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Ethics and Justice 5
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A 5 page paper answering 3 questions, 2 of which address the apparent inequities of sentences relative to the crimes to which they are linked. Discussion includes theories of punishment; ethical behavior by correctional officers; and a speech by the governor of Connecticut supporting the state's death penalty. A 21-slide PowerPoint presentation on Connecticut prison statistics is available separately. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Ethics and Justice 5

Ethics and the Death Penalty: A Consideration of an Article by Leonard Pitts Jr.
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A 2 page examination of the objections to the death penalty voiced by author Leonard Pitts Jr. in the article “Fitting End to Death Penalty”. This paper approaches those objections from an ethical standpoint emphasizing that the death penalty is decided upon by the voters themselves who do so in consideration of the greater good. No additional sources are listed.
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Paper Title: Ethics and the Death Penalty: A Consideration of an Article by Leonard Pitts Jr.

Executions and Violence in Society
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This 5 page paper uses an article submitted by a student as a springboard for discussion. The death penalty debate is accentuated by the idea that violence begets violence. How an executioner feels and how the death penalty harms society are themes of this strong argument against capital punishment. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Executions and Violence in Society

Explanations for Criminal Behavior
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This 15 page paper presents the thesis that crime cannot be explained by social causes alone. Rather, a combination of tools is required for a thorough understanding of this deviant type of human behavior. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: Explanations for Criminal Behavior

Factors in Criminal Behavior
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A 6 page exploration of the many factors that influence criminal behavior. This paper is divided into three sections: Greatest Criminal Threat to the General Public, Environment and the Crime Rate, and Behavioral Theory and the Crime Rate. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Factors in Criminal Behavior

False Imprisonment
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This 4 page paper examines some of the concerns with the issue of false imprisonment, including the idea of remuneration from those wrongfully imprisoned. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: False Imprisonment

Female Correctional Officers Should be Used in Male Institutions (Prisons)
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In 5 pages, the author posits that female correctional officers should be used in male correctional institutions (prisons). "Should female correctional officers be used in male institutions (prisons)? The answer to this question is a resounding, 'Yes.' There are several reasons for this. 1). It is discriminatory to not use female officers in male institutions, because of Equal Opportunity under the law. 2). Female correctional officers have the same training as male officers. 3). There are fewer numbers of female correctional institutions; therefore restricting female corrections officers to female correctional institutions limits their ability to find a job. 4). Female corrections officers are able to communicate with male inmates on a different level than male officers are." Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PCfcomi.doc
Paper Title: Female Correctional Officers Should be Used in Male Institutions (Prisons)

Female Offenders: Mothers
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A 7 page paper which examines the female criminal offenders who are also mothers. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Female Offenders: Mothers

Fencing & Criminal Justice
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A 4 page paper that considers the comparison between fencing, or organized sword fighting, and elements of the criminal justice system. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Fencing & Criminal Justice

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Discussion in Relation to the Criminal Justice System
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This is a 7 page paper discussing fetal alcohol syndrome, its incidence, cost to society and relation in the criminal justice system. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE), Alcohol-Related Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ARND), Alcohol-Related Birth Defects (ARBD) and alcohol-exposed Static Encephalopathy (SE) are all terms for the defect which occurs to a child when his or her mother drinks alcohol during pregnancy. It is estimated that 1 in every 10 children born have some form of this disorder which can result in mild learning disabilities to major mental, physical and developmental disorders. Children with an alcohol related disorder may or may not have physical defects and because of this most go undetected at birth. Youths with FAS exhibit impulsive and anti-social behavior, lower IQs, attention deficit, emotional instability, impairment in judgment and little awareness or consequences of their behavior among many other factors; all of which can lead them into criminal behavior. As a result, over 55% of youths and adults with FAS have spent time in a criminal facility; a fact which many critics within the legal system state may go against some of the fundamental principles of the legal system in which people must understand the rules in society and understand that the rules must be obeyed. From another legal aspect, legal critics also argue that pregnant women who drink could be considered as committing child abuse; an argument which has led some states to impose involuntary treatment and confinement of drinking women during the course of a pregnancy in order to protect the unborn child. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Discussion in Relation to the Criminal Justice System

Field Training in Police Work / An Overview
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In 9 pages, the author discusses field training in police work. Field training is that training which is done to new police officers. They must be trained to become police officers. When a rookie officer joins the police force, he/she must have training that will assist him/her in becoming a knowledgeable and capable member of the law enforcement team. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: Field Training in Police Work / An Overview

Film Analysis / 'Dead Man Walking' / Portrayal Of The Criminal Justice System
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The portrayal of the criminal justice system in the film Dead Man Walking is discussed in this 6 page paper. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Film Analysis / 'Dead Man Walking' / Portrayal Of The Criminal Justice System

Film Review / "Murder in the First"
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4 pages in length. A thoughtful analysis of the film "Murder in the First." The writer describes the film in the context of being a commentary on the ails of our corrections system and the people who work in it. Torturous solitary confinement and other unfair punishments are examined. No Bibliography.
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Paper Title: Film Review / "Murder in the First"

For the Death Penalty
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A 10 page paper which takes that pro argument for the death penalty. The history of the death penalty is discussed as is the case of Timothy McVeigh. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: For the Death Penalty

