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a)Question Twoa) b) What are some ways to measure the social costs of the harm caused by murder?Question Three

When statutes prescribe the exact punishment for each crime, the judge's discretionary power decreases and the prosecutor's increases. Predict how this change might affect the charges made against arrested persons.

b) Explain in words when efficiency requires severe punishments with low probability, and when efficiency requires mild punishments with high probability.

How does full employment reduce the cost of deterring crime?

a) Compare the simple economic goals of criminal law and tort law.

b) Why should the law punish a person more severely for committing the same crime deliberately rather than spontaneously?

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