2011-08-07_224632_three_models(1)

2011-08-07_224632_three_models(1) - The three models of the...

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The three models of the criminal just process are deterrence, retribution, and incapacitation. These are all similar in that they are dealing with how to prevent crime from happening. “Deterrence, incapacitation, and rehabilitation are all arguments that look to the consequences of punishment” (Cliffsnotes.com, n.d., para. 5). The difference between them is the way they go about trying to prevent crime from occurring. With deterrence, the system is trying to stop someone from committing a crime in the first place because they do not want to have the punishment that is required when committing such a crime. For instance, individuals that support the death penalty believe that it is a deterrent for committing heinous crimes, such as murder. With the deterrence theory, the system is trying to prevent any crimes from happening in the first place by setting examples of the sentences given to those that have been convicted of these crimes. In retribution, the justice system takes almost a biblical approach in that they believe that
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