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    whereas there have only been statements regarding conduct of international organizations since the 1980’s. In International Law, the main criminal responsibility for individuals is dealt with by the International Criminal Court. In 1998, the Rome Statute was established by the ICC and the treaty came into force in 2002, with 124 states having ratified the treaty. (Lecture, Clarke) It established that there are four core international crimes that shall not be…

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    R. V. Hauser Case Study

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    relation to a power struggle of jurisdiction. The whole case surrounds the question on whether the Attorney General, or the Attorney General of Canada should have the power to control the prosecution under the Federal Narcotics Control Act. It is a battle for powers of jurisdiction in regards to the criminal code, and more so the Narcotics Control Act; (NCA), 1961. The Narcotics Act was once Canada’s national drug control statue prior to its repeal in 1996 where the Controlled Drugs and…

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    Even with the use of United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. To help solve disputes of international sea law between two states the United nations has created the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. However, before being able to take the case to the International Tribunal for the Law of the sea, Italy must have first exhausted all of its possible remedies to find a solution for this case. The permanent court of arbitration helped navigate this case, in the end however, India…

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    Everyone knows that child soldiers are a bad occurrence. But the real question is, should a child soldier be treated as a victim or a criminal? Many say that the children are victims because they are forced into being a soldier, the result of refusal often being death. But how would you feel if your family was killed? It doesn’t matter who they were killed by, you would still want justice. A great majority of the child soldiers enlist and some even seem to enjoy killing. Those who refuse the…

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    Rights In Criminal Cases

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    Rights in Criminal Cases One of the articles that I looked at address whether crime victims should have rights during criminal investigation, using the crime Victim’s (CVRA) as the focal point for our discussion. This can also help with like finding the criminals or seeing who is guilty or not. This is part of the first article, our article proceeds in four parts. First, to highlights the importance of applying the act before the formal filing of charges by illustrating how dozens of victims in…

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    Section 404 Case Study

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    section requires a report that acknowledge the responsibility of management for creating and maintaining internal controls in order to manage the risk that can potentially cause inaccurate, fraudulent or incomplete data to be disclosed to stakeholders. The report should also contain the effectiveness of the internal control structure as of the end of the most recent fiscal year. External auditors needs to provide an opinion on the reliability of the management representation on the…

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    Evidence Interpretation

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    There are various elements that play a role in solving cases; evidence is a one of these key elements. Many factors can determine if the evidence submitted before a court of law is accurate such as how the evidence is collected, if proper protocell was followed before the laboratory’s handling of the evidence, and if the evidences was accurately processed by the crime scene laboratory by various forensic scientists. Furthermore, with the advances in technology in today’s society, various…

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    profile of the unknown offender. Of course, offender profiling cannot tell law enforcement who exactly committed such offence. It can potentially help us make predictions about the characteristics the offender is most likely to possess. Offender profiling can help police target their investigation in a more effective approach. Offender profiling is also known as criminal profiling and psychological profiling. Basically the overall purpose of offender profiling is to…

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    white dolls as good. The test also revealed subconscious racism caused by racial biases and social norms in our society. 3. Discuss how racial profiling, immigration, and hate crimes will impact the future of multiculturalism and criminal justice. According to Hanser and Gomila (2015), racial profiling is the practice of “police and other law enforcement officers relying, to any degree, on race, color, descent or national or ethnic origin as the basis for subjecting persons to investigatory…

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    students can give his/her "version of what happened," and can resolve the conflict without involving the law (Tdhbrasil.org, 2015). Mentioned by Sellmen, Cremin, and McCluskey in their text Restorative…

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