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    Individuals have always argued on the rights of abortion depending on religious views, financial standing and the moral standing of the fetus. Is abortion morally wrong, or permissible? Many have different thoughts on this topic because there has to be a lot of reasoning on why abortions should or not be done. I don’t really have a side because the way I see it is it all depends on how the pregnancy happened and the standing the parents have for when the baby is born. Many women decide to…

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    Talk about the contrast between first degree kill, second degree kill, willful murder, and automatic homicide. Make sure to give particular cases that proof the contrasts between these wrongdoings. Your reaction should clarify references to the legitimate ideas and standards exhibited amid this unit. Crime is the murdering of a person by another individual. Contingent on conditions, a manslaughter might be considered murder. The assortment of state and national laws makes it hard to join…

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    Perhaps one of the oldest written manuscripts of law would be the Code of Hammurabi, which dates back to early Babylonian times. The code consists of 282 laws, with the resulting punishment usually being death. Some 4,000 years later, our modern society has vastly improved and evolved upon Hammurabi’s code, yet death still remains a viable punishment for certain offenders. However, is the death penalty actually good policy? To examine this, areas such as deterrence and motivation will be…

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    to previous studies to investigate the impacts of gun ownership in our economic system. They provided proof that high gun ownership correlates with gun misuse. They then broke down all homicide data in the 200 largest counties in America, which accounts for nearly 75% of homicides in America. They found that homicide rates are higher with perceived illegal gun purchases as opposed to legal gun purchases. The authors also discuss the social cost of gun violence, showing that every additional…

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    org, the Brady Bill which was enacted in 1993 helped lower the homicide rate. The site states that, “after Brady background checks were required, however, gun murders began to steadily decline and ultimately fell by 32% by 1993 to 2006” (Brady campaign to prevent gun violence). This shows that people can use statistics to further their agenda for stricter gun laws. However, what this particular statistic fails to show is the homicide rate as a whole. When our second amendment rights are taken…

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    Americans Need Gun Control In America there are debating issues about gun control. Most of issues are by humans, such as human trafficking, corruption, gun violence, and drugs. In the United States of America, gun violence has become a big issue because of so many recent tragic incidents. There is a higher rate of death (in the U.S.A.) related to gun violence than any other developed country. Every year 30,000 people get killed and 80,000 people get injured due to gun in U.S. This fact indicates…

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    led many to question the legitimacy of the death penalty. The now famous study by David Baldus showed that black defendants are executed two and a half times more often than white defendants. Furthermore, while there is an equal amount of white homicide victims as black, four out of five defendants executed had a white victim (Dow). The entire system is patently unfair, and it is best explained by criminologist Rachel King who states, "a death sentence is still much more likely to be…

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    Pascual Restrepo Theory

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    The article Canada History of Violence by Pascual Restrepo was published in the New York Times October 11, 2015. In this article Pascual Restrepo noted that “Canadians are, like everyone else, capable of violence” Although, this may cause questioning to some of us, since compared to other countries, Canada is one of, if not, the least violent countries. According to the article, settlements from 1896 to 1921 farther away from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Mounties) would be more violent…

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    to ethical investigations is homicide and rape. The reason why homicide and rapes cases are most important when it pertains to ethical investigations is because they are the most heinous and psychologically damaging of all crimes. In order for cases to be successfully prosecuted it is important that the Criminal Investigators as well as the Prosecutor have both good ethical values and strong personal morals. From the moment a Criminal…

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    The Heat of The Night released in 1967, the abuse suggests inhumanity towards Mr.Tibbs while he tries to find justice in the killing of the town’s newest entrepreneur. The newest suspect is Mr.Tibbs a successful police officer. He specializes in homicides in Pennsylvania. He is misjudged at a train station because of the racial cruelty in the south. Once Mr.Tibbs name is cleared he is assigned to the case by his commanding officer back home. He has to put up with the racial slurs,beatings and a…

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