Some of the current sources of stress for the criminal justice professional are, long hours and not enough family time with loved ones. I do believe that the agencies provide adequate assistance with managing occupational stressors; they are just not explored and used enough by the individuals that need them. I believe the politics of corruption exists within the field of criminal justice. I say that because it seems that if you are wealthy strings can be pulled for you and u can afford the best lawyers, and u could be guilty but you will get off because you or your family are well off. On the other hand there that middle class of poor that knows nothing about the system or doesn’t have the resources to get a good lawyer they are screwed completely ruin your life and affecting some people around you.
Imagery plays an enormous part in society, as within society, imagery is everything. Shallowness, rather than depth and substance, will always be the order of the day in today's society. However much we try to obey the laws of society, and the pressures that society can bring, there is a certain inevitability about it all. People are miserable, gray, tired, and worn. They are sick of the mounting pressures put upon them; sick of working long hours for little pay, sick of obeying the law when the law is nowhere to be seen for them when they may need it the most.
Although the rich is being blamed for this tax reform, The Cato Institute’s Edwards say the main loopholes on the individual tax code are actually middle class benefits. Middle class lacks the knowledge of knowing when tax breaks are beneficial to them. The mortgage interest deduction and the exclusion for health care insurance are two benefits for the middle class, but the wealthy folk hire lawyers and accountants to get around, to benefit excessively from these tax code
Moreover it seemed that the “Penal Code” was not respected or enforced hardly enough, because it was too harsh, it carried too many death penalties, and some of the laws were very old and were usually overlapping each other. Also Juries often acquitted those who were blatantly guilty because they felt that the crime did not deserve death. Besides Local prisons were often filthy and inhumane. Prisoners were often unpaid therefore likely to try and extort money from inmates. So then Law reforms were made in 1826.
Besides state and federal regulations new companies are developed with new policies making it much harder for just anyone to open up a facility. Not only do they need to be approve but adding employees whether physicians or assistants must be an attractions to keep any other competition on the low. Due to so many restrictions helps keep the opposition on the low side. In the health care filed the bargaining power of buyers is also very narrow and restricted. The economy has no control over humanity, the reason for this will be since diseases, illness and injuries occur during any giving time.
Recently growth has been restricted, due in part to recent fines from state and government agencies for poorly kept records for both clients and employees. Recently APremium has not been able to respond to the staffing demands of the newer clients in remote regions, their employee lists have become overwhelming and very difficult to filter through in time to be useful in responding to staffing deficiencies on short notice. The field staff has been complaining that payroll is always late and many of the skilled laborers are threatening to leave. APremium is seeking another contract with a very delicate group of clients who require premium care and attention to code. This contract can increase their business by 75%.
Even though Jacob Riis was poor prior to this, Jacob believed the the poor were powerless in society and that he had the power to help them by using this his journalistic skills to communicate this to the public. He wasn’t very sympathetic towards the poor. He constantly argued that the "poor were the victims rather than the makers of their fate" (spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk). Jacob Riis says that the poor are so powerless in society that they don’t even have control over their own fate, they are victims of it. When he got more and more involved with the tribune during these times as a police reporter, Riis worked and wrote about the some of the most dangerous slums of the city.
The city revolved around a “survival of the fittest” manner and would chew you up only to spit you back out for another beating if you didn’t comply. The unfair techniques politicians used to scam elections made it close to impossible for the weak to gain any strength. So the days carried on for the immigrants, who mainly worked in factories. Low pay kept the people on a tight working schedule and made it tough to live. The conditions were so bad many people ended up unable to work due to sickness or death from either the meat or exhaustion.
(Popular Misconceptions About the Death Penalty, n.d.). One of the reasons that cause these mistakes is the poor representation in courts (Facts & Figures, n.d). Lot of people who are trialed for the capital punishment cannot pay for their own lawyers and governments have to appoint lawyers for them. In many instances, the appointed lawyers are underpaid and lack the necessary experience for the capital punishment cases. This results in poor representation of convicted people in courts and unfair verdicts.
Marisol Pantoja PS502-01: Ethics and Standards of Professional Psychology Kaplan University Professor: Debra Evans-Rhodes In the Criminal Justice field there is a major concern with people lying and stealing on the job. Having to be around a lot of different situations many people would assume that because you are in the legal field you should know your guidelines and standards. Most people do not fall into stealing because it’s a need some people do it because they are full of greed. People in the law enforcement agency you would assume that they are financially set. Starting a new job you are not aware of what is going on with the department.