Do you think those convicted of serious crimes can learn to be responsible, law-abiding citizens?
Explain your answer.)Yes and no. Yes, because I think that those convicted of serious crimes can
learn to be responsible because sometimes the causes of c
What is the difference between ethics and law? Ethics are based on how a person makes a decision right
Law is a rule that everybody has to follow, if they are broken there are consequences.
How have the ideas in the Founding Documents,
What role did Enlightenment ideas play in the development of the United States? Give at least two
examples to support your answer.)The Enlightenment pushed forth the ideas of democracy and
religious tolerance. Many of the USs early leaders read books b
Write a brief summary (one paragraph each of 3-5 sentences) of the New Jersey v.
T.L.O. and Vernonia v. Acton cases.) In the case of New Jersey v T.L.O., a ninth grade student was
caught smoking in school which violated school rules. Although the stude
There are a number of ethical arguments regarding the enforcement of laws. Choose ONE of the
following topics for your milestone project.
Trying minors as adults in criminal courts
Answer the following questions to work through an ethical decision-making
I think it is unfair for someone to be tried in both civil and criminal court because although they
are getting punished either way the Constitution clearly states that "nor shall any person be
subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of
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