Crime as a family occupation
By: Joseph Malek
There are two kinds of family crime. One kind is that group of people who we all know as "The Mafia." That other group of crime committing families is, in fact, a direct blood related family.Then again, there are many areas within our...
How people become criminals
By: Tamaal Ghosh
Criminals - Design A Delinquent.The sensation-seeking media's identikit of criminals highlight perceived laziness, fecklessness, self-induced poverty and addictons, and vulnerability to violence (as perpetrator and victim) - a cartoon cornucopia of incompetece. After the mass media, need to pander to well-heeled advertising paymasters, not...
By: Kimberly Wells
The US prison system is basically warehouses stuffed with what we know to be law breakers, criminals. A mixture of bad and worse intertwining with little supervision. Little funding available for programs to help in the rehabilitation of the criminals housed. The thought of what...
By: Kimberly Wells
To explain the cost of crime could be comparable to explaining the effect drugs and alcohol have on the community as a whole. None of us will ever truly know it all. The magnitude is so large, however, we can explain to the best of...
Crime: Shared responsibility vs individual responsibility
By: Jerry Curtis
Does society at large bear some responsibility for the damage and misery caused by crime? Or should we hold the individual criminal solely responsible? What does the term "responsibility" entail anyway? In attacking the problem of crime, what balance between shared and personal responsibility should...
By: Jerry Curtis
Values are linked to crime in the sense that values are nothing more than society's judgment of what is "good" and what is "evil." Whoever violates society's values is punished in some way. If that violation is considered egregiously harmful to society, (or a...
By: Kimberly Wells
Beginning with the Gambino family and ending with the Smiths down the street, a very large book could be written on this topic. There are huge differences in crime and violations between the two yet one obvious similarity. As a family, crime is their occupation...
What is a criminal?
By: Tara Rijon
The definition of a criminal may differ from how society sees it and how the law perceives it. While having been cheated on by that unkindly ex-husband might be a violation of moral laws, criminal law is a whole different matter. In short, a criminal...
By: Brittany Murrietta
The United States lawmaking process has been progressing since the Revolutionary War (1775-1783) when it was derived from the English Common Law System. From this, our brave founding fathers molded common law into the foundation of the United States, which is known today as the...
By: Kimberly Wells
Imagine if you will living in a space the size of an average 3 bedroom home with 50 other people all doors locked and no windows. These people are not your relatives or your friends. In fact, some of these people you normally wouldn't even...

 

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