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Introduction to Law, Society, and Justice
Actus Reus
Breach of Contract
Burden of Proof
corpus delicti
Meaning "a guilty act," it refers to the three forms of the c…
The failure to comply with the terms of a valid contract.
The obligation to prove allegations presented in a court of l…
Refers to the five elements of criminal liability, each of wh…
Actus Reus
Meaning "a guilty act," it refers to the three forms of the c…
Breach of Contract
The failure to comply with the terms of a valid contract.
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Introduction to law enforcement and criminal justice, Chapter 3
Official government statistics, self-r…
FBI
Provide more detailed data
Robbery
A frequently used source of information about crime is___
In the 1930, Congress assigned the ___ to serve as a national…
Compares with summary UCR statistics, the advantage of the Na…
The taking of anything of value from the control, care, or cu…
Official government statistics, self-r…
A frequently used source of information about crime is___
FBI
In the 1930, Congress assigned the ___ to serve as a national…
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Introduction to law enforcement and criminal justice, Chapter 5
Patrol officers must use good judgemen…
Most officers in a police department a…
as law enforcers, a key duty of patrol…
Results of the Kansas City Preventive…
true
patrol
protect constitutional guarantees.
crime, citizen fear of crime, and police response time.
Patrol officers must use good judgemen…
true
Most officers in a police department a…
patrol
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Introduction to law enforcement and Criminal Justice chapter 10
terrorist do not see themselves as evi…
Chemical devices are more likely than…
On October 8, 2001, Executive order 13…
At the federal level, the Department o…
True
True
True
False
terrorist do not see themselves as evi…
True
Chemical devices are more likely than…
True
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law and justice- unit 1(introduct. to criminal justice)
felony
misdemeanor
plea bargain
criminology
a serious criminal offense punishable by a prison sentence of…
a criminal offense, less serous than a felony, punishable by…
defendant pleads guilty to get a lesser sentence
scientific study of crime causation
felony
a serious criminal offense punishable by a prison sentence of…
misdemeanor
a criminal offense, less serous than a felony, punishable by…
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Criminal Justice 103 Introduction to Law and Justice 9-11
Direct control is_____,While indirect…
"Law varies____with social control" (B…
Which philosophy of punishment refers…
Arrest, trial, and sentencing are exam…
coercive, persuasive and voluntary
inversely
incapacitation
direct formal
Direct control is_____,While indirect…
coercive, persuasive and voluntary
"Law varies____with social control" (B…
inversely
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Introduction to Criminal Justice: Chapter 3: Criminal Justice and the Rule of Law
Criminal law focuses on the prosecutio…
Criminal law is divided into two parts…
Substantive Criminal Law
Procedural Criminal Law
Legislators
Substantive law and procedural law
Law that defines acts that are subject to punishment and spec…
Law defining the proceudures that criminal justice officials…
Criminal law focuses on the prosecutio…
Legislators
Criminal law is divided into two parts…
Substantive law and procedural law
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Criminal justice 103 introduction to Law and Justice 1-4
Which of the following is not one of t…
Normative standards about what is good…
The action component of a value or a b…
Concrete physical signs that signify a…
Law
values
Norm
Symbols
Which of the following is not one of t…
Law
Normative standards about what is good…
values
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Chapter 1: Law, Justice, and Society: A Sociological Introduction
Law
Culture
Beliefs
Values
Written body of general rules of conduct.
Totality of learned socially transmitted behaviors, ideas, va…
-ideas about how the world operates... -what is true and what is…
-normative standards... -more general and abstract than beilefs
Law
Written body of general rules of conduct.
Culture
Totality of learned socially transmitted behaviors, ideas, va…
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Law and Justice
Jean Jacques Rousseau. He also noted t…
None of them.
Frederick Bastiat
Plato.
Who stated that Laws are necessary to restrain violent passio…
Of the philosophers and statesmen noted, who said that Laws a…
Who said that Law is the substitution of a common force for i…
Who would most likely agree with the statement that Law is a…
Jean Jacques Rousseau. He also noted t…
Who stated that Laws are necessary to restrain violent passio…
None of them.
Of the philosophers and statesmen noted, who said that Laws a…
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Law and Justice
Rapport
Active Listening
non-verbal Communication
incident Report
sympathetic relationship or understanding.
act of mindfully hearing and attempting to comprehend the mea…
Behavior and elements of speech aside from the words themselv…
a victims statement regarding a crime
Rapport
sympathetic relationship or understanding.
