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    Felony Crimes

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    If you are convicted of a misdemeanor, there is a high probability that you will spend time in the county jail for the crime that you committed. Most county jail stints are not that long; however, you would still lose your freedoms for the time beings. Once again, you may have some difficulties finding housing and a job when you have a misdemeanor on your record. Due to the county jail sentence associated with misdemeanors, employers and rental agencies look down on individuals who have misdemeanors. However, having a felony pleaded down to a misdemeanor instead is a good thing. If you have only been charged with a misdemeanor though, you should fight to see if it can be dropped down to a lesser charge and talk to your attorney to see if that can happen. Penalties Vary:…

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    Different Types Of Crime

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    For this assignment, I will explain the differences in the handling of each type of crime by the government, as well as exploring the different crime levels, as far as misdemeanors vs felonies and the different punishments for these types of crimes. In addition, I will evaluate the role of the media in crime description and portrayal. Lastly, I will explain the differences in the theoretical applications for these types of crimes and explain how the theories differentiate between these types…

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    being charged with felonies, they get a misdemeanor. For the offender, a misdemeanor is less damaging than a felony conviction, increasing the person 's chances of acquiring gainful employment, enter college and qualify for financial aid, get approval for housing, etc.” Do you expect to see any benefits from Proposition 57? “While it 's too early to tell how many offenders will actually benefit from Proposition 57 we are hopeful that inmates will take advantage of the opportunities to reduce…

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    That way, they can fight to get the charges reduced. You should try to avoid getting a felony conviction as it will most likely result in prison time and will impact your life long after you leave prison. Still Serious But Not As Bad: Misdemeanors A misdemeanor is not as bad as a felony, but it is still pretty serious. If you are convicted of a misdemeanor, there is a high probability that you will spend time in the county jail for the crime that you committed. Most county jai stints are not…

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    He went to Kim yard and went up in her house’s roof to get the duck. At this moment he saw Kim and her friend singing and dancing. He took picture and uploaded them in the net. Rich did not asked Kim a admission to step up in her yard, neither to climb her roof to get the duck. In all of this he took pictures of her and her friend and violate the privacy she has in her property. Common law trespass is a crime when a person or the objectif of an individual intentionally get in the land of a…

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    “A felony is the most serious type of crime, and an individual convicted of a felony may be sentenced to state prison under certain circumstances”. (2NDPAGE). People who are not sentenced to state prison may be sent to county jail or being supervised by the county probation department in some cases they serve both. There are codes that classifies felonies as violent or serious. These felonies consist of robbery, burglary of a home, assault with the intentions to commit robbery, murder, and rape.…

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    Probation Essay

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    offenders going into a probation program will do their best to ensure they are doing what is necessary to guide their lives down the right track. With this we must push forward and assure that we are continuing to do what is right to change that from most offenders to all offenders. In this paper I will be talking about the issues presented from probation lack of reducing recidivism rates as well as some ways that could help probation reduce their recidivism rates within their area. One large…

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    if they appear at the victim’s workplace, residence, enter onto or remain on property owned, property leased and occupied by that person. The offender cannot contact the person by telephone, mail, or electronic communication. They are also in violation if they place an object on individual’s property or delivered to their property. If this property is owned, leased, or occupied by the person. They define the victim as the individual who is the target of all the willful course of conduct…

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    Nude Sexting Summary

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    pressured by one of Margarite’s former friend to send her Margarite’s nude photo. Later that night the former friend forwarded Margarite’s nude photo to all her contacts. Her nude photo went viral immediately. Not only was the photo being circulated within her school district but it has also been sent to other students in different school districts. The school and police quickly became involved. The police arrested anyone involved. The following day Isaiah and the former friend meet with a…

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    Introduction: “Broken Window Theory” states that if a broken window is not quickly repaired, other windows will break creating a sense of public apathy and neglect that attracts criminals. To begin with, “Broken Window theory” has mix viewed. I believe that this theory has its positive and negative side as well. The “broken window theory was a good crime fighting strategy that made people feel a little safer and was able to respect their fellow officers on foot rather than their patrol cars.…

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