Unit 9 Discussion 1 - Criminal Research ENG1100 Unit 9...

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Criminal Research ENG1100 Unit 9 Discussion 1 Capella University March 13, 2016 Jared Remy case: Are the courts listening concerning victim advocacy?
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This research paper paints an overall picture of how money, drugs, and violence are being dealt with today in the judicial system and how the contemporary concerns about the so called “service-user’ participation dampens the improving courtroom services that can be put into real and lasting effect. Over the past two decades, the misuse and misfortunes that surround today’s popularity powers of money, drugs, and violence is research that through time has come of age. As the undisputed evidence surrounded the well-funded Jared Remy case and its replications, much of the energy in this court arena was directed at his father’s notoriety, police operations and court processing options. Researchers have made significant progress in clarifying the issues surrounding the complex dynamics of mandatory arrest and treatment policies. But in this research, it brings to the remembrance of the many cases where to courts lens, the interpretation of the law, and psychological perspectives were all challenged as the world watch a product of an America. At the same time, insightful qualitative research has attempted to explain the perspectives of the Jared Remy case and victims who live out these often misunderstood violent domestic relationships. Perhaps there is a need for research that will use an approach that places events like those in the Remy case in the context of explaining how power, poverty, learned helplessness and gendered roles have an effect on judicial rulings. However, the degree to which these “truths” are generalizable beyond our immediate cultural and social venues is best explained perhaps with a comparative or fair investigation. For the past two decades, the America judicial system has been filling the seats of the courtrooms with victims or victors. Whether they are in its county jails or superior correctional prisons, many of the perople with his or her super human egos crave for greed, power and acts of murder (Kleck and Gertz 1995; 1998). Even the sports and athletic greats physiologically believe that he or she is better than the person that is standing in front of the objective they want to attain. As a result, the gratifications of the successful quest they achieve on the field result in violence or murder when they fail outside of the arenas.
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