Active Listening
act of mindfully hearing and attempting to comprehend the mea…
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Introduction to Law
Law
values
rules
human rights
A rule of conduct or standard of behavior established by prop…
Beliefs of a person or social group in which they have an emo…
behavioral guidelines for specific settings.... Synonyms: orders…
the basic rights to which all people are entitled as human be…
Law
A rule of conduct or standard of behavior established by prop…
values
Beliefs of a person or social group in which they have an emo…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 9
Alternative dispute resolution
Appellate court
Arbitration
Assigned counsel
a means of settling disputes outside the courtroom.
a court to which appeals are made on points of law resulting…
a process of dispute resolution in which a neutral third part…
a private attorney appointed by the court to represent a crim…
Alternative dispute resolution
a means of settling disputes outside the courtroom.
Appellate court
a court to which appeals are made on points of law resulting…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 4
Actus reus
Civil law
Criminal law
Criminal negligence
an illegal act, or failure to act when legally required
all law that is not criminal, including tort, contract, perso…
the body of rules that defines crimes, sets out their punishm…
liability that can occur when a person's careless and inatten…
Actus reus
an illegal act, or failure to act when legally required
Civil law
all law that is not criminal, including tort, contract, perso…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 7
Accountability system
Blue curtain
Corruption
Cynicism
a system that makes police supervisors responsible for the be…
the secretive, insulated police culture that isolates officer…
exercising legitimate discretion for improper reasons or purs…
the belief that most people's actions are motivated solely by…
Accountability system
a system that makes police supervisors responsible for the be…
Blue curtain
the secretive, insulated police culture that isolates officer…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 12
Community service restitution
Day fees
Day fine
Day reporting center (DRC)
an alternative sanction that requires an offender to work in…
a program requiring probationers to pay in part for the costs…
a fine geared to the average daily income of the convicted of…
a nonresidential, community-based treatment program.
Community service restitution
an alternative sanction that requires an offender to work in…
Day fees
a program requiring probationers to pay in part for the costs…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 2
Career criminals
Consensus view of crime
Conflict view of crime
Crime
persistent repeat offenders who organize their lifestyle arou…
the view that the great majority of citizens agree that certa…
the view that criminal law is created and enforced by those w…
a violation of social rules of conduct, interpreted and expre…
Career criminals
persistent repeat offenders who organize their lifestyle arou…
Consensus view of crime
the view that the great majority of citizens agree that certa…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 11
Brutalization effect
Chivalry hypothesis
Concurrent sentences
Consecutive sentences
the belief that capital punishment creates an atmosphere of b…
the view that the low rates of crime and delinquency among fe…
prison sentences for two or more criminal acts, served simult…
prison sentences for two or more criminal acts, served one af…
Brutalization effect
the belief that capital punishment creates an atmosphere of b…
Chivalry hypothesis
the view that the low rates of crime and delinquency among fe…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 8
Arrest
Arrest warrant
Booking
Bus sweep
occurs when a police officer takes a person into custody or d…
an order, issued by a judge, directing officers to arrest a p…
the administrative record of an arrest listing the offender's…
police investigation technique in which officers board a bus…
Arrest
occurs when a police officer takes a person into custody or d…
Arrest warrant
an order, issued by a judge, directing officers to arrest a p…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 6
Beats
Broken windows model
Community-oriented policing (COP)
Displacement
designated police patrol areas
the role of the police as maintainers of community order and…
programs designed to bring police and the public closer toget…
an effect that occurs when criminals move from an area target…
Beats
designated police patrol areas
Broken windows model
the role of the police as maintainers of community order and…
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Crime, Law, & Criminal Justice
Consensus View of Crime
Conflict View of Crime
Interactionist View of Crime
Moral Entrepreneurs
The majority of citizen's in society share common ideals and…
The law is controlled by the rich and powerful who shape its…
Criminal law reflects the values of people who use their soci…
People who wage moral crusades to control criminal law so tha…
Consensus View of Crime
The majority of citizen's in society share common ideals and…
Conflict View of Crime
The law is controlled by the rich and powerful who shape its…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 3
Adolescent-limited offenders
Anomie
Antisocial personality
Collective efficacy
kids who get into minor scrapes as youths but whose misbehavi…
the absence or weakness of rules, norms, or guidelines on wha…
a personality characterized by a lack of warmth and feeling,…
a condition of mutual trust and cooperation that develops in…
Adolescent-limited offenders
kids who get into minor scrapes as youths but whose misbehavi…
Anomie
the absence or weakness of rules, norms, or guidelines on wha…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 13
Auburn system
Boot camp
Community treatment
Congregate system
a prison system, developed in New York during the nineteenth…
a short-term, militaristic correction facility in which inmat…
the attempt by correctional agencies to maintain convicted of…
a prison system, originated in New York, in which inmates wor…
Auburn system
a prison system, developed in New York during the nineteenth…
Boot camp
a short-term, militaristic correction facility in which inmat…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 14
Anger management
Cruel and unusual punishment
Furlough
Hands-off doctrine
programs designed to help people who have become dependent on…
physical punishment or punishment that far exceeds that given…
a correctional policy that allows inmates to leave the instit…
the legal practice of allowing prison administrators a free h…
Anger management
programs designed to help people who have become dependent on…
Cruel and unusual punishment
physical punishment or punishment that far exceeds that given…
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Introduction to Law
Reformation
Common Law
Administration (Agency) Regulation.
