifies to catch some one for the crime. The technology advancements alone have led to several cold cases freeing the wrongfully convicted.
Due to what was stated above, lower income adolescent residents in Baltimore are forced to resort to crime and drugs as a scapegoat of their missed opportunities. On the other hand the Bronx, also had a crumbling sense of community, because of violence that was brought into its area. The repercussions of this as is similar of Baltimore, most adolescents resorted to the streets for money. Lastly the reason why both cities young men found it attractive to go to the streets, is because it gives them pride, money and a way to escape from the missed opportunities from their communities.
In terms territories, the master franchisor does not offer Sanchay and his father much protection. Three other Signsbytomorrow franchises exist just within the New Jersey area and even though Sanchay claims that competition amongst them is not fierce, it must eat-away at a small portion of the Agarwals’ target market. For Longtail Advertising, the threat of new entrants is Medium since the business has low start-up costs and requires little to no expertise at least initially. Threat of Substitutes: For both of the businesses, a threat of substitutes is certainly relatively high. The only factor that differentiates their business from anyone else’s is the level of service and the time taken to deliver a project.
But, there is much research and funding lacking for those who spent time in prison, but never did the crime in the first place. A current task at my internship is to create a post exoneration questionnaire to seek out those who have bene freed and find out what they would have needed after being released that they did not receive – this includes housing, compensation for time lost, assistance with jobs, assistance with mental health issues, and catching them up to speed with what went on in the world while they were wrongfully behind bars. Those who are wrongfully convicted and exonerated don’t even get a bus ticket or twenty dollars right away – their compensation takes a while to kick in and they are navigating foreign territory. Beyond this, much of their life has changed beyond the prison bars, families have grown and loved ones have moved on, often times their house and possessions are gone. They start a long winding road even outside of prison to get their lives back on track and need their family and community to help.
The punishment should be severe enough to prevent criminals from committing a crime. The punishment should fit the crime. The role of the government is to ensure crime by enforcing laws and ensuring that whoever breaks it should be punished. Individuals have free will to behave however they want which is how certain criminals seek pleasure in committing crimes. According to (Cronje, 2017), “Social expectation of success defined by wealth but not providing equal levels of education and job opportunities leads people to use socially unacceptable means to achieve those goals or give up on chasing societies goals (leading to a lack of social cohesion)”.
Cherry Valance states “You Greasers have a different set of values” (p. 38). Greasers believe in theft, and love to break the law to have what they call fun. However, Socs, the high class, do not disobey the laws and are still being positioned on the top floor of the Social building, while no Greaser has ever gotten close to being a Soc for that very reason. Society will only obliterate a being who has committed crimes, and will only continue to do so. There are some who believe that Greasers have plentiful chances of becoming Socs; however, throughout the entirety or the book, there is no mention of Greasers working their way up in the world, or even aiming to do so.