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Quiz 6 Don’t Forget your Name 1. T or F, There are over 2 million individuals imprisoned in the United States 2. T or F, Police Officers are trained to take leg shots to incapacitate victims 3. How many grams of crack result in a mandatory minimum sentence of 5 years? a. 1 gram b. 5 grams c. 10 grams d. 500 grams 4. What is the definition of Police Brutality? a. Force that is more than required and intended to cause physical harm b. Any force that is more than would be required to handle a situation c. Handcuffing a suspect d. Unnecessarily beating a suspect 5. Which of the following offenses would be most associated with zero- tolerance policing? a. Corporate Crime b. Organized Crime c. Panhandling d. Car Theft
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Crime Victimization and the Death Penalty Write down the following questions: 1. Should Alfonso Rodriguez be put to death? If yes, what purpose does the execution serve? If no, explain your reasoning. 2. What rights do you think the victim’s family deserve? 3. Could the crime have been prevented, if so, how? 4. Does the victim’s appearance or gender matter for punishment?
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An attractive 22-year-old University of North Dakota student, Dru Sjodin, left her job at the Columbia Mall in Grand Forks, North Dakota at 4 p.m. Nov. 22, 2003 and was never seen alive again. She was talking with her boyfriend on her cell phone when she said "Oh my god." Her
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