Courts of Law
Court rewrites a contract to reflect the parties' intentions.
Law made and applied by judges as they decide cases not gover…
When the Internal Revenue Service adopts certain a new tax la…
Courts empowered to award wronged parties economic compensati…
Reformation
Court rewrites a contract to reflect the parties' intentions.
Common Law
Law made and applied by judges as they decide cases not gover…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 10
Adjudication
Appeal
Arraignment
Avertable recidivist
the determination of guilt or innocence; a judgment concernin…
a request for an appellate court to examine a lower court's d…
initial trial court appearance, at which accused is read the…
a person whose crime would have been prevented if he or she h…
Adjudication
the determination of guilt or innocence; a judgment concernin…
Appeal
a request for an appellate court to examine a lower court's d…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 1
courtroom work group
criminal justice system
crime control perspective
decriminalization
a term used to imply that all parties in the justice process…
the system of law enforcement, adjudication, and correction t…
a model of criminal justice that emphasizes the control of da…
reducing the penalty for a criminal act without legalizing it
courtroom work group
a term used to imply that all parties in the justice process…
criminal justice system
the system of law enforcement, adjudication, and correction t…
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Law (intro to law and justice)
justice
law
social contract
what four main sources does the law in…
the application of law in an impartial manner
a set of rules formulated by the government and interpreted b…
surrendering ones right to hurt others in order to receive so…
1) English common law 2)the constitution 3)statutes 4)court d…
justice
the application of law in an impartial manner
law
a set of rules formulated by the government and interpreted b…
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Introduction To Criminal Justice Final
Actus Reus
Arraignment
Bail
Bench Trial
Criminal conduct- specifically,intentional,or criminally negl…
Pre-trial stage its primary purpose is to hear the formal inf…
Momentary guarantee deposited with the court that is supposed…
A trial before a judge without a jury.
Actus Reus
Criminal conduct- specifically,intentional,or criminally negl…
Arraignment
Pre-trial stage its primary purpose is to hear the formal inf…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice
President Lyndon Johnson
Criminal Justice
Due process model
Crime control model
President commission on law enforcement and criminal justice…
Is the sums of society's activities to defend against crime.
Strict adherence to the constitution (get your time in court)
Focuses on the efficiency and effectiveness of process (polic…
President Lyndon Johnson
President commission on law enforcement and criminal justice…
Criminal Justice
Is the sums of society's activities to defend against crime.
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Introduction to Criminal Justice (1)
criminal justice
criminal justice system
discretion
morality in the cjs
society's response to crime
police, courts, and corrections work together to process a ca…
the choice on how to proceed with a case
the cjs is influenced by and influences society's morality
criminal justice
society's response to crime
criminal justice system
police, courts, and corrections work together to process a ca…
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Chapter 2: Justice and The Law
Distributive Justice
Retributive Justice
Substantive Law
Procedural Law
How a political entity distributes resources to it's members.
How a society determines guilt/innocence.
Places limits on individual's actions.
Places limits on the agents of the state as the enforce subst…
Distributive Justice
How a political entity distributes resources to it's members.
Retributive Justice
How a society determines guilt/innocence.
