terrorism

Name InstitutionCourse Date Immigrants Victims of Domestic Violence Immigrants to the United States constitute a mind boggling and assorted populace of ethnic and national gatherings with fluctuated foundations. A few immigrants have fled troublesome circumstances in their nations of origin while others have been drawn by monetary open doors. In the decade somewhere around 1990 and 2000 there was sensational development in movement among particular populaces, Little consideration has been paid to immigrant ladies who are battered. While no particular assessments exist on their numbers, the issues they face are not just those that influence battered ladies who are nationals, additionally...

Felony disenfranchisement

Felony Disenfranchisement and Good-Time Release Name Institution Date PART A Felony Disenfranchisement Laws barring felons from voting originated from the practice of ‘civil death.’ This law, brought to the United States by the English colonists, was a set of penalties for criminals that included losing the right to vote in any election. Initially, the law only restricted to people whose offenses were considered as an outrageous violation of the moral code. However, following the American Revolution, more states began to expand the penalty to involve all felonies. Currently, forty-eight states do not allow inmates of felony offenses to cast their votes. Thirty-five states bar inmates...

Criminal Law

Police Reforms in the Criminal Justice System Name Institution Police Reforms in the Criminal Justice SystemThe United States of America is the most racially diverse nation in the world. One expects that the economic gains are equally shared across society; however, some segments of American communities are marginalized. One aspect of the marginalization is in the criminal justice system where persons of color are treated disparately. This has fostered mistrust of the criminal justice system impeding efforts to promote public safety. The police are the first contact of the criminal justice system, and they are mandated to make an arrest for anyone suspected of wrongdoing. Yet, American policing...

investigations

Criminal Law Name: Institution: Course: Date due: Criminal Law In this case, the subject-suspect status is that the two of them had been together, and they had even agreed to have sex. It is, therefore, difficult to identify which one of them was wrong since there is no evidence that the suspect acted against the wishes of the subject. The fact that the subject refuses to go to the hospital also raises alarm since all she wants is for the suspect to be arrested. The questioning applies to civil court cases. That is because the case involves a private dispute between two people (Gudjonsson, 2003). I believe that I have the discretion to decide whether the suspect is to be arrested or not....