Essay on Vitamins

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Associate Level Material
Appendix D

The Justice Systems

System Comparison Matrix

Copy and paste the characteristics of the juvenile justice system and the adult justice systems into their respective columns. Place the characteristics that are relative to both the juvenile and adult systems into the column labeled “Both”.

* Individuals arrested have the right to receive Miranda warnings. * The purpose of the procedures is to punish the guilty. * Individuals on trial have the constitutional right to a jury trial. * Court jurisdiction is determined by age. * Individuals have the right to counsel. * Individuals on trial do not have a right to a jury trial. * There is the ability to negotiate and plea
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In a 200- to 300-word response, address the main points for and against the two controversial issues.
Juveniles who commit serious capital crimes under the age of 16 should be eligible for the death penalty. At this age 16 year olds, now right from wrong. And choose to commit a crime. At times, they think that at this age, they can get away with crimes, to being a juvenile, but this should not be the case. They are responsible for their own actions, and should be punish to the max of the state’s allowance. If the crime was in self-defense, then it should be consider in trying going with the death penalty. Everyone has the right or is entitle to defend themselves if they are in danger or their family is in danger. I also believe in the death penalty, because they hurt the victim and the victim’s family, if they killed someone, not only they hurt themselves and their family, but the victim’s as well. They did not consider the pain and suffering of others, so why should they be relieved from the death penalty. These programs have good benefits but can come with some problems. These programs perform ways to prevent delinquencies, make graduated sanctions, help current programs to improve, and develop teen courts and other things that help young people. These programs aim to help at-risk children and teens who are seen as more likely to commit crimes or participate in other problematic

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