- The New York Times vs Sullivan Case
The New York Times v Sullivan case of 1964 was one of the landmark rulings that raised the bar regarding the way defamation cases filed by aggrieved parties against media.
- DNA Evidence - Criminology
In this era, the most substantial evidence according to many people is DNA testing. People believe this is the only evidence that cannot be tampered.
- Aristotle and Relationships at Work
Aristotle wrote on civic friendship from different perspectives because it forms a big part of people’s life, personal relationships, as well as their relationship with the state.
- Gay Marriage and the U.S Supreme Court
The same-sex marriages created implications regarding procedural elements in the American criminal justice system due to the tax matter that formed the basis.
- The New Justice of Society
The concept of justice has always been one of the most disputable issues because of its flexible character and outstanding dependence on the dominant class and its value system.
- Justice and Gender: Sex Discrimination and the Law
This essay will seek to explore topic of sex-based disadvantage by taking an analytical look at how the law reflects, reinforces or challenges this constant pattern of inequality.
- Criminal Justice: Qualitative and Quantitative Researches
Criminal justice research methods are complicated by the nature of the problem under investigation. Twenty research sources were identified.
- Criminal Acts and Justice in the United States
Race does not significantly affect the probability of committing criminal acts. Socio-economic factors are majorly responsible for crime prevalence in certain communities.
- Public Policy of Crime and Criminal Justice
It is safe to say that wrongful convictions are directly dependent on the attitudes of police officers and their probable misconduct.
- Criminal Justice System Fundamental Principles
Criminal procedures ensure that searches and seizures are reasonable so that individual rights were not infringed by law enforcers during the criminal justice process.
- Penal System Change: Rehabilitating, Not Punishing
In this article, the journalist highlights the issue of rehabilitating and claims that it must become a part and parcel of the modern U.S. justice system.
- Equal Protection Clause and DNA Evidence Use
Although separate of the Equal Protection Clause and DNA influence on the criminal justice and social justice systems is obvious, the way they are interconnected is way bigger.
- Human Security & Rights in Global Peace Context
The relationship between the rise of human security and the rise of human rights plays an important role in the creation of safe international and interpersonal relations.
- Juveniles’ Competence and Procedural Rights in Juvenile Court
This paper presents the analysis of a juvenile justice case. The defender’s duty is to protect the rights of the boy who stole a car, drove it without a license, and crashed it into a storefront.
- Criminal Justice System in the United States
This paper will focus on exploring the dual court system as well as the key philosophies of judging when it comes to dealing with criminal cases of different severity.
- Criminal Justice System: Racial Disparities and Inequality
The paper shows that racism and discrimination are acute problems of the American criminal justice system. It is certainly inhumane to make people suffer because of their race or ethnicity.
- Facebook as a Platform for Social Justice
Many researchers have dedicated their studies to investigate the issue of whether Facebook should or should not be regarded as an appropriate platform for social justice.
- The US Constitution's Influence on the Criminal Justice System
The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land and the guide for all criminal law processes within the judicial system.
- A Criminal Justice Integration Project
This paper seeks to develop a criminal justice integration project that involves an analysis of major components of the criminal justice system.
- Human Rights. International Court of Justice
The United Nations has formulated a charter by which The International Court of Justice was legally recognized. The International Court of Justice settles legal problems of the UN.
- Criminal Justice System in USA.
Criminal law is a division of law that elucidates crimes, describes about their nature and defines available punishment for a criminal offense.
- Supreme Court and the Federal Court System
The US Supreme Court is the highest court on the land charged with the responsibility of interpreting important questions about the constitution.
- The Juvenile Justice System in the U.S.
The society took initiative in creating policies and techniques to control and penalize the problematic children. Conceivably one of the most severe improvements included the curing of serious child criminal.
- Democracy Enhancement in Criminal Law and Procedure
This dissertation shall look at the issues that surround plea bargaining and to what extend is it effective in the delivery of justice to society.
