magine a world without laws, Imagine people being able to commit crimes without anything being done, Imagine how all this important information about laws and why we have them would be nothing in the world today. Crimes are committed on a daily basis, but the law does everything to help those people who are in danger of committing those crimes by stopping them before it’s too late. sometimes the crimes are committed before the law can get to them so enforcement takes the job of taking their freedom away for them. Law Enforcement is important because without it everyone would be afraid of life. Everyone needs it for as long as Humanity exists because as humans people create mistakes that can severely harm and hurt others.
Yes, that sounds crazy, but if I had any chance to save a life from itself, shouldn 't I? It’s a contingency to solve, but it’s better to try than do nothing. I want to make a program, that physically helps and seeks others that hide from help, through a new technological standpoint. Let’s be real, in today 's age, the government regulates everything online, even our personal data. But if they could run all that data they have consumed, maybe they could find an algorithm for men and women who show suicidal tendencies.
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.
All our life we commit mistakes, but should a young teen’s life be taken away in a an instant because of an idiotic mistake they made? According to the eighth amendment, “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” It would be cruel to give a young teen a mandatory life sentence without parole without giving them the chance to redeem him/herself and get their life back together. I understand that there are crimes that have no forgiveness, however there are several teens that don 't realize what they are doing. “Young people are biologically different from adults” (Garinger 1). In this case, I agree with the majority of the Supreme Court Justice who believe that mandatory life
Some kids were just getting incarcerated for not going to school. The relationship between crime and deviance has started to become blurred in the eyes of the justice system. No one deserves to be incarcerated for being a deviant but if a crime is committed then they have to be punished for it. Other options than mass incarceration is to put the deviants in special programs to help them and if they do not follow these programs and do what they are told to then you can incarcerate them for violating the rules of their program. Mass incarceration has become a big problem in America with over two million people currently incarcerated, but non violent crimes can be dealt with in other ways and these people do not need to be immediately incarcerated once they do something
It weakens the faith the public has for the justice system as well as poses safety issues; when innocent people are put away, the real criminals are still out there. Luckily, it is known what causes wrongful convictions and how to fix them. Many wrongful convictions are due to mistaken eyewitnesses, jailhouse snitches, or false evidence. I think many of the wrongful convictions could be solved with harder evidence, more information. A case should not rely on a single eye witness but multiple.
Harold, the creator of the facial recognition machine, originally developed this machine to catch acts of terror and prevent them from happening. However, this technology started to watch over ordinary individuals, which involves questions of depriving citizens of their right to privacy. The show’s concern is the danger of using surveillance to watch people every hour of the day, and how technology can easily turn against you. It implies that a machine can govern citizens and control every aspect of their life if not used carefully. In season 4 episode 5, Harold speaks to the machine about being the admin, but he knows something is completely wrong.
The result: alarming numbers of “abduction,” and more and more parents buying child tracking devices and hovering over their every step outside. We are responsible teenagers. We won’t accept candy from strangers or get on their vans. Letting us travel in a small state’s small capital will not kill us, but instead will help us gain some tough skin, experience, and
Some other reasons why people become terrorists is because America could have helped another county fight theirs, or didn’t help them when they needed help. There are a lot of different reasons as to why they do what they do, but nobody but them will really know the real reason. Growing up in this world around this time is going to be scary for children, teenagers and even adults. You shouldn’t have to fear to go to Walmart or to go shopping, but now you have to be aware of your surroundings at all times. Kids will never be able to run about Walmart or in a neighborhood like we were allowed to as a kid, I hope it all changes and terrorism
In addition, by just simply looking into someone’s criminal history and not letting them adopt or legally have kids if they’re unsuitable you could save a child from a life of abuse and/or neglect. For example, rapists, murderers, and child sex offenders. There’s a lot of other crimes that are debatable too. Of course, you shouldn’t be deemed unworthy to have a kid if you shoplift a pencil, but why would we allow kids under the care of adults who have molested children? Agencies go through extremely lengthy background checks and procedures to make sure families are prepared and healthy enough to take on a child, yet nobody bats an eyelash when it comes to people having children on their own.
When someone who commits a crime is determined to be mentally inadequate to be held accountable for the crimes they have committed, there are things that we do to charge them, but in a lesser way because of their mental capacity. Which begs the question, why are we allowing children to be sentenced to life, when their brains aren’t fully developed? When a child commits a crime we look over that, and stop seeing them as children. We shouldn’t sentence children to a life in prison when their brains are not only underdeveloped, but also missing a good portion of gray matter. In the article “Startling Finds on Teenage Brains,” by Paul Thompson, he speaks about how adolescents lose brain tissue as they mature.