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Papers On Criminal Justice, Corrections & Police Issues
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Capital Punishment: How Americans See It
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This 5 page paper looks at why Americans support the death penalty. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Capital Punishment: Morally Acceptable And Effective Crime Deterrent
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12 pages in length. The debate over capital punishment is perhaps one of the most vehemently fought social, ethical and political disputes raging as strongly today as it has in decades past. The extent to which no definitive decision exists whereby capital punishment is deemed either right or wrong is both grand and far-reaching; that biblical advocacy and proven deterrence help to shift the benefit of this much contested action in the pro directions speaks to two issues that justify its usage. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Capital Punishment: Overview
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A 5 page paper which presents a general overview of capital punishment in the United States. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Capital Punishment: Overview And Opposition
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8 pages in length. From drugs to kidnapping and self-defense to first-degree murder, virtually no felon is free of the potential verdict of the death sentence. White-collar crime is just as vulnerable to a decision for capital punishment as is one who bludgeons his victim with his bare hands. The severity of the crime is not so much in the trail of blood left behind as it is in the overall aftermath. Inasmuch as capital punishment is such an intensely explosive issue, supporters and opponents alike do their best to persuade the opposition of their viewpoint. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Capitalism, Victimization, and the Criminal Justice System: The Ethical Implications of Allowing Criminals to Profit From Their Crimes
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A 3 page observation that capitalism can be linked to victimization and the criminal justice system in a number of diverse ways. One of the most disturbing of these, however, is the contemporary trend of criminals capitalizing on their crimes after their conviction and imprisonment by making book and movie deals or even producing art or song lyrics. The author explores the ethical implications of this situation. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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