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Ethical Dilemmas and decisions in Criminal Justice
Why study ethics?#1
Why study ethics?#2
Why study ethics?#3
Why study ethics?#4
What is the right thing to do
All of us are judge and others are judge others behavior
The profession and its decision affect peoples lives
Just because something is legal doesn't mean its right
Why study ethics?#1
What is the right thing to do
Why study ethics?#2
All of us are judge and others are judge others behavior
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Ethical Dilemmas in Criminal Justice: chapter 5
4 elements of Klockars (1984)
community policing
discretion
public servants
authority, power, persuasion, force
model of law enforcement create partnership with the communit…
two or more choices
Professional who are paid by the public and whose job entail…
4 elements of Klockars (1984)
authority, power, persuasion, force
community policing
model of law enforcement create partnership with the communit…
25 terms
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Chp. 2
act utilitarianism
cultural relativism
deontological ethical system
egoism
the type of utilitarianism that determines goodness of a part…
the idea that many values and behaviors differ from culture t…
the study of duty or moral obligation emphasizing the intent…
the ethical system that claims that good results from pursuin…
act utilitarianism
the type of utilitarianism that determines goodness of a part…
cultural relativism
the idea that many values and behaviors differ from culture t…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Chp. 1
actus reus
age of reason
applied ethics
discretion
the physical act that is defined as the crime
the legal age at which a person is said to have the capacity…
the study of ethics applied to a specific profession or subject
the power to make a decision or choice
actus reus
the physical act that is defined as the crime
age of reason
the legal age at which a person is said to have the capacity…
45 terms
Ethical Dilemmas in the Criminal Justice System Chapter 2
ethical system
Baelz
Virtue
Types of virtue
1. system of principles must be consistent... 2. must be consist…
ethical system is:... 1. prescriptive... 2. authoritative... 3. logica…
ethical system based on character. idea that to be good, must…
intellectual ... moral
ethical system
1. system of principles must be consistent... 2. must be consist…
Baelz
ethical system is:... 1. prescriptive... 2. authoritative... 3. logica…
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Ethical Dilemmas: criminal justice ch.3-4
utilitarian justice
The goals of community reparative boar…
Which of the following is not a charac…
Which of the following is not an aspec…
The type of justice that looks to the greatest good for all a…
provide an opportunity for the victim and offender to reach a…
loss of motor function
freedom from government interference
utilitarian justice
The type of justice that looks to the greatest good for all a…
The goals of community reparative boar…
provide an opportunity for the victim and offender to reach a…
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Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions in Criminal Justice CH. 5
Authority
blue curtain of secrecy
code of silence
community policing
Uquestionable entitlement to be obeyed that comes from fulfil…
another name for the code of silence or the practice of polic…
the practice of officers to not come forward when they are aw…
Model of Law Enforcement that creates partnerships with the c…
Authority
Uquestionable entitlement to be obeyed that comes from fulfil…
blue curtain of secrecy
another name for the code of silence or the practice of polic…
31 terms
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Chp. 1
actus reus
age of reason
applied ethics
discretion
the physical act that is defined as the crime
the legal age at which a person is said to have the capacity…
the study of ethics applied to a specific profession or subject
the power to make a decision or choice
actus reus
the physical act that is defined as the crime
age of reason
the legal age at which a person is said to have the capacity…
31 terms
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Chp. 1
actus reus
age of reason
applied ethics
discretion
the physical act that is defined as the crime
the legal age at which a person is said to have the capacity…
the study of ethics applied to a specific profession or subject
the power to make a decision or choice
actus reus
the physical act that is defined as the crime
age of reason
the legal age at which a person is said to have the capacity…
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Ethical Dilemmas in the Criminal Justice System Chapter 2
ethical system
Virtue
Types of virtue
aristotle
1. system of principles must be consistent... 2. must be consist…
ethical system based on character. idea that to be good, must…
intellectual ... moral
person not good or evil but learn through training and role m…
ethical system
1. system of principles must be consistent... 2. must be consist…
Virtue
ethical system based on character. idea that to be good, must…
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Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions In Criminal Justice 7th edition
punishment
Treatment
Treatment Ethic
Retribution
unplesantness or pain administered by one in lawful authority…
