Saturday, 29 March 2014

CJA 354 Week 4 Discussion Questions

Discussion Question 1.

Public order crimes, public-order offenses, or crimes against the public order, include offenses such as fighting, breach of peace, disorderly conduct, vagrancy, loitering, unlawful assembly, public intoxication, obstructing public passage, and (illegally) carrying weapons.
Please respond to the following questions:
• How do public order crimes differ from other types of crime, as defined by the criminal justice system?
• How can we improve the ways in which the criminal justice system helps to decrease the number of public order crimes?

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Discussion Discussion 2.

Morals offenses denote a category of unlawful conduct that was criminalized originally to protect the family and related social institutions. This category includes lewdness, indecency, sodomy, and other sex-related offenses, such as seduction, fornication, adultery, bigamy, pornography, obscenity, cohabitation, and prostitution (Schmalleger, Hall, & Dolatowski, 2010).
Respond to the following question:
Define lewdness and explain how the criminal justice system can more effectively combat prostitution, obscenity, and lewdness?

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Discussion Question 3.

According to Schmalleger, Hall, and Dolatowski (2010), another class of social-order offense consists of crimes against the administration of government. Offenses in this category include treason, misprision of treason, rebellion, criminal syndicalism, espionage, sedition, perjury, subornation of perjury, criminal contempt, obstruction of justice, resisting arrest, escape, misconduct in office, and bribery.
Respond to the following:
How do crimes against government affect the administration of justice?
What distinctions can be made about crimes against administration or government and the concern of domestic terrorism?
What is the relationship between federal and state anti-drug legislation and asset forfeiture?

To check out the complete answer click CJA 354 Week 4 DQ 3

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