Kenneth Stanfield. His offense is a felony possession of a controlled substance. His sentence was two years’ probation after 90 days in jail. Mr. Stanfield comes from a divorced family but admits he had a steady home life for the most part. He is single and has never been married.
Speck stopped using the name Richard Franklin Lindberg when he got married and began using the name Richard Franklin Speck. When Speck's daughter, Robbie Lynn, was born on July 5, 1962, his wife did not know where Speck was. He was serving a 22-day jail sentence for disturbing the peace in McKinney, Texas after a drunken
In this article I support some of Foucault’s statement and some I totally disagree with him. This essay shall look at two major things: the experiences of prisoners in prison and the Impact or effect of the prison on its inmates. According to Foucault, he said “prisons do not diminish crime rate: they can be extended, multiplied or transformed; the quantity of crime and criminals remains stable or, worse, increases” Foucault statement above refers to prisons has structural establishment that can multiply and grow but cannot reduce crime rate in the society neither does it fulfil its purpose of rehabilitation, all it does is to expose its inmate to isolation in their little cell making them go through psychological and emotional trauma. I believe the prison is to educate its inmate but instead the inmate suffers from arbitrary power of administrations. Foucault pointed this suffering from arbitrary power as one of the ways the prison cannot fail to produce delinquent “the prison also produces delinquents by imposing violent constrains on its inmate; it is supposed to apply the law and to teach respect
This house was a shot gun house, you could fire a gun from the front door and it goes straight through the back door not hitting anything. On January 8, 1935 Gladys delivered a stillborn son named Jesse Garon the 35 minutes later Elvis Aron was born. The new parents were unable to pay the doctors bill, so he collected welfare. By the time Elvis was three his father was sent to prison for forgery. He pled guilty and sentenced to three years at Parchment Farms Penitentiary.
Young and Middle Adulthood Case Studies Read the following case studies in order to complete the Week Three Individual Assignment. Case Study 1: Jackson Jackson is a 25-year old male who has recently been admitted to a substance abuse program in Chicago, Illinois. He has been arrested several times for possession of a controlled substance but has not served any time in jail. He grew up in a single-parent household with his mother, Tina. Tina, 45, is employed as a high school teacher; his biological father is not involved in his life.
The number of inmates released early from prison to community supervision or parole has dramatically decreased. Types of crimes for which offenders are convicted and sentenced to prison has not changed significantly since early 1990s. Almost 70 percent of all convicted offenders admitted to DOC have been sentenced to three years or less and most of those (47 percent) for one year or less. The court has not significantly changed its sentencing practices in imposing prison terms, but recently there has been an increase in the number of sentences of between five to 10 years and a decrease in sentences of one year or less. Violent crimes generally receive the longest prison sentence (about six years) and drug offenses the next longest (almost four years).
If you commit any offence during the currency of the bond you are liable to serve the sentence of imprisonment that I have just imposed together with any other sentence that you might incur. I must make it plain to you it need not be drug offending, it could be any type of criminal offending. Now in view of your past history it is clear that you can live a law-abiding life so hopefully that will not be a problem. Do you understand the terms of the bond that is offered to you? PRISONER: Absolutely.
So you have to live by that. But there is no law for telling your employer a lie, or something that isn't necessarily true, you won't go to jail or get in any serious trouble. You will just be unethical, and once your employers find out that you are unethical it will be hard to keep a job or get a job. There is also the 10 rules of ethics in the Hospitality Industry.. Honesty, Integrity, Turstworthiness, Loyality, Fairness, Concern and Respect for Others, Commitment to Excellence, Leadership, Reputation and Morale, and
Also the offender is more likely to go back to a life of crime because that’s sometimes all they know how to do so that they can survive in the real world. I also believe depending on the crime the offender commits they should have a more lengthy and strict probation if they aren’t given jail or prison time. Even though the jails and prisons are largely overcrowded and sometimes state funds can’t incarcerate habitual offenders I feel that that they need to be on stricter probation or parole sentence so they understand that what they are doing is wrong. I do not believe that individuals who commit misdemeanors should be subjected to a lengthy prison
One of the advantages of patrolling is that it gives potential criminals the fear of being caught in the act and citizens the peace of knowing that they are being protected against crime. Organizing these patrols starts with answering calls, assigning police presence to any given area, and looking into any suspicious activities. The patrolmen and patrolwomen that are responsible for the patrolling are, without a doubt, the police department’s most important resource. Each officer or group of officers is responsible for a particular well-defined area. While patrolling on foot doesn’t necessarily reduce crime, it does give the community the feeling of being safe and secure.