anything used to induce , behavioral change with the goal of…
The idea that all criminal acts are symptons of underlying pa…
a rationale for punishment that states that punishment is an…
punishment
unplesantness or pain administered by one in lawful authority…
Treatment
anything used to induce , behavioral change with the goal of…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Chp. 1
actus reus
age of reason
applied ethics
discretion
the physical act that is defined as the crime
the legal age at which a person is said to have the capacity…
the study of ethics applied to a specific profession or subject
the power to make a decision or choice
actus reus
the physical act that is defined as the crime
age of reason
the legal age at which a person is said to have the capacity…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Chp. 2
act utilitarianism
cultural relativism
deontological ethical system
egoism
the type of utilitarianism that determines goodness of a part…
the idea that many values and behaviors differ from culture t…
the study of duty or moral obligation emphasizing the intent…
the ethical system that claims that good results from pursuin…
act utilitarianism
the type of utilitarianism that determines goodness of a part…
cultural relativism
the idea that many values and behaviors differ from culture t…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Module 2
Why the perception of Ethics in the US…
Recognition Tests
what are the 3 components that form th…
Modeling
We have eliminated many teaching ethics opportunities... The com…
Paper and pencil test that measure an individual's ability to…
structured event knowledge, social perceptual and functional…
Learning theory concept that people learn behaviors, values a…
Why the perception of Ethics in the US…
We have eliminated many teaching ethics opportunities... The com…
Recognition Tests
Paper and pencil test that measure an individual's ability to…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, Chp. 9
blue curtain of secrecy
civilian review/complaint model
code of silence
Dirty Harry problem
another name for the code of silence
an outside agency or board that includes citizens and monitor…
the practice of officers to not come forward when they are aw…
the question of whether police should use immoral means to re…
blue curtain of secrecy
another name for the code of silence
civilian review/complaint model
an outside agency or board that includes citizens and monitor…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Module 3 (7-8)
What are the three types of police cor…
Police Crimes
Police Corruption
Abuse of Power
Police Corruption... Abuse of Power ... Police Crimes
Where officers use their position to commit crimes or commit…
Officer uses his position by act or omission to obtain improp…
actions where officers physically injure a citizen or offend…
What are the three types of police cor…
Police Corruption... Abuse of Power ... Police Crimes
Police Crimes
Where officers use their position to commit crimes or commit…
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Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions In Criminal Justice Chap 12 vocab
Correctional officer
Reciprocity
Human service officer
"tune-ups"
The term that replaced the old label of gaurd, indicating a n…
Sykes's term denoting the situation in which officers become…
The corrections officer who percieves the role to include inf…
"Lessons" taught to inmates by texas prison gaurds that invol…
Correctional officer
The term that replaced the old label of gaurd, indicating a n…
Reciprocity
Sykes's term denoting the situation in which officers become…
15 terms
Ethical Dilemmas & Decisons In Criminal Justice POLLOCK EDITION 7
Justice
Rectificatory Justice or Commutative J…
Distributive Justice
Veil of Ignorance
The wuality of being impartial, fair and just from the latin…
concerns buisness deals where unfair adavantage or undeserved…
concerns what measurement should be used to allocate society'…
Rawls idea that people will develop fair principles of distri…
Justice
The wuality of being impartial, fair and just from the latin…
Rectificatory Justice or Commutative J…
concerns buisness deals where unfair adavantage or undeserved…
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Ethical Dilemmas in Criminal Justice (Pollock, 2014): Final Review
according to walsh, moral outrage is a…
________is concerned with punishments…
_________justice is concerned with the…
_________theories start with the basic…
evolutionary response
corrective justice
distributive
egalitarian
according to walsh, moral outrage is a…
evolutionary response
________is concerned with punishments…
corrective justice
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ethical dilemmas and decisions in the criminal justice system- Chapter 3
lucas
walsh
characteristics of justice
plato
believed justice is a right not a privilege. concerns rights…
believed justice is is emotional rather than rational and is…
fairness... equality... impartiality
believed justice consists of maintaining the societal status…
lucas
believed justice is a right not a privilege. concerns rights…
walsh
believed justice is is emotional rather than rational and is…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice Module 3 (7-8)
What are the three types of police cor…
Police Crimes
Police Corruption
Abuse of Power
Police Corruption... Abuse of Power ... Police Crimes
