Unformatted text preview: b. Prediction of future dangerousness c. Use of professionals (within the trials) 6. The Rejection of Legalisms a. No right to minimal standards of treatment b. Due process protections work against protection of society 7. Purpose & Justification for Treatment-Punishment (Punishment viewed as treatment) a. To protect society from dangerous behavior b. To help cure offender if possible (Rehabilitation or Incapacitation ) 8. Individual Treatment-Punishment (Individual cure , not general fairness through proportionality) 9. Nature of Treatment-Punishment a. Scope : can go beyond individual offender to the source of the problem b. Forms : of treatment are unlimited (can lead to social engineering or repression)...
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- Winter '09
- Social Engineering, future dangerousness, dangerous conduct Medical, Control Harmful Behavior, disease�a social pathology