Foreign Criminal Rights in the United States
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the argument of the rights of foreign criminals within the United States. International law provides for all prisoners to be treated with the same human rights worldwide and these rights must be maintained by all countries. In this sense, foreign criminals are to be allowed the same rights as American citizens who are criminals. Deportation of foreign criminals often leads to either the criminal not fulfilling the sentence for the crime or being deported into a country where human rights are violated and the criminal would face a more harsh sentence than consistent with the crime within the United States. If deportation is not a viable option for the fulfillment of the sentence then increased restrictions and security to prevent criminals and illegal immigrants from entering the country is now considered to be a priority. In either case, criminals who are foreigners and criminals who are citizens should be afforded the same rights under international law. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TJforcr1.rtf
Paper Title: Foreign Criminal Rights in the United States

Forensic Psychology
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A 10 page discussion of the history and evolution of forensic psychology. Details the arenas within which this discipline is active, emphasizing its importance in practically every aspect of law enforcement and the judicial process. Maintains that while the field has evolved to incorporate detailed criteria and procedures, there is a high probability of variation as to the opinion and recommendation of any two forensic psychologists. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: Forensic Psychology

Four Criminal Justice Questions
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3 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses if the criminal justice system effectively controls crime; how effective punishment is in controlling crime; why people commit crime; and how the writer would control crime. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLC4CrimQ.rtf
Paper Title: Four Criminal Justice Questions

Four Distinctions Between Law And Other Methods Of Social Control
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3 pages in length. The concept of social control has long been inextricably – if not erroneously - attached to the element of law, a dubious coupling made by people who neglect to consider how the four distinctions between law and other methods of social control are founded within the desire to erode an otherwise civilized society. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Four Distinctions Between Law And Other Methods Of Social Control

Four Questions In Criminal Law
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5 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses racketeering and money laundering, four components of the U.S. criminal justice system, community-oriented policing and constitutional protection of prisoner rights. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLC4QCrimLaw.rtf
Paper Title: Four Questions In Criminal Law

Gay Rights and Hate Crimes
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A 6 page discussion of the culturally unacceptable practice of homosexuality. Frankly addresses homosexuality as a deplorable manifestation of aberrant behavior and suggest that while hate crimes are reprehensible in themselves they are inspired by the apparently calculated attempt of the media to force our culture to accept homosexuality as normal behavior. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Gay Rights and Hate Crimes

Governor George Ryan’s Last Minute Commute of Death Sentences in Illinois: The Right of a Wrong or Just One More Aspect of Deeply Rooted Corruption?
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A 9 page overview of the corruption inherent in Ryan’s last minute decision to commute the death sentences of some of Illinois’ most contemptible criminals. The author approaches the death sentence from an ethical standpoint as being in the best interest of society as a whole. Despite the many improprieties which were demonstrated to exist in Illinois’ criminal justice system, Ryan’s decision to commute the death sentence of all death row inmates is inexcusable as he was elected to office by a public whose wishes were to instate and enforce capital punishment. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Governor George Ryan’s Last Minute Commute of Death Sentences in Illinois: The Right of a Wrong or Just One More Aspect of Deeply Rooted Corruption?

Gun Control / Why There Should be Standardized Laws Regarding the Purchase of Guns Across the United States
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In 8 pages, the author discusses why there should be standardized laws regarding the purchase of guns across the nation. Gun laws from state to state differ considerably. This causes a number of problems. In one state a weapon in a vehicle must be in plain sight, while in another, the weapon must be hidden. Some states have stricter gun laws than other states, which can make it very dangerous for travelers of stricter areas when commuting to those areas that almost everyone is permitted to carry a gun. Because of the discrepancies between state laws, gunrunning, or the illegal transportation of weapons from one state to another, is also a problem. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Paper Title: Gun Control / Why There Should be Standardized Laws Regarding the Purchase of Guns Across the United States

Harold Rothwax's 'Guilty - The Collapse Of Criminal Justice' / A Critical Review
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In 7 pages the writer reviews the book "Guilty: The Collapse of Criminal Justice" by Harold Rothwax while giving a reaction to views and conclusions given by Judge Rothwax about America's deteriorating criminal justice system. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: Harold Rothwax's 'Guilty - The Collapse Of Criminal Justice' / A Critical Review

Harsher Punishment Deters Crime
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A 7 page paper. The issue of harsher penalties for convicted criminals is a topic of heated debate in this country. This essay argues that harsher, tougher penalties deters crime. Statistical data are provided to support this argument. The comments from a number of sources who have also done studies regarding this issue are reported. The writer ends by discussing the two theories regarding the philosophy of punishment. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Harsher Punishment Deters Crime

Historical Development of Prisons
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A 6 page research paper that discusses the rise of the modern prison in the nineteenth century. David Garland, in his 1990 text Punishment and Modern Society, argues that the “’social meaning of punishment is badly understood’” and that a “’a pluralistic, multidimensional approach’” is required in order to fully comprehend the historical development of contemporary penal systems (Harcourt, 2007, p. 307). Therefore, this research explores the positions of various social theorists in order to gain a broad view of how and why prisons developed as the prevalent punishment strategy during the nineteenth century. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Historical Development of Prisons


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