Where officers use their position to commit crimes or commit…
Officer uses his position by act or omission to obtain improp…
actions where officers physically injure a citizen or offend…
What are the three types of police cor…
Police Corruption... Abuse of Power ... Police Crimes
Police Crimes
Where officers use their position to commit crimes or commit…
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Chapter 4 Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice work sheet
Some biological theorists believe that…
Correctional programs have been shown…
The brain releases oxtocin in settings…
According to learning theory, moral be…
True
True
False, trust and generosity
False
Some biological theorists believe that…
True
Correctional programs have been shown…
True
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Chapter 5 worksheet for ethical dilemmas and decisions in criminal justice
The crime control paradigm of policing…
Cohen and Feldberg believe that the ju…
The public service paradigm of policin…
One problem critics have with the law…
False
False-not natural law is comes from social contract
False
True
The crime control paradigm of policing…
False
Cohen and Feldberg believe that the ju…
False-not natural law is comes from social contract
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Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions in Criminal Justice 8th Edition Chapter 11
Punishment
Treatment
Treatment Ethic
Retribution
Unpleasantness or pain administered by one in lawful authorit…
Anything used to induce behavioral change with the goal of el…
The idea that all criminal acts are symptoms of an underlying…
A rationale for punishment that states punishment is an end i…
Punishment
Unpleasantness or pain administered by one in lawful authorit…
Treatment
Anything used to induce behavioral change with the goal of el…
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ethical dilemmas in the Criminal Justice System chapter 1 terms
discretion
wholesight
morals
ethics
the authority to make a decision between 2 or more choices
exploring issues with ones heart and mind
principles of right and wrong
determining good and evil and defining moral buties
discretion
the authority to make a decision between 2 or more choices
wholesight
exploring issues with ones heart and mind
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Ethical Dilemmas & Decisons In Criminal Justice POLLOCK EDITION 7
Justice
Rectificatory Justice or Commutative J…
Distributive Justice
Veil of Ignorance
The wuality of being impartial, fair and just from the latin…
concerns buisness deals where unfair adavantage or undeserved…
concerns what measurement should be used to allocate society'…
Rawls idea that people will develop fair principles of distri…
Justice
The wuality of being impartial, fair and just from the latin…
Rectificatory Justice or Commutative J…
concerns buisness deals where unfair adavantage or undeserved…
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Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions In Criminal Justice Ch.11 review
Punishment
Treatment
Treatment Ethic
Retribution
Upleasantness or pain administered by one in lawful authority…
Anything used to induce , behavioral change with the goal of…
The idea that all criminal acts are symptons of underlying pa…
A rationale for punishment that states that punishment is an…
Punishment
Upleasantness or pain administered by one in lawful authority…
Treatment
Anything used to induce , behavioral change with the goal of…
9 terms
Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions In Criminal Justice Chap 12 vocab
Correctional officer
Reciprocity
Human service officer
"tune-ups"
The term that replaced the old label of guard, indicating a n…
Sykes's term denoting the situation in which officers become…
The corrections officer who perceives the role to include inf…
"Lessons" taught to inmates by Texas prison guards that invol…
Correctional officer
The term that replaced the old label of guard, indicating a n…
Reciprocity
Sykes's term denoting the situation in which officers become…
32 terms
ethical dilemmas in the Criminal Justice System chapter 1 terms
discretion
wholesight
morals
ethics
the authority to make a decision between 2 or more choices
exploring issues with ones heart and mind
principles of right and wrong
determining good and evil and defining moral buties
discretion
the authority to make a decision between 2 or more choices
wholesight
exploring issues with ones heart and mind
8 terms
Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions In Criminal Justice Chap 12 vocab
Correctional officer
Reciprocity
Human service officer
"tune-ups"
The term that replaced the old label of gaurd, indicating a n…
Sykes's term denoting the situation in which officers become…
The corrections officer who percieves the role to include inf…
"Lessons" taught to inmates by texas prison gaurds that invol…
Correctional officer
The term that replaced the old label of gaurd, indicating a n…
Reciprocity
Sykes's term denoting the situation in which officers become…
16 terms
Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions in Criminal Justice POLLOCK EDITION 7
Laws
natural law
positivist law
good samaritan laws
formal written rules of society
the idea that proincipls of morals and rights are inherent in…
human made law
legislation that prohibits passing by an accident scence or w…
Laws
