Self Compliance Report

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It is always interesting to reflect on your life, whether is personal, or goal oriented. Therefore, based on the choices I made, I can see where I landed in the ladder of success. Now, I begin to reflect on my educational road, and what I have accomplish, and learned. I have taken many classes where it teaches me about law, the Criminal justice system, how the court works, and the process. Being fortunate enough to learn all this at Everest College, where I did obtain my AA degree in Criminal Justice. The feedback that I was giving at this college will prepare me for law school or for my investigation job at Wells Fargo Bank. In the college I was giving the feedback that law was not going to be easy to learn and to master, without the proper …show more content…
One of my examples can be when I learned about vicarious liability. Vicarious liability to be honest did not interested me one bit, although it is something that will be useful when having a business and you want to keep everyone safe from any type of professional involvements in regards to other employees, I believe it can be useful. Another example I have will be self-defense, and the importance of what it Intel’s. Self-defense can be the involvement of many things, especially defending the health and well-being of you, or of another, from harm. Before learning this, my understanding of self-defense was that you can get arrested for actually defending yourself from harm. One of the other wonderful subject that I learned in this class was justice. Unfortunately, many individuals have different prospective about the meaning of justice. The meaning of justice is vast and has a list of understanding, and defined as the principal of fairness. Many people have said that justice will always be a debate, especially when it involves the criminal justice system. Learned that justice have many theories, early theories were set out by Plato, an ancient Greek …show more content…
Begin with the idea of understanding why Richard is the way he is, and also understanding why he thinks the way he does. Like I mention at the beginning of that exercise, it is everything psychological, that this is where you begin to study a person who has all of this issues in his head and who can burst them at any time. The problems begin when you are a kid and unfortunately, being a kid is difficult and challenging at the same time. Understanding why kids begin to find answer on becoming man outside home, when home does not provide those types of answers. Finally, one of the best things that I learned in this class was the rape shield law. The reason why this is such an amazing subject is because this is perfect to use at court, however, it can also be sad. Perfect in a way that it will be hard for someone to frame an individual who is innocent of a rape charge, now, the reason is sad is because a women sexual history will be reveal ones the trial starts just to find out if she wants to frame the individual just for

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