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Introduction to law
Civil law
Criminal law
Differences between civil and criminal…
Double liability
Civil law is about a private disputes between individuals and…
Criminal law sets out the types of behaviour which are the bi…
It is also possible for the same incident to give rise to bot…
Civil law
Civil law is about a private disputes between individuals and…
Criminal law
Criminal law sets out the types of behaviour which are the bi…
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LAW AND JUSTICE
MAC IVER SAID
TH. GREEN SAID
LAW
SOURCES OF LAW
Without law, there is no order, and without order men are los…
Law is the system of rights and obligations which the state e…
the system of rules that a particular country or community re…
1. Custom or Usages... 2. Judicial Decisions... 3. Scientific Comme…
MAC IVER SAID
Without law, there is no order, and without order men are los…
TH. GREEN SAID
Law is the system of rights and obligations which the state e…
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criminal law and justice review
accidental death
accidental killing
homicide
criminal homicide
a death caused by unexpected or unintended means
A death that is the result of a purposeful human act lawfully…
(n.) the killing of one person by another
The purposeful, knowing, reckless, or negligent killing of on…
accidental death
a death caused by unexpected or unintended means
accidental killing
A death that is the result of a purposeful human act lawfully…
13 terms
Introduction to Law
Precedent
Stare Decisis
comtemporary law
statutes
Judges of all courts below the Supreme Court will refer to pr…
The principle that precedent is binding on later cases. which…
a practical study in the legal, judicial, law enforcement, an…
Laws created by Federal and State governments. State statutes…
Precedent
Judges of all courts below the Supreme Court will refer to pr…
Stare Decisis
The principle that precedent is binding on later cases. which…
37 terms
Introduction to Law
Common Law
Binding Precedent
Civil Case
Criminal Case
A law that is made by a judge, as oppose to being made by par…
The process by which common law is made... The term used to desc…
Relates to disputes between individuals, in which one person…
Relates to an offence against society, such as stealing, and…
Common Law
A law that is made by a judge, as oppose to being made by par…
Binding Precedent
The process by which common law is made... The term used to desc…
Criminal Justice; Introduction to Criminal Justice
Three goals of the criminal justice sy…
Componants of the criminal justice sys…
General categories of crime
Basic funtions and roles of LOCAL POLICE
1. To control crime... 2. To prevent crime... 3. Maintain justice
Cops, courts, corrections
Violent crime, property crime, victimless crime
1. Enforcing the law... 2. Investagating a crime... 3. Aresting... 4.…
Three goals of the criminal justice sy…
1. To control crime... 2. To prevent crime... 3. Maintain justice
Componants of the criminal justice sys…
Cops, courts, corrections
14 terms
Social Justice Introduction Didache
Social Justice
Theological Anthropology -
Adam and Eve
Children of God
The form of justice that applies the gospel message of Jesus…
The subset of theology that studies the nature of the race of…
The first human beings; their actions had consequences for th…
The state of those who have been redeemed by Christ and now s…
Social Justice
The form of justice that applies the gospel message of Jesus…
Theological Anthropology -
The subset of theology that studies the nature of the race of…
39 terms
Justice & Law
Intro To Unit Packet Review
Jurisprudence
Reflect Society's Values
Laws Are Designed To Achieve Specific…
...
The study of law and legal philosophy
-Moral- what is right/wrong ... -Economic- distribution of wealt…
1. Protect human rights ... 2. Promote fairness ... 3. Resolve conf…
Intro To Unit Packet Review
...
Jurisprudence
The study of law and legal philosophy
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Introduction To Law
Accused
acquitted
Burden of Proof
convicted
A person who has been arrested and charged with a criminal of…
When a judge or jury finds the accused person not guilty
An obligation to prove what is alleged. In other words, evide…
When a judge or jury finds the accused person guilty beyond r…
Accused
A person who has been arrested and charged with a criminal of…
acquitted
When a judge or jury finds the accused person not guilty
Introduction to Law
Fact Bound
Cause of Action
Enacted Law
Constitution
Legal issues are said to be fact bound when even a minor chan…
A claim that, based on the law and the facts, is sufficient t…
Constitutions, statutes, ordinances, and regulations.
The fundamental law of a nation or state.
Fact Bound
Legal issues are said to be fact bound when even a minor chan…
Cause of Action
A claim that, based on the law and the facts, is sufficient t…
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law/justice
abjure
judge
jurisdiction
jurist
to give up rights; to recant
A person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or set…
The territory or land in which justice and laws are administe…
An expert in law
abjure
to give up rights; to recant
judge
A person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or set…
10 terms
law;justice
abjure
judge
jurisdiction
jurist
to give rights
a person chosen to interpretlaws
the territory or land in which justice and laws are administe…
an expert in law
abjure
to give rights
judge
a person chosen to interpretlaws
117 terms
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Law
Characteristics of Culture
Code of Hammurabi
Plato (427-347 BCE)
A written body of general rules conduct applicable to all mem…
Beliefs: How the world operates and what is true and false.…
King of Babylonia (2123-2081 BCE)... Set of judgements original…
Humans lack the power to distinguish good and evil.... State is…
Law
A written body of general rules conduct applicable to all mem…
Characteristics of Culture
Beliefs: How the world operates and what is true and false.…
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Justice in America : an introduction
I file a complaint.
I'll sue you !
Guantanamo has been a disgrