Tom Robinson was found guilty of raping Mayella. Jem is furious and begins to cry. “It was Jem’s turn to cry. His face was streaked with angry tears as we made our way through the cheerful crowd. ‘It ain’t right,’ he muttered.” This quotation from just after the trial shows how Jem has grown up, he is furious with the jury’s verdict.
The student will analyze critical thinking in regard to ethics and professional behavior. The student will direct a training seminar for law enforcement officers in ethical conduct. In addition the student will address the benefits for training of law enforcement officers and the community (Writing, 1999). ETHICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION ANALYSIS Ethics and Professional Behavior in Administration Ethics and professional behaviors in consideration to law enforcement, is important for officers to adhere to the code of ethics that adhere to the organizations in the criminal justice administration. In society the criminal justice administration carries’ the impeccable influence of ethics and professional behaviors in society.
Ethics is particularly important for those who are in a position of power and prominence, as these individuals have the greatest influence on society. A code of ethics can be thought of as a moral compass that helps one decide how to act in critical moments. Members of the criminal justice system make extremely critical decisions every day and their choices have a profound effect on lives. It is therefore imperative that these men and women do what is right and are free of biases. Judges, officers, agents, lawyers and correctional staff have to make decisions about how to proceed with the detainment and punishment of criminals.
This is critical to be a good export witness. This shows that a person has experience in the field and is qualified to do the necessary forensic work that can be used as an expert witness. I think it is invaluable to have a thorough knowledge of subject matter and tools. The investigator must understand the kind of potential evidence they sought and analyzed, and understand the tools they used to gather and preserve evidence. In a court case it is important to be able to describe your process and the tools used in the process.
Erez, Roeger & Morgan (1994) discuss the importance of victim input inside the justice system. They disclose that victim participation allows for the victim to give their side of the story, showing the prosecutors that there is a person with interest in the resolution of the case. On the other hand impact statements can affect the outcome for offenders (Wevodau, Cramer, Kehn & Clark 2014).
Each member of the group is upset, and most members are brought together for disciplinary action. An uneasy situation exists from the beginning. Bender, the criminal, is the last to join the group, and he enters the room with a display of power by disrupting the order of their desks. By doing this, he sets the stage for conflict and competition. The principal represents the intergroup conflict because he is also upset, and immediately establishes his power and authority by his harsh opening statements.
The ability to accomplish a given tasks, build relationships and support decisions depend on the ability to express the basis for that position and justify the decision making process. The ethical awareness most closely aligned with me was obligation which relates well with criminal justice in that you must be obligated to your job and your team. Obligation has many aspects that are helpful to the field of criminal justice because there is a bond among officers that you are obliged to follow. In the world of criminal justice obligation is needed to do the job right and follow the rules. The conflicts that are found in the everyday world is in need of open minded, diverse people.
From the beginning of the play, there is a building of tension amplified by the use of stage direction and music. This continues throughout and culminates in the final scene when the audience feels the sense of loss experienced by all the characters and empathises with Blanche's plight. The first thing one notices when reading Scene 11 is Williams' use of descriptive and metaphorical language to underline the tension between the protagonists, Stanley and Blanche. The description of Blanche's "tragic radiance in her red satin robe" alludes to her loss of innocence at Stanley's hands in Scene 10. In the 1940’s it would have been totally unacceptable to describe rape explicitly.
Because the overall objective of Restorative justice is to involve all stakeholders, it requires the assumption that crimes or violations are committed against real individuals, rather than against the state. It serves as an advocate’s restitution to the victim by the offender rather than retribution by the state against the offender. Instead of continuing and escalating the cycle of violence, it tries to restore relationships and stop the violence. Victims’ respond to this as a need because it helps them feel what they want to feel most and that’s safe. Some of the most important components a victim needs and desires are to feel safe, to have support and most importantly to have a voice.
They must defend them to the best of their ability and look out for what is best for them… Prosecuting attorneys' clients are usually the people of a specific city or country. Prosecutors are ethically responsible to find justice in a more conventional sense, and therefore serve to protect their area of practice from dangerous criminals. THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM 6 Administration of