- Social Justice, Feminism and Well-Being
The main two concepts the authors deal with in their study are praxis and well-being. The first one is the tool for defining, developing and implementing the second one.
- Gender Issues in Criminal Justice
There is available research to indicate that there are gender biases within the criminal justice system. Transsexual people are more vulnerable to violence and discrimination.
- Plato and Kant’s Understanding of Justice
The difference between Plato’s and Kant’s approaches is evident indeed; however, it fulfills a true meaning of justice and explains its significance to people.
- The Supreme Court of the U.S
This work describes the history of the formation of the US Supreme Court, its basic legislative framework and the current court format.
- How Necessary a Juvenile Justice System?
Even though the juvenile justice system in the US has been in place for more than 100 years, questions about its necessity can still be heard among experts and enthusiasts.
- Why the Plea Bargain Process Should Be Changed?
The plea bargain is the process where the court, represented by the prosecutor arrives to an agreement with the defendant.
- Socrates and Thrasymachus Views on Justice in Plato’s Republic
In Plato’s Republic, an animated discussion of justice is held between Socrates and Thrasymachus, both of them having their viewpoints on that account.
- War on Drugs: Implication on the Criminal Justice System
This paper is going to look at the implications of war on drugs on the criminal justice system, in the past, present, and in the future.
- Issues in Comparative Criminal Justice
The criminal justice system of Italy has not succeeded in eliminating the Cosa Nostra because the mafia has never been as strong as it is at the moment in Italy.
- Issues in Comparative Criminal Justice
Many nations have over time developed different ways of ensuring that they have a better way of compensating the victims of crime.
- The Role of Youth Conferences in the Criminal Justice System
This paper describes youth conferences as one way it is used to distract young offenders from the traditional criminal justice system.
- Crime Theories and Countermeasures
This discussion explores the various theories that try to explain crime, the factors that lead to criminality, and the measures that should be employed to mitigate highlighted.
- Case Management in Juvenile Justice
In juvenile justice, case management provides the support that each juvenile requires to maximize their opportunities to choose positive alternatives to offending behavior.
- Criminal Justice System. Controls in Criminal Law
Criminal justice is a broad term that encompasses different aspects of justice in crime. It is society’s instrument in maintaining social control.
- Juvenile Justice Systems and Processes
This paper gives an analysis of the juvenile and adult courts giving insights into the similarities and differences between them, the aspects of the juvenile justice system.
- Criminal Justice System Levels
Every kind of crime consists of a certain element whose existence should be proved by the government for a conviction to be given by a court of law.
- What Justice Means
Justice is quite an elusive term, for example, justice could imply different things to different individuals within the same society.
- Disparity in Criminal Justice System With Sentencing
In the paper, some variants of eliminating the causes of discrimination are going to be considered. A goal of criminal sanctions is to decrease the likelihood of the accident occurring.
- Australian Practices and Japanese Practices of Justice System
This paper compares and contrasts the Australian practices of the criminal justice system with the Japanese practices of the criminal justice system.
- Retributive Justice: The Case of Julio Blanco Garcia
It is possible to consider a case of a murderer to see that retributive justice is justified in certain cases. Thus, the paper reviews the case of Julio Blanco Garcia.
- Separation of Powers in Criminal Justice System to Safeguard Suspects’ Rights
Division of powers between the institutions is an important feature of the criminal justice system in democratic societies.
- Criminal Law: Gun Control Overview
The paper addresses the issue of mental health concerning gun control. The current gun control regulations may suffer drastic changes.
- Leadership in the Criminal Justice Organization
In a criminal justice organization, the charismatic leader would be employed in situations that require enthusiasm, especially in rallying support for a certain cause.
- Antonin Scalia, an Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court
Scalia was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1986 to 2016, his career life began at an international law firm located in Cleveland.
- The Concept of Justice According to Socrates and Augustine
This paper seeks to describe justice according to Socrates and Augustine, famous philosophers whose works have been used in formulating contemporary theories of justice.
- Juvenile Delinquency: Punishment and Sentencing
The paper discusses punishment philosophies associated with the juvenile courts' process, sanctions involved, legal factors of sentencing, and the appeal process.
