|Comparative Criminal Justice : More than 5 pages
collective information (notes, not a formatted paper) on (1) the
criminal justice system in India and (2) the criminal justice
system in Turkey. Comparative criminal justice. No
Criminal Justice : A 5 page essay discussing
the important role that computers play in criminal justice
education and careers. Examples of how the F.B.I. cracks down
on organized crime through the use of computers are provided.
Bibliography lists 3 outside sources. Complaw.wps
Corrections / Essays : 5 pages worth of
discussing various issues in corrections, relevant sociological
theory, and goals. For the most part, the writer is examining the
fact that criminal behavior is not the result of random instinctive
causes. No Bibliography. Correcti.wps
The Crime Bill Act : A 9 page discussion of the
Bill Act and whether or not it was effective through 1996. Good
paper for those studying criminal justice or political science.
Bibliography lists 8 sources. Crimebil.wps
The Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act :
A 7 page research paper on President Clintons landmark
anti-crime bill, signed in the waning days of his first term. It
discusses the effects the political changeover in Congress had
on the fate of his bill, and examines the impact the bill had
during its first years. Bibliography lists five sources.
Hate Crimes : This 8
page paper explores the existence hate
crimes and provides possible solutions. Various
socio-psychological and legal ramifications are examined.
Bibliography lists 8 sources. Hatrcr.wps
Hate Crimes # 2 : In 17 pages the author presents
overview of hate crimes. Many people would argue that there is
a hate crime epidemic in the United States. In fact, they would
consider it to be of epidemic proportions. Those that oppose
crimes of hate also oppose other prejudices. Hate crime is
criminal behavior that is motivated by racial, religious, ethnic,
gender, sexual preference, or any other type of prejudice.
Bibliography lists 15 sources. Hatcr4.wps
Should Hate be a Crime ? : A 9 page argumentative
pertaining to "hate crimes" and whether or not enhanced
criminal penalties should exist for those who commit them.
Used as a constant reference is the relevant Supreme Court
Case of R.A.V. vs. St. Paul and various tenets of the First
Amendment. The writer concludes that free speech must be
protected at virtually any cost in the U.S. even if it means that
hate speech and "hate crimes" will continue to cost lives.
Gay Rights and Hate Crimes : A 6 page discussion of
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
Constitutional Protection : In June of 1990,
Russell and Laura
Jones of St. Paul, Minnesota found a cross burning in their yard.
Two adolescents were charged; one plead guilty, the other was
found guilty of a St. Paul "hate speech" ordinance which
specifically makes bias-motivated cross burning a crime. The
case was eventually appealed all the way to the U.S. Supreme
court. This 5 page paper describes the themes and findings, the
controversial issues and different perspectives of that case as an
example of the argument that the Constitution does not protect
the average American from harm. The bibliography lists 4
Hate Crimes & The Landmark Case Of Wisconsin vs.
Mitchell : This 10 page paper analyzes the controversial case of
Wisconsin vs. Mitchell -- over a state statute which allowed
longer sentences for people convicted of violating existing laws
if they chose their victim because of race, religion, disability or
sexual orientation. The writer analyzes the actual crimes as it
was committed, the facts of the case, and litigation as it
occurred at every level. Views of the American Civil Liberties
Union and other organizations are expressed. Relevant legal and
sociopolitical analysis follows. Bibliography lists 5 sources.