Critical Thinking Week 5

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2 Critical Thinking Q1 The Supreme Court has a greater obligation to protect the rights of victims than those of criminals . A1, Categorical Statement Q2 It is clear to every intelligent person that the Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, protection against cruel and unusual punishment, does not bar the use of victim impact statements . A2, Bandwagon, Categorical statement. Q3, Victim reforms will destroy the constitutional rights of the accused. A3, Categorical Statement Q4, The conservative, prejudiced Supreme Court judges are too stupid to recognize the rights of the accused . A4, Personal Attack Q5, Every decent lawyer believes the harm a victim suffered because of a defendant should be considered when determining punishment. A5, Categorical Statement Q6, Victims have absolutely no rights at all. A6, Categorical Statement Q7, Everyone agrees that victim reforms are false promises made by legislators seeking to please voters worried about crime. A7, Bandwagon
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