More detailed studies are important to help answer the effectiveness of DTC to rehabilitate better than incarceration. This research will improve upon the other studies by attempting to solve their limitations. The idea of a third unknown variable resulting in a successful rehabilitation will be answered by continually surveying the 100 participants to the reason for their success. The limitation of not being made aware of an out of state arrest could be monitored by yearly checkups of the participants. The implication of proving that DTCs can better rehabilitate offenders than correctional facilities would revolutionize the judicial response to drug related crimes.
Another major point is that our justice system shows more sympathy for criminals than it does victims. DNA testing and other methods of modern crime scene science can now effectively eliminate almost all uncertainty as to a person's guilt or innocence. Prisoner parole or escapes can give criminals another chance to kill. This contributes to the problem of overpopulation in the prison system. Has one ever thought of the victim’s family when the whole court cases are going on?
Final Project: Improving The Criminal Court System CJS220 By: Savannah N. Hayes Date: January 17, 2010 When it comes the criminal court system, there are many aspects that do what they should and then there are a few items of the criminal court system that needs to be reanalyzed and corrected so that the criminal court system can function to the best of its ability. Making society the safest it can be from those who committed criminal activities that have become the greatest burden of society over the past few years. The three aspects of the criminal court system that needs to be reanalyzed and corrected to make criminal courts more effective would be corruption, plea bargaining, and parole. Due to the fact that over the years we
Gun Control There are new laws and regulations being made all the time in the United States. Politicians think that by making these new laws it will fix their current problems. This is the case right now with the problems they are having with gun control. There is another side to this as well, if well behaved citizens want to carry a concealed weapon they can and this could help prevent bad occurrences from happening. If the right people carry guns it would make for a safer community.
The professionals working in the criminal justice system needs to get more assistance and funds ensure the optimal use of DNA evidence reaches its full potential to solve crimes. These concepts might help pursue with the aim of reducing caseload immensely and provision is likely
There should also be an increased use of ADR in courts those tribunals for civil cases. ADR is a great way to solve civil cases not everyone has the money to go court so ADR is an option in civil cases. A problem that may affect the access of the legal system is the strict rules of evidence resulting in useful evidence being inadmissible. Evidence such as stolen evidence cannot be used in court it could be very useful in get to the bottom of a case but it inadmissible because it was stolen. There are also difficulties with witnesses giving evidence.
He or she was consistent throughout the article by describing what happens while captured under the watchful eye of a trafficker. Nevertheless the author could have provided more facts to strengthen the argument. Sex trafficking is increasing which means that the government is not doing enough about the issue. The government designed The Palermo Protocol, an international crime control cooperation treaty which also contains measures to protect trafficked people and prevent trafficking. If the author would have gave facts like mentioning the Palermo Protocol and examples of negative and positive results the article would have been much more effective in not only expanding on the claim but also being less bias and identical to other
It is very important to make the public aware of the new bill passed and the new doubled prison terms if convicted of armed robbery. If the bill were passed there would be the issue of financial responsibilities, which the innocent public would be responsible for. Doubling a prison term could be costly and one solution would be to seek some funding through fundraisers and grants from the state. The bill would costs the citizens but it would keep them at ease and at peace knowing that almost anyone would be discouraged of committing such a crime. We hope that this bill would have an impact on the would be criminals because not only would their sentence be longer but their chances at parole would be harder to
DNA is an impressive technology, and can solve crimes that traditional policing methods cannot; however mass DNA sampling does not work, in fact DNA sampling follows the laws of diminishing returns. In my the more DNA that is taken, the less useful it is, as the more likely it is that a false match is made. For example, if DNA is taken from a murder scene the DNA of the murder victim, the murderer, anybody who went to the scene will be there. If 100% of the population is on the DNA database, there is a 100% chance that, if there are 3 DNA samples at the murder scene, one will be a false match. First, violent crimes are often committed by people with a prior criminal history.
Alcohol and nicotine are narcotics as well and they are legitimated. Legalization would save manpower of police departments concentrating it on more grave crimes The other point is usually supported by specialists from law-enforcement machinery politicians, scientists, and the general public. The law of many countries makes provision for strict liability for taking drugs. For instance in Japan it is 10 years of prison, 3 years for soft drugs; in France it is 2