- Media’s Influence on the Criminal - Justice System
The perception that criminal-justice-themed shows created among viewers has negative effects on the functioning of the criminal-justice system.
- Public Policy to Enact Social Change: Legalization of Marijuana
The proposal in this work is for marijuana to be legalized rather than be prohibited as an alternative public policy towards its regulation.
- Why Do Juveniles Join Street Gangs and Commit Criminal Acts?
This article discusses the history of youth street gangs, the influence on the modern gang, the types of crimes gangs commit, the motivation, and the relation to drugs and alcohol.
- Crime Prevention: Key Programs that Can Prevent the Spread of Detrimental Activities of Criminal Gangs
The report has evaluated fundamental aspects of illegal activities based on research data from various states in the US.
- Components of Criminal Justice System: Law Enforcement
This study concentrates on the system of criminal justice in the United States of America as it has the best system of study in the world.
- Criminal Justice Trends Evaluation
The criminal justices trends have changed over time. The changes have been influenced by various factors that affect society.
- Search and Seizure Under Criminal Justice System
The main focus of the study is the legal perspective of law enforcement agencies’ powers of search and seizure under criminal justice systems.
- Overrepresentation of Aboriginal People in Crime
Why are the Aboriginal people suspected of so much crime given the basis of their history, describes the Bond theory relating it to the topic.
- Literature Review on Juvenile Delinquency
Family factors can also be blamed for juvenile delinquency. This includes poor parental care that results to poor emotional, psychological and physical development of the child.
- The Criminal Justice System: Racial Inequalities
This research paper will discuss causes and impacts of racial inequalities in the Criminal Justice System to the society.
- Management of Criminal Justice Agencies
Police leaders can take several actions to limit the number of job actions by uniformed officers. They can assess the environment and decide on a course of action to be implemented.
- The Incorporation of the Jury Within the Justice System
In this role, the practice of involving a jury in court and different views on the appropriateness of its functioning in the framework of legal proceedings are discussed.
- Cultural Diversity in Criminal Justice System
The research proposal demonstrates the role race plays in the criminal justice system and helps to understand issues of cultural diversity that majorities may be familiar with.
- Criminal Justice System: Fair or Efficient
The purpose of this article is to critically assess whether it is possible to have a criminal justice system that is both fair and efficient.
- Ethical Leadership in Criminal Justice
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the importance of ethical leadership in criminal justice and review the traits, which are the most important to an ethical leader.
- Effectiveness of Prison Substance Abuse Treatment
The criminals with drug abuse related problems who are released from prisons without undergoing proper treatment and counseling continue abusing drugs as soon as they are set free.
- Criminal System: The Right to Counsel and Ethics of Defending Criminals
The right of counsel is meant to protect the accused from an unfair trial. It is guaranteed by the 6th Amendment to the US Constitution.
- Significance of Parole and Probation in the U.S. Criminal Justice System
Parole and probation are types of sentencing that are used in the United States. Parole involves the release of an offender before serving their full sentence in jail.
- Is Hamlet’s Revenge Justified?
In the play “Hamlet”, the main character considers answering back for his father’s death committed by his uncle, King Claudius, a usurper of the throne.
- Juvenile Justice and Adult Criminal Justice Systems
This paper focuses on the similarities and differences between juvenile justice organizations and the adult criminal justice system.
- The U.S. Penal System and Alternative Correctional Programs
The current correctional system in the United States has various programs for offenders and provides them with ample opportunities to reenter society.
- Juvenile Justice System and Practices in the US
This work will compare juvenile justice to that of adults and explain how the policing, court, and especially correction systems will handle the youths and affect their lives.
- Researching of Juvenile Incarceration System
There is no minimum age for criminal responsibility on a general basis; in others, such commitment begins at 10, 12, or 13 years.
- The Due Process vs. the Crime Control Model in the US
Although crime control might seem like a faster and more effective solution at first glance, it is vital to understand the need for fairness.