To justify this action the officer may say to themselves that they are making society safer, and never accept the true reality that they have committed a crime to achieve a desire that was never attainable in the first place because there will always be some criminals that get away. This may be because of some connections they have within the legal system, or even because of a mishap on the officer’s behalf that violated a right that they have under the Constitution. Regardless it is impossible to get every “bad guy” off of the street, and the officer themselves has become one of the “bad guys” in hopes that they will achieve a desire by using illegal means. Another instance of noble cause corruption may fall into the area of intelligence- led policing and come in the form of fourth amendment violations in an effort to contain society’s terrorists, and criminals. In this instance an officer may search someone’s home based on SARs which is a suspicious activity report which does not establish probable cause to take the action of searching a person home, and he or she may do so without
It also instills fear of punishment in would-be violators of the law. Unfortunately people believe that punishments should not be too harsh or disproportionate because they believe that if criminals believed that they have nothing to lose, that their crimes might escalate if frequency and severity. I disagree with this sentiment. Punishment should be swift and it should be just and it should be harsh, especially for capital offenses. Specific deterrence assumes that an individual, after being punished once for a certain act, will be less likely to repeat that act because he or she does not want to be
After taking the jacket Ken then uses ‘force’ to steal which implies that Ken could be found liable for robbery. A person is guilty of robbery if he steals and immediately before or at the time of doing so and in order to do so he used force on any person or puts of seeks to put any person in fear or being then and there subjected to force. it is clear that Ken uses force on Norma but pushing her out of the way
During the conspiracy at least one of the conspirators commits an overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy. In this type, two men plan to rob a convenient store and once inside, one of them takes it upon himself to shoot the clerk because the clerk is not moving as fast as he wants them to. Shooting the clerk was not in the plan. 4.) The overt act is knowingly committed in an effort to further the purpose of the conspiracy.
The prisoners did wrong things, so they are already being punished, as Buchanan’s second conclusion, “That those really responsible for the abuse, on a deeper and more systematic level, still should be brought to justice.” The guards’ responsibility is to take care of the prison, not to misbehave with the prisoners. As a result, if prisoners were punished for their bad deeds, then of course the guards should be punished, too, for abusing the prisoner, because it wasn’t their right to treat them badly. If a guard hadn’t interfered in the prisoner’s life, then the good people have never turned into bad, and this world would have been better. Human nature is like when everyone acts nice to each other, then they are nice; and when someone tries to hurt one’s feelings or ego, then everyone turns to violent behavior. That’s where crime begins.
He says when punished, men think, "here something has unexpectedly gone wrong" not "I ought not to have done that." He also describes punishment as a way to instill fear upon other members of society. This I found interesting and very true. Today, when we see the harsh characteristics of jail, we do not want to live that live, with chains and no
In a world full of fears, perhaps the worst one a human being should haveis that to be afraid of his fellow man. The human that should be mostfeared is the one that has Anti-Social Personality Disorder or in laymen’sterms the psychopath. The psychopath is probably the most deviant mindthat exists and treatment is not very successful because there is not a cureor drug to control it. The solution in my mind to control the problem ofsociopaths is to let them live in colonies with each other. Through myresearch I will develop an understanding of this personality disorder andconvince you the reader that my solution might be a viable solution.
I believe that people should be treated equally so in that case, we shouldn’t be afraid to judge certain people like crime suspects because of color, and that we shouldn’t defend people because of color too. Also, I think that people should see past skin color. If you don’t like some from a different ethnicity than yours, hate the person, not the
The concepts of how standards of objectivity apply to this scenario is standards may be objective based on facts or someone’s morals. My partner believes that what the suspect did was wrong, and I agree it was, but because objectivity is external when we believe something is morally or ethically wrong. The judgment we make we think is right if it complies with the standards of justice in the world. Most people hate child molesters more than any other type of criminal, it is common to see one being harassed or beaten because of it. Unfortunately my partner and the guys in the locker room are not looking at the situation objectively but subjectively, and doing what they think the suspect deserves.
If they don't approve of those people, they might harass them, steal from them, and even murder them. Hate crimes are always intentional it seems like, hate crimes may physically wound and may effectively intimidate other members of the victim's family or even community, leaving them feeling terrorized, isolated, vulnerable, and unprotected by the law. That is why the necessity for hate crime laws needs to be updated and improved to protect the people that have been affected by these terrible crimes. We cannot ban