study guide crime and punishment

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6 point essays Discuss your position on the death penalty using effective examples from your notes. Discuss an opposing view and counter it. Discuss two intermediate sanctions and why they are effective and ineffective Short Answer Pick 4 out of 6 List three goals of the court system and explain. What is bail used for and list four reasons that go into consideration when debating whether or not they should give bail (Criminal history, severity of crime, etc.). Draw the picture she gave us of the courts.
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Unformatted text preview: List and describe the steps from arrest to arraignment (Cant remember the other two) Matching Williams v. Florida Ballew v. Georgia Johnson v. Louisiana Apodaca v. Oregon Birch v. Louisiana Taylor v. Louisiana Baston v. Kentucky Gregg v. Georgia There is a few more that I cannot remember but this is the majority of them Extra Credit 9 Supreme Court Justices: Breyer Ginsburg Thomas Sotomayor Kennedy Alito Jr. Roberts Scalia Ragan 5 Countries: Iran US Pakistan Yemen Saudi Arabia...
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Chapman during the Spring '11 term at Arcadia University.

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