formal written rules of society
natural law
the idea that proincipls of morals and rights are inherent in…
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Ethical Dilemmas & Decisions in Criminal Justice 8th Ed. Chapter 13
Correctional Officer
Reciprocity
Human Service Officer
Tune-Ups
The term that replaced the old label of guard, indicating a n…
Syke's term denoting the situation in which officers become i…
The corrections officer who perceives the role to include inf…
Verbal Humiliation profanity, shoves, kicks, and head and bod…
Correctional Officer
The term that replaced the old label of guard, indicating a n…
Reciprocity
Syke's term denoting the situation in which officers become i…
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ethical dilemmas and decisions in the criminal justice system- Chapter 3
lucas
walsh
characteristics of justice
plato
believed justice is a right not a privilege. concerns rights…
believed justice is is emotional rather than rational and is…
fairness... equality... impartiality
believed justice consists of maintaining the societal status…
lucas
believed justice is a right not a privilege. concerns rights…
walsh
believed justice is is emotional rather than rational and is…
17 terms
Career Planning & Ethical Dilemmas in Criminal Justice- Mathis, Exam #1 (TCU)
Ethical Issues
Ethical Dilemmas
Wholesight
lex talionis
Broad social questions, often concerning the government's soc…
Situations in which one person must make a decision about wha…
Exploring one's issues with one's heart as well as one's mind
A vengeance oriented justice system concerned with equal reta…
Ethical Issues
Broad social questions, often concerning the government's soc…
Ethical Dilemmas
Situations in which one person must make a decision about wha…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 1-7 Exam
Why study Ethics?
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
Not all decisions will be judged under…
What are meta-ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
(1)acts that are (2)human and (3)of free will (4)that affect…
The discipline of investigating the meaning of ethical terms,…
Why study Ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 8-10 Exam
Under what circumstances may an attorn…
Can an attorney knowingly allow a clie…
Where does the loyalty of both defense…
What were the intellectual virtues acc…
When a client consents.... When disclosure is required by law or…
No.. An attorney knowingly can not allow a client to perjure…
The court and their client.
Intellectual-understanding, science, theoretical wisdom (phil…
Under what circumstances may an attorn…
When a client consents.... When disclosure is required by law or…
Can an attorney knowingly allow a clie…
No.. An attorney knowingly can not allow a client to perjure…
66 terms
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 11-14 Exam
What are the 5 goals of corrections?
What are the three kinds of retribution?
What is the difference between general…
What are three strikes laws and what a…
1. Retribution... 2. Reform... 3. Incapacitation... 4. Deterrence:... 5.…
1. Negative retribution: dictates the one who is not guilty m…
→ General deterrence: what is done to an offender to prevent…
→ Sentencing legislation that imposes extremely long sentence…
What are the 5 goals of corrections?
1. Retribution... 2. Reform... 3. Incapacitation... 4. Deterrence:... 5.…
What are the three kinds of retribution?
1. Negative retribution: dictates the one who is not guilty m…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 1-3 Exam
Why study Ethics?
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
Decisions that can be judged involve w…
What are meta-ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
(1)acts (2)human (3) free will (4)that affect others.
The discipline of investigating the meaning of ethical terms,…
Why study Ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
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Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 8th ed. Chapter 1-7 Exam
Why study Ethics
5 goals of studying Ethics
4 elements of ethical standards
Professional ethics
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
(1)acts (2)human (3) free will (4)that affect others.
Applied principles of right and wrong relevant to specific oc…
Why study Ethics
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
5 goals of studying Ethics
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
80 terms
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 1-7 Exam
Why study Ethics?
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
Not all decisions will be judged under…
What are meta-ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
(1)acts that are (2)human and (3)of free will (4)that affect…
The discipline of investigating the meaning of ethical terms,…
Why study Ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 1-7 Exam
Why study Ethics?
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
Not all decisions will be judged under…
What are meta-ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
(1)acts that are (2)human and (3)of free will (4)that affect…
The discipline of investigating the meaning of ethical terms,…
Why study Ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
66 terms
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 11-14 Exam
What are the 5 goals of corrections?
What are the three kinds of retribution?
