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  • Death Punishment Pros And Cons

    Cameron Willingham was executed in 2004 in Texas despite of his consistent claim of innocence. Convicted of murdering his three children in a 1991 house fire. Arson investigators concluded that there were twenty indicators of arson that led to them to believe that an accelerant was used to set fire in three different locations. After Willingham execution arson expert, Gerald Hurst believed that there was nothing to suggest to an arson investigator that it was an arson fire. Louisiana State…

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  • Graduation Speech: The Fundamental Transformation Of Amerika

    Greetings, The Demokratic college student population (the vocal minority) is still an ongoing disgraceful tirade against the outcome of the Presidential election. It a blemish on the international face of America... enough already... we can only take so much of little soft faces with teary eyes shrieking social injustice obscenities,attacking people and destroying personal property... demonstrating against things that may never come to pass. It is time for them to sashay back to their safe…

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  • Classicism: Jeremy Bentham, Cesare Beccaria And Thomas Hobbes

    Classicism was formed when the enlightenment arose and was an innovative response to what was seen as harsh juridical processes at the time. Key figures included: Jeremy Bentham, Cesare Beccaria and Thomas Hobbes. Main concepts included that humans are rational creatures with free will therefore crime can be prevented by punishment. Punishment was used to better the society as it would serve as a deterrent to commit crime. It was expressed to be most effective when punishments were swiftly and…

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  • Conflicts In Corrections

    1. The struggle with conflicting goals within the correctional system has always been seen as an issue. In order for these goals to be accomplished, the conflicts that arise when correctional goals combine needs to be perceived as a positive change to the correctional system. Three of these goals are rehabilitation, incapacitation, and retribution. Rehabilitation is an attempt to restore a convicted offender to a constructive place in society through training or therapy (Clear et al, 2016).…

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  • Cesare Beccaria Theory

    1) Cesare Beccaria Originaly from Italy, Cesare Beccaria (1738–1794) is one of the most notorious phylosophers of his time, recognized du his notorious book “On Crimes and Punishment” (1764) I think this work should be present and reading by not only students in the graduate student in criminology but also in sociology as well. It 's only my opinion, but I will try to explain my reasoning. Crime is a natural phenomenon, if there is no crime, there won 't be any punishment. His book” ?Dei…

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  • Essay Supporting The Death Penalty

    out of jail? Are we making it to where people are not scared of the consequences and repercussions of killing someone? If we do away with capital punishment then there will be harsher crimes committed since people know they won’t really be punished. So what is capital punishment? Capital punishment is “The lawful infliction of death as a punishment” (Capital). It is often referred to as the death penalty. There have been many sentenced…

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  • Isobelle Carmody: Play Analysis

    There is a myth about an exodus of a group of lemmings roaming the streets and committing a mass suicide by jumping off the cliff every few years. The myth started when a Disney documentary called White Wilderness was produced in 1958. Since the movie has been released, people have assumed or believe that the myth is true. The original says there is no reason to why the Lemmings jumped of the cliff. However, author Isobelle Carmody recreated the myth The Lemmings factor into a story and drama in…

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  • Gay Gun Control Pros And Cons

    Gun Control On October 3, 2017 "New York Times" Associate Professor of Purdue University and New York Times best-selling essay collection Bad Feminist Ms. Roxane Gay argues that it's time to address concerns of gun control. Gay makes her case after the incident of the Las Vegas shooting. Gay describes in short account of who Stephen Paddock the Las Vegas shooting is, however, goes into great detail regarding the guns that were in his position. Gay also claims that gun stores should have…

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  • Colin Ferguson Case Study

    Colin Ferguson The trial of Colin Ferguson in the mid-1990’s is a notable case study for analyzing the impact of race and mental health in the criminal justice system and how the combination of those can cause the court to become, at least partially, biased. I. Colin Ferguson was charged and convicted of 6 counts of murder and 19 counts of attempted murder after he was captured for shooting passengers on a Long Island Rail Road train on December 7th, 1993. Colin Ferguson, 36 at the time, was…

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  • R V Anthony Cook Case Study

    The case R. V. Anthony - Cook took place back on February 9th , 2013 when the accused Anthony Cook got into a fight with Michael Gregory outside a drop-in clinic in Vancouver. The center was open to people who were facing addiction and mental health issues, both of the men had past issues with mental illness and substance abuse. On the day of the crime Michael Gregory, who, was volunteering at the center was punched twice each hitting him in the head and knocking him over, Gregory then fell…

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