Most serious form of punishment used when there is a

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most serious form of punishmentused when there is a serious threatalso referred to as “imprisonment”d) Rehabilitation“the attempt to change an individual by promoting law-abiding behaviour”Are lenient sentencesBased on moral principles: abused, dysfunctional homes, less opportunitiesVariable: motivation to changeAlternatives to imprisonment8. Write a brief essay explaining, comparing, and contrasting the crime control model and the due process model ofcriminal justice. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each model? How do the Charter and court decisionsattempt to strike a balance between individual rights and the public interest? Please use examples to illustrate youranswer.
9. Write a brief essay discussion the Ontario Mental Health Act in reference to the following:a) Voluntary (informal) and involuntary (formal admission)
b) Police powers to apprehend and transport a person with a mental disorder (Sec. 17)
c) Legal safeguards within the Act to protect the rights of mental patients.
oConsent must not be obtained by misrepresentation of fraud10. Write a brief essay discussing the use of the criminal law to regulate the use and sale of illicit drugs with respect tothe following:

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Term
Fall
Professor
FrancesChapman
Tags
criminal law, Torts

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