Part i 1 crime is a social constitution explain and

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Part I:1.“Crime is a social constitution”. Explain and discuss.A crime is an act or omission that violates the lawand is punishable by a sentence of incarceration.2.What are the best ways to prevent and control crime? Explain your answer in detail.14
Part II:3.The Federal court system has three courts that hear criminal cases. Explain the jurisdiction of the threeFederal courts. How are the nine Justices selected for the highest court and how long do they serve?
Part III:4.Racial and ethnic minorities, especially Blacks, Hispanics, and American Indians, are over-representedat every stage of the Criminal Justice system in the U.S. Without making the obvious argument aboutracial/ethnic bias/prejudice, explain this general phenomenon. Blacks, Hispanics and American Indiansare groups that are in the lower class. Throughout history these groups have been known to do work forothers. Now that things have changed, such as slavery, these groups are living in slums, ghettos, andprojects. These areas are mostly high crime areas; therefore, these ethnic groups are overrepresented atevery stage of the CJ system.5.The following statement is False: “The juvenile justice system is a ‘baby” version of the adult criminaljustice system.”Juveniles are not prosecuted for committing crimes, but rather delinquent acts. Juvenilesdon't have a right to a public trial by jury. For a juvenile charged with a crime, the trial portion of thecase involves a judge hearing evidence and ruling on whether or not the minor is delinquent.In theadult system, the goal is to punish. In the juvenile system, on the other hand, the goal is to rehabilitateand serve the minor's best interest.DIRECTIONS: Answer any 6 of the following 11 questions.1.What are the three major roles of the following court personnel?

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