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Unformatted text preview: What are the key features of the Due Process Model? What are the key features of the Crime Control Model? What is the fundamental tension between the two models? 5) According to the Supreme Courts decision in Deshaney v. Winnebego , what duty does the state have to prevent criminal acts against citizens? Do you agree with the outcome in that case?-6) How can Foucault claim that the imprisonment is a more invidious form of political domination than public, bloody executions?-7) In the case of the Hockey Dads, the sons of the victim were able to address the court when it was time to pronounce sentence. Should the victims family been given a voice at this point in the proceeding? Why or why not? 8) According to Friedman, what circumstances prompted the federal government to take a greater role in criminal justice in the 20 th century?-New crimes because of technology. .violence in crimes,...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course LEGAL ST legal/soc taught by Professor Shoemaker during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.
- Spring '08