Judges should be able employ other methods if they feel that they will be more successful. Victims’ Lobbies should have less influence on the administration of justice. All people sympathise with the victim, but no matter how badly they have been wronged they should have no influence on the outcome of a sentence, or on anybody responsible for any of the decision making. A key principle of Natural Justice is an impartial judge and allowing victims to have any affect on decision-makers is a fundamental breech of Natural
Just remember, just because one says they are a doctor, doesn’t mean they are trustworthy. I believe it shouldn’t be that way, living in a pool of questions and concerns that could affect your health. Again, if the process of obtaining a license could be more restricted and correctly administered, we could all live in a world of peace and also be sure of the safety of our
Their focus is on the control factors that prevent people from committing criminal or delinquent acts (Gottfredson & Hirschi, 1990; Hirschi, 1969; Nye, 1958; Reckless, 1967; Reiss, 1951; and Sykes & Matza, 1957). People obey the law because they are responding to appropriate social controls. People who violate the law do so because their social controls are not working or their bonds to law-abiding people have been broken or were never developed (Reiss, 1951). The question becomes not how to prevent criminal behavior, but how to get people to engage in law-abiding behavior. This paper examines a variety of approaches by social control theorists.
For instance in this topic, there is no evidence to support the assertion that legalizing pot will stop the illegal sale of the substance, and help regulate marijuana use. There is also no guarantee that by no longer imprisoning marijuana users they will not use more dangerous substances and move on to other criminal behavior. The side of the controversy that is best is decided by the individual, how it is viewed in their culture and morals he or she may have. Lastly, the decision of legalization rests in the hands of our government and what they believe is best for the protection of our country and its people. Even if the proposition is passed by the citizens the government can impeach it or the president can veto
This has produced situations where ethical and legal rights of a patient have come into play and been questioned. To further complicate these matters the state has claimed a right to protect its’ citizens from harm. The problem with this is that there is no true definition of harm to be referenced. The state may feel that having someone on a life support system may be keeping them from harm but the patient and their loved ones may feel that you are only prolonging the inevitable and causing more pain and stress for the loved ones involved. Every American has the right to request that medical treatment be withdrawn or withheld if they so choose.
However, similar to life, the government has flaws and may be beaten. Currently, the American legal system allows the defendant to plea not guilty for reasons of insanity, and be released from any charges. Therefore, I do not support the claims of individuals that blame their behaviors on their genetics and for this reason should not have responsibility for their actions and outcomes. Every human being should be held equally
The legitimacy of the law and the obligation to obey the law are derived directly from the right of every citizen to vote. Denying prisoners the right to vote is to lose an important tool of teaching them democratic values and social responsibility. In fact, the denial of voting rights on the basis of attributing moral indignity is inconsistent with respect for the dignity of each person. Furthermore, denying the right to vote does not meet the requirements of a legitimate punishment, and deprivation of this right does not dissuade criminals from committing a crime or rehabilitates them
Ayn Rand Belief in Today’s society. Ayn Rand's belief of those human relationships should exist without sacrifice. Every man is responsible for his own survival, and it is morally wrong to sacrifice yourself for someone unimportant to you, and equally immoral to expect someone else's sacrifice for your sake. Ayn Rand’s belief doesn't eliminate charity, just shouldn't bring harm to you in order to help someone. Of course, you could deleteriously affect your own welfare to help someone, but it might not be a sacrifice depending on the circumstances.
When it comes to protecting the most vulnerable among us, we must act now. ... Let's do the right thing.” These laws of gun control have the potential to save lives. But, do they have the power to protect lives? These laws and restrictions should not include the officers and defenders of this nation. “Let’s do the right thing”, let the officers of the law provide a safe and secure society.
Additionally, the hard work and determination the federal government is bestowing to keep weapons out of the hands of dangers criminals should also be considered. Taking the “right of the people to keep and bear arms” away from convicts and allowing only the law abiding citizens this unalienable right, will slowly but surely make the world a better place (Gun