Running head: DRINKING COWS MILK
Drinking Cows Milk
DRINKING COWS MILK
The topic I have selected of drinking cows milk is very controversial. People that agree
that one should not drink cow milk will talk about the ne
(1) What is the purpose of the charge to the jury?
- During the charge to jury, the judge will summarize the points of law explained to
them during the trial and instruct them on their function as jurors. Also, the judge wi
CHAPTER 1-4 REVIEW QUESTIONS:
Chapter 1 review questions:
2. Define common law guidelines for conduct. (Set of unwritten regulations and customs that
acted as guide lines in settling disputes. Determine the inheritance
Running head: WRITING PROJECT I PART I
Writing Project I Part I
WRITING PROJECT I PART I
Writing Project I Part I
In regards to our final paper, I have narrowed my topics down to two that I am most
interested in. Th
Integumentary, Urinary, and Reproductive
Module 1: Lab 2
Removing Sutures or Staples in Wound
Remove sutures or staples using proper sterile technique as ordered by the
Demonstrate professional and appr
US & NV Constitution
Chapters 6-8, Summarization
Chapter 6: The Early Comstock and Statehood
Nevada was impacted greatly as a result of the Civil War. Prior to that, the Comstock
Lode was discovered as a new territory. In early N
Chapter 1 Throughout this chapter Ive have read that criminal law is the foundation of the
criminal justice system. It also explains why criminal law even exist in the first place. Criminal
law insures that people wont harm each other. It also insures peo
Rational choice theory: the view that crime is a function of a decision-making process in which
the potential offender weighs the potential costs and benefits of an illegal act.
Classical criminology: a theory of crime suggesting, that criminal behavior i
The writing process part 1
1a) A trip to the ocean can be relaxing escape from the everyday pressures of life.
1b) You should always be careful to avoid overexposure to the sun at the beach.
1. What the Nevada state motto and why was it chosen?
The Nevada state motto is all for our country.
2. When did Nevada become a state?
(On March 2, 1861).
3. How much of the state of Nevada is owned by the Federal Government?
They own 74
What was the first prison designed to house sentenced offenders in the United States?
Walnut Street Jail
Which step does not occur during the formal revocation of parole?
trial by jury
This is sometimes referred to as "com
Who has become a central focus of crime control policy?
Social learning theory states that people _.
learn to be aggressive through their life experiences
According to the biological/psychological perspect
Chapter 8 Notes
The roots of critical criminology can be traced to the political economic vision created by
philosopher Karl Marx who believed that modern capitalism had turned workers into
dehumanized mass who lived an existenc
The majority of murderers use _ to commit their murder.
The view of crime suggesting that the social and economic roles of women in society controls their crime
rates is termed
liberal feminist theory.
Chapter 4 Notes
Community Corrections- those criminal sanctions that involve community supervision of
offenders, make use of correctional and program resources available in the community,
and require offenders to abide by speci
Chapter 1 Notes
Corrections is an interesting term to use to describe the punishment of offenders for the
crimes they committed.
Penology- the study of the use of punishment for criminal acts.
Penitentiary- the term first used to des
MODULE 5 EXAM RETAKE ANSWERS
Fred is a 20-year-old who lives in a large metropolitan city. He graduated high school but
decided that he would get a job immediately following high school instead of going to college.
Biosocial research has found that abnormal levels of male sex hormones, known as _, do in
fact produce aggressive behavior.
In adoption studies, which of the following strongly predicted a childs criminal behavior?
Chapter 7 Notes
Socialized- the process of acquiring social norms, values, behavior, and skills through
interaction with significant others such as parents, peers, and teachers.
Social Process Theory- the view that criminality
What is a legislative authorization to provide a specific range of punishment for a specific crime?
This eighteenth-century theorist is recognized as the founder of the Classical School of criminology.
Chapter 5 Notes
Trait theory- The view that criminality is a product of abnormal biological or
Sociobiology- The view that human behavior is motivated by inborn
biological urges to survive and preserve t
In presumptive sentencing, what do mitigating circumstances indicate to a judge?
Reasons for leniency.
What is a pledge of money or property in exchange for a promise to return for further criminal
Chapter 6 Notes
Stratified society- people grouped according to economic or social class;
characterized by the unequal distribution of wealth, power, and prestige.
Social class- segment of the population whose members are at
Crime is _ because criminals will react selectively to the characteristics of an individual criminal
The "high" or the excitement/exhilaration of successfully executing illegal activities in dangerous
Which best describes typical jail inmates?
Previous incarceration history
Which is not a reason for the increase in jail population?
Which is not one of the three most important reasons for effective jail cla
Which theory focuses on the urban conditions, such as high unemployment and school dropout rates, to
social disorganization theory
_ are segments of the population whose members have a relatively similar portion of des
Running head: Death in the system
Death in the Criminal Justice System
The dead cannot cry out for justice. It is a duty of the living to do so for them.
Lois McMaster Bujold Death is part of life and plays a factor in the world we live. In
Running head: Anarchy
Anarchy is a state of disorder due to absence or no recognition of authority. This word does not
to total violence, but it can lead to violence. It means when people want to do what they want
even if it goes against au
COPPS is a community policing is a policing philosophy that promotes and supports
organizational strategies to address the causes and reduce the fear of crime and social disorder
through problem-solving tactics and community-police pa
Running head: UNITED STATES V LALL MOCK COURTROOM LAB
United States V Lall mock courtroom lab
29 March 2017
UNITED STATES V LALL MOCK COURTROOM LAB
Summary of case:
Lalls home was a target of a home invasion.