Essay#3_CJ101

Essay#3_CJ101 - Garrett Mehlberg William Ewart Gladstond...

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Garrett Mehlberg William Ewart Gladstond once said, “Justice delayed is justice denied.” Although this quote can be interpreted in many different ways my opinion most likely falls in with the mainstream thought. The quote means exactly what it says, but in broader terms it says, when the court system or any other factor is causing a crime to go unpunished for any amount of time the person or people who deserve to be reprimanded or deserve closure and not getting the full privilege of a timely decision. The person or people who committed the crime are being denied their punishment at least for the time being. Also, the person or people that were harmed by this action are also not getting what they need to feel at peace with what has occurred. Agreeing or disagreeing with this quote can seem pretty black and white but rest assured, it is not. The side that agrees has many points, but the most important ones hold great weight. First, it can be agenizing not seeing the person who harmed your family sit and not
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course NOT 001 taught by Professor Notaprofessor during the Spring '08 term at N. Arizona.

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Essay#3_CJ101 - Garrett Mehlberg William Ewart Gladstond...

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