The US prison system: How it fails
By: Roma Lightsey
The US prison system was purportedly designed to rehabilitate and reform criminals, allowing them to pay their debt to society, serve their time, and then return to society as a productive member. Unfortunately, the recidivism rate (the rate at which criminals repeat their previous actions)...
How people become criminals
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
People become criminals either out of necessity, laziness or greed, by breaking a legal edict, moral or religious law, or someone else's leg. There are, of course, the exceptions to the case, which involve people who are wrongfully convicted of a crime that they did...
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
A criminal is someone who has broken the laws of man, nature, religion or government while in a state of mind that they knew that they were doing wrong. A criminal, as defined by the stautes of criminal law, has been tried in a court...
How people become criminals
By: Betty Carew
The basic reasons how people become criminals are quite varied. We are not born criminals, so what changes us as we grow. The answer to this also varies as it can include our home environment, outside influences and certainly our needs. Let us explore what...
Criminal defined
By: Anelisa
A criminal is an adult who breaks the law in the society he or she is in. History shows that sometimes societies have laws which are not just so the line of being a criminal is not so clear. A just society has reasonable laws...
By: Blaize Shepherd
That person is just criminal. Have you ever heard that statement? Probably over a hundred times in your life. Everyone has their own opinion of what a criminal is or what a criminal actually does. Rarely do individuals look at their own actions and define...
The US prison system: How it fails
By: Jason Farr
I been to prison six times. The reason why the prison system fails is because rehabilation is left to the individual to decide if he wants it or not. Psychologically, I became comfortable with the ability to relax while in prison as apposed with dealing...
By: Kimberly Wells
What are values? I think most would agree it is a positive attribute to any personality. Value is earned and learned. It's never given and rarely taken for granted by those who have achieved it. It becomes a way of life. The value of life...
How people become criminals
By: Stephanie Eichenberg
How someone becomes a criminal is not as simple as learned behavior, peer pressure, or a product of one's surroundings or upbringing; it is a multi-layered, multi-faceted culmination of choices, values, and thoughts about one's desire to exist and interact within their own world. A...
By: Janet Grischy
A criminal is someone who has been found guilty of a crime. That much seems plain. Different states differ in their ideas of what crime is though. Actual prosecutions will vary along with the laws of different societies, at different times. Therefore, a country's laws...

 

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