Opium: The War on Drugs
1. Has the War on Drugs been a success? Explain your answer.
2. Why is it so difficult to end this war? Explain your answer.
University of Miami Law Review
The American Death Penalty: Constitutional
Regulation as the Distinctive Feature of
468 U.S. 576, *; 104 S. Ct. 3227, *;
82 L. Ed. 2d 438, *; 1984 U.S. LEXIS 145
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BLOCK, SHERIFF OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, ET AL. v.
RUTHERFORD ET AL.
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
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Cavanaugh - CJ 4307 1st Exam 10-14-15
1) One of the most important cases discussed in the first few chapters of our textbook is
Turner v. Safley (1987). Briefly summarize the facts behind the case, the opinion of the
court, the test
GEORGIA V. RANDOLPH, 547 U.S. 103 (2006)
FACTS: On July 6th, police responded to a complaint by Janet Randolph, wife of respondent,
Scott. She alleged that respondent had taken there son in a custody disagreement over their
CJ 4307 Readings for 8-31-15 (Chapter 1)
Marbury v. Madison , 5 U.S. 137 (1803)
Cooper v. Pate, 378 U.S. 546 (1964)
Pennsylvania Department of Corrections et al. v. Yeskey, 524 U.S. 206 (1998)
Briefs should be typed in twelve point font and a minimum of three pages in length. The
students brief should represent his or her own work and should not be a collaborative effort.
Any form of cheating will result in an automatic failure for the brief an
IN THIS ISSUE:
IN DANGER? pg. 3
AMBER ALERT IN
INDIAN COUNTRY pg. 4
AMBER ALERT ON THE
FRONT LINES: OHIO pg. 6
INTERNATIONAL pg. 7
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W H AT S I N T H I S I S S U E O F
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Post your answers in the Discussion Section by Noon, October 19.
Moyers and Company: How Big Banks Victimize Our Democracy-With Government's Help.then
answer the following questions
1. Does the United States Government allow banks to get away with crime?
1. Why is the relationship between the media and the police so strained?
It is often adversarial as the media and law enforcement often have objectives which are
in conflict. This is because police must protect the integrity of their information while
Running head: IS DRUG INTERDICTION WORKING? EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWER.
Is drug interdiction working? Explain your answer. Post your answer in the Discussion
Section by Noon, October 21.
David M Kuntschik
University of Houston Downtown CJ 3303
Based on the inc
What is the consequences of treating juveniles as adults in the Criminal Justice System? Explain
Well, Alex Kotlowitz states that 20% of children live in poverty and more than likely because of
this, they have witnessed more terror than a maj
Criminal Justice 3303
Final Exam Questions
1. The primary focus of the United States drug control policy is supply reduction; what mythical
assumption is this based upon? What is the reality?
2. Can intensive, street level enforcement, control the drug pr
Is Cocaine an addictive drug?
Explain your answer.
Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance on a continuous basis. A
strict medical definition describes physical addiction, as when the body adapts to the
presence of a drug s
Answer each question as completely as possible; remember, this is an essay exam and the more
complete you answer each question, the more correct your answer will be.
1. There is a rich history of research and literature on the use of propag
When News Coverage Goes too Far
Answer the following Questions.
1. Did the media really start a war? Explain.
Yes, the media started the Spanish-American War in Cuba. USS Maine, a U.S. Navy war
ship, sank in Havana Harbor in February 1898 and William Rand
My only intent was for the former probationer to complete his GED to minimize the risk of
him reoffending. Do I as a probation officer not have the duty to rehabilitate? Under ethical
formalism, Kant believed moral worth comes from doing ones duty. The go
CRIME CONTROL IN A CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY
In a constitutional democracy:
a. the majority could authorize the police to arrest an individual based on the hunch
he or she committed a crime.
b. the majority has total power to
If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external
nor internal controls on government would be necessary. ( ) You must first enable the government to
control the governed; and in the next place, oblige it
The trend today in balancing results and means in criminal justice:
a has shifted away from process to
b is equally poised between process
(means) and results.
c is impossible to determine because
the Supreme Court has not made it
orie a biological. p ychological, and so
troduce the classical and contemporary statemer:_
~ry. Ch apter 3 surveys early and recent biological the- _
= :al theories are surveyed in Chapter 4. The remaining
.h m ajor sociological theories of ciime. Social
P.: Interactional Theory
Contributors: Sung Joon Jang
Editors: Francis T. Cullen & Pamela Wilcox
Book Title: Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory
Chapter Title: "Thornberry, Terence P.: Interactio
CJ 3301 Exam 2 Review
Exam 2 will be open from Oct. 11 through Oct.17. It covers Chapters 4, 5, 12, 6, 7; the Agnew
"General strain theory" BB reading; the Messner and Rosenfeld BB reading; and lecture materials.
There are two parts to the exam. Part 1 co
October 02, 2016
Chapter 3 Study Questions
1) Explain how Plato and Aristotle associated status with justice.
Justice is something that philosophers have studied since the concept originated. Defined
R u nn i n g He a d: MAR X
Shenaedra Tatum Hopper
November 05, 2016
M AR X
M AR X
Karl Marx believed that private property is the source of all social ills and evils in the
society. Private property contributes to the emergence