Reducing Ethical Considerations From arrival at a crime scene the investigator must follow only the facts and remove any emotion from considerations. The investigator must remember to handle witnesses and evidence in a professional way. “The investigator must be sensitive to the constitutional and civil rights of all: rich or poor, witness or suspect.” (Osterburg &
The virus can be found on the surface of the skin, cervix, vagina, anus, vulva, head of penis, mouth and throat. Since it is found in so many places it can easily be spread. HPV is not curable but is preventable. With people knowing this why is the vaccine intake rate so low? Is it because we don’t even know what HPV is or maybe it’s because we are not informed about the vaccine, or could it be we know about the vaccine but it’s too expensive for the average person?
It is important to the criminal justice system because a client should always have adequate representation. The issues that surround attorney-client privilege also make it very important to the court system. Some of the issues that exist because of the complexity of privilege are mainly questions such as in what instances should an attorney break that privilege, what if a client admits guilt of a crime, what about a client that conveys their intent to commit a crime. Admitting guilt of a crime that has already occurred is considered privileged information, however, a client that conveys their intent to commit a crime is not covered under the attorney-client privilege. It is an attorney’s obligation, in fact, to break that attorney-client privilege in order to prevent future harm (Meyer & Grant, 2003).
Three Strikes Law Abstract The Three Strikes Law came into effect in 1993 and is currently the law in 24 states within the United States. (Jacklin, 2010). Violent and serious felonies are dependent on each individual state and are listed in the state law (LaCourse, 1997). These offenses, in many states, include murder, robbery of a residence where a weapon was seen, rape and other sexual offenses. Serious offenses include all of the same offenses defined as violent offenses, and also include other crimes such as burglary of a residence and assault with intent to commit a robbery or rape (Prosecutors’ perspective on California’s three strikes law, 2004).
First, the company leadership knowingly replaced the naturally occurring ingredients with the synthetic ingredients without changing the label on the packaging. This action violated the regulations set in place in the 1960s allowing consumers to have adequate and truthful information about the products they purchase. Second, the chemicals the company used to replace the natural ingredients are known to cause serious physical side effects including heart attacks and strokes. These side effects are a result of the stronger potency of the chemically generated ingredients as opposed to the naturally occurring ingredients the company originally utilized for the products. Finally, there is a dangerous lack of oversight by FDA regulators into the safety violations of companies such as Chemins leading to a reduced rate of public health and safety.
Criminal justice professionals play an important role in the court system, and if they lie on accusations and evidence, the innocent become victims of the dishonesty. A second quality that is good to see in the criminal justice professions is to be objective. It is important for our law enforcement and public servants to not let their personal goals, feelings, or prejudice to get in the way of the criminal justice goals. Objectivity ensures that the professionals will make the right choices even when they have reasons that should make them choose otherwise. A simple example of this trait could be a law enforcement officer writing a ticket to someone regardless of the relationship they may or may not have.
Personal Crime Analysis Dawn Wright CJA/354 July 4,2011 Kristin Mildenberger Personal Crime Analysis When an individual harms another individual of any age has just been committed of a personal crime. A personal crime, also known as violent crimes, which may result in an attempt to do the crime or the suspect has successfully completed the crime. Each jurisdiction are different by the way they run their units, most are running a homicide unit and a sex unit to take care of the hundreds of caseloads that are reported. Examples of personal crimes are homicide, assault, battery, mayhem, rape and statutory rape. The rates of these personal crimes vary depending on one’s judgement that has been made.
The fact that officers know that illegally obtained (but true) evidence will quite possibly be thrown out, and therefore dangerous criminals will be freed, will encourage them to follow the proper procedures. (Woodfin, 2009) In addition, there are already several exceptions to requiring a warrant, such as “stop-and-frisk”, airport and school searches, voluntary searches, and emergency situations (Scheb, 2008) While these arguments supported the continued use of the exclusionary rule, there are also many argue against its value to our criminal justice system. One of the most
Furthermore the case stated that there was actually no audit work that was done, and Madoff’s cousin was the sole practitioner conducting the audit. These factors raises serious questions of obvious bias and unethical practices involved in performing the audit. Another solution is to provide a safe environment or an outlet for individuals to disclose their potential concerns of fraud. For instance, an outlet such as fraud hot line may have encouraged those who turned the other cheek to come forth. Between the two alternative solutions, I believe that the first solution of tightening the review process of the SEC would be most effective in combating the problem statement.
Multi-Facets of Negligence February 06, 2012 Multi-Facets of Negligence Negligence is not a criminal offense that involves health care professionals, hospital, and patients with their respective representative. Negligence can escalate to gross negligence and a malpractice suit if sever harm or death is the outcome for poor judgment and nonstandard actions of a health care professional (Cornock, 2011). The aim of this paper is to review the difference between negligence, gross negligence, malpractice, the importance of documentation, and what should have been done to avoid the mishap as it relates to a case of an amputation mishap (The Neighborhood, 2011). Differentiating Between Negligence, Gross Negligence, Malpractice Nurses often fear that they will make an error that will cause harm to their patient’s that will cause a lawsuit, and possibly affect the state of their license. The line drawn between negligence and gross negligence is undefined and many times is left up to a jury to decide.