It is difficult to hold prosecutors accountable for acts of misconduct. Since prosecutors are often viewed as the “good guys” by the public, many times unethical, as well as illegal acts will be tolerated by the courts and criminal justice system as a whole. Prosecutorial misconduct is considered any action taken by the prosecutor in a criminal case that is against the law and/or unethical. Prosecutorial evidence can be anything from harassing witnesses on the stand, pressing unfounded charges against defendants, tampering with evidence, withholding evidence, up to taking bribes. Prosecutors can sometimes get away with misconduct as it is extremely difficult to prove that misconduct had actually taken place.
If you believe a crime is about to be committed, you cannot make a citizen’s arrest; only if there has or is a crime being committed. Only the police have the power to arrest if they believe a crime is about to be committed. 2. You can only make a citizen’s arrest for an arrest able offence; the police can make any arrest. Most of UK citizens today don't make an arrest, however they should if there is violence involved, but the safest thing to do is to call for the police.
It could be argued it doesn't really help the patient; it just makes their behavior more acceptable to others. As well patient’s behavior may just be superficial. They might only produce desirable behavior knowing they’re going to receive a token. Showing that token economy isn't
There are definitely pros and cons for individual(s) being able to have a concealed weapon but in this case I am for people being able to carry a concealed weapon. Criminals are less likely to target a person if they know that person is armed. Second I don’t feel the government can 100 guarantees the safety of all of its citizens. Third reason why is criminals are going to carry a concealed weapon legal or not. So why shouldn’t law abiding citizens be able to do the same and be able to protect themselves.
What are the problems with non-interrogatory forms of evidence? Choose two forms of non-interrogatory evidence to discuss. Having enough evidence is key in charging, prosecution and finally conviction of criminals, unfortunately most cases result in the police needing and wanting more evidence. Due to insufficient evidence the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) will not be pursued cases further, even if the police believe they have the right suspect. However there are other types of evidence collection apart from that of questioning, which falls under the title of non-interrogatory forms of evidence such as surveillance and scientific evidence.
It is easy to argue that people who are doing no wrong have nothing to fear from being filmed but that ignores the fact that people ought to have the right to go about their business without being constantly monitored by the authorities. It might be said that the right to privacy is not as important as improvements in public safety that CCTV brings, but the sad fact is it does not increase public
Others may think the exclusionary rule should not be used to enforce the Fourth Amendment. They feel at times it is necessary for the exclusionary rule to not be used. I can understand their position because they are looking at putting the accused defendant behind bars and make sure they are punished to the fullest. At times without the exclusionary rule, the case in court can succeed and get the result the prosecution and maybe even what the public want. Sometimes people feel the defendant has too many rights and has more benefits, which could help them get away with criminal activity.
Even though the accused are thought to be evil they like everyone else have constitutional rights before they are arrested. A crime is defined as “a wrong against society or the public interest” (Davenport, 2009, p. 38). Most of society thinks of a crime as breaking any law that was put into place to protect the people by people and the government. There are many different
Which seems nearly impossible. Everyone with a history of a criminal record should be prohibited from owning a gun no matter what the crime is. I feel like it’s fair and even though everyone’s criminal record might not be as bad as someone else’s I still think it would be for the best. I still highly doubt that doing a background check on people would reduce the violence because getting a gun these days is very easy. People can literally get them from anywhere.
While verbal communication can be prepared and even practiced, non verbal communication is usually involuntary. Non verbal communication, also known as, body language can be very telling of what the speaker actually means to say, or how the speaker feels about what is being said no matter how hard it is tried to be concealed. Public speaking is an inevitable duty of those working in the criminal justice field. When some crimes are committed, the media can latch on to the story and not let go. The media has been known to work side by side in helping the police departments, but it has also been known to work against those in law enforcement.