Samples "Criminal"

Criminal

One of the central promises of Trump’s election campaign was the promise to build the huge wall on the US-Mexican border. This wall was used as the major symbol of the tightening of the immigration policy. Upon winning the elections, Trump decided not to put off his promises indefinitely but...

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Particularly in light of the immigration crises that resulted from the executive orders passed by President Trump soon after his inauguration, immigration has become one of the most contentious issues within the United States in the current era. One reason for this may lie in the fact that illegal immigration...

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In criminal justice, one refers to fingerprint analysis when it comes to the collection of patent and latent prints of an individual. Namely, fingerprint analysis and selection shall be distinguished between the two above-mentioned types. While referring to a collection of patent prints, the scientific method applies to photographing prints...

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An act of domestic violence in New Jersey occur every 7.29 minutes. The shocking statistics have prompted the government to take strict measures to protect the victims of domestic violence (Jose & Novaco, 2016). The various forms of domestic violence in New Jersey are not based on gender. One of...

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The positivist school of the criminology asserts that scientific objectivity should play a measuring role in the assessment of the criminal behavior. In other words, the scientific knowledge is the critical area for shaping the criminal assessments. In criminology, the positivist approach demonstrated a scientifically proven link between the lower...

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The main purpose of the article by Stogner and Gibson published in 2010 is to investigate the assumption that health may be perceived as a strain in the general strain theory developed to explain the causes of crime and delinquent behaviors. The authors lay stress on poor health as the...

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Baron and Hartnagel make an attempt to use the classic strain theory as a tool for explaining delinquency, such as drug use and property and committing violent crimes. The article was published in 2002 by authors with the sociological background. Still, the fact that the article was published more than...

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After reading the Fraud Magazine article about Tony Menendez, what seems most striking is the disparity that exists between the legal recognition that unlawful business practices are negative and damaging, and the lack of legal support and protection for the individuals who seek to expose and combat such practices. Tony...

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1. The investigative process of a homicide is quite involved. Given the seriousness of the crime, the complexity of the criminal trial to follow, and the need of society to find the person who committed the crime, police investigators are put in the difficult position of having to be quite...

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