What is the difference between general…
What are three strikes laws and what a…
1. Retribution... 2. Reform... 3. Incapacitation... 4. Deterrence:... 5.…
1. Negative retribution: dictates the one who is not guilty m…
→ General deterrence: what is done to an offender to prevent…
→ Sentencing legislation that imposes extremely long sentence…
What are the 5 goals of corrections?
1. Retribution... 2. Reform... 3. Incapacitation... 4. Deterrence:... 5.…
What are the three kinds of retribution?
1. Negative retribution: dictates the one who is not guilty m…
98 terms
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 1-4 Exam
According to Felkenes, there are two m…
What is discretion?
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
Decisions that can be judged involve w…
1) the profession normally includes a set of ethical requirem…
The authority to make a decision between two or more choices
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
(1)acts (2)human (3) free will (4)that affect others.
According to Felkenes, there are two m…
1) the profession normally includes a set of ethical requirem…
What is discretion?
The authority to make a decision between two or more choices
58 terms
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 8-10 Exam
Under what circumstances may an attorn…
Can an attorney knowingly allow a clie…
Where does the loyalty of both defense…
What were the intellectual virtues acc…
When a client consents.... When disclosure is required by law or…
No.. An attorney knowingly can not allow a client to perjure…
The court and their client.
Intellectual-understanding, science, theoretical wisdom (phil…
Under what circumstances may an attorn…
When a client consents.... When disclosure is required by law or…
Can an attorney knowingly allow a clie…
No.. An attorney knowingly can not allow a client to perjure…
Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 7th ed. Chapter 1-7 Exam
Why study Ethics?
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
Not all decisions will be judged under…
What are meta-ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
(1)acts that are (2)human and (3)of free will (4)that affect…
The discipline of investigating the meaning of ethical terms,…
Why study Ethics?
According to Felkenes, there are two main reasons for Crimina…
What are the 5 goals of studying Ethics?
1) become aware of and open to ethical issues.... 2) begin devel…
Criminal Justice Ethics-The Theories
Utilitarian Theorist
Deontological Theorist
Peacemaking Theorist
Deontological Defined
Jeremy Bentham
Immanuel Kant
Richard Quinney
an effort to provide an answer to the practical question "Wha…
Utilitarian Theorist
Jeremy Bentham
Deontological Theorist
Immanuel Kant
40 terms
ethics in criminal justice
Ethical issues
Ethical dilemmas
discretion
wholesight
difficult social or policy questions that include controversy…
Situations in which it is difficult for a individual to make…
The authority to make a decision between two or more choices
exploring issues with one's hear as well as one's mind
Ethical issues
difficult social or policy questions that include controversy…
Ethical dilemmas
Situations in which it is difficult for a individual to make…
52 terms
Ethics in Criminal Justice
The 3 levels of Kohlberg's Moral Devel…
Level 1: Pre-conventional Morality
Level 2: Conventional Morality
Level 3: Post-coventional Morality
Level 1: Pre-conventional Morality... Level 2: Conventional Mora…
The child abides by rules that are understood by consequences…
Concerns for social rules and norms
Concerned with good and welfare of other people
The 3 levels of Kohlberg's Moral Devel…
Level 1: Pre-conventional Morality... Level 2: Conventional Mora…
Level 1: Pre-conventional Morality
The child abides by rules that are understood by consequences…
Criminal Justice Ethics
Egotism
The ethics of virture
Psychological Egotism
Ethical Egotism
the ethical system that defines the pursuit of self-interest…
what benefits the individual is good regardless of it effect…
people behave in their own self interest (observation)
people should behave in their own self interest
Egotism
the ethical system that defines the pursuit of self-interest…
The ethics of virture
what benefits the individual is good regardless of it effect…
192 terms
Intro to Law: Litigation, Criminal Law, Ethical dilemmas
Beyond Reasonable Doubt
Preponderance of the Evidence
Clear of Convincing
Compensatory Damages
The standard of proof used in criminal trials. The evidence p…
The standard of proof most commonly used in civil trials. The…
The standard of proof used in some civil trials. The evidence…
Money awarded to a plaintiff in payment for his or her actual…
Beyond Reasonable Doubt
The standard of proof used in criminal trials. The evidence p…
Preponderance of the Evidence
The standard of proof most commonly used in civil trials. The…
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