Essay about Criminal Justice
In this age of social media and advanced computer technology I find it to be an utter tragedy the amount of individual that are incarcerated for non-violent crimes. After all we have the knowledge and the resources to event a new cellar device almost every other month. We have drones to deliver package. Information can be sent at the speed of light from the United States to Europe. Yet in still we haven’t come up with a plan to address the issue of imprisoning non-violent crimes.
Wouldn’t our hard earn tax dollars be more useful in fighting the war on terrorism? After all isn’t America under attack every day? The threat of an attack on us happens not just …show more content…
The miss-trust of the criminal justice system has now been enacted within the family. After all don’t you believe that the family is saying that there is no way that he should have received such a large amount of time for possession of such a small amount of drugs? Of course they are. So the feeling of angry towards the police and the court system is now only felt by the incarcerated individual but also by the entire family.
Let’s talk about Mr. Noble who is now away from his family. He has lost his business and his job, for 2 joints. The American people are now charged with taking care of him. We pay for his cell, his medical needs and any other incidentals. He is locked away with violent criminals. And now has to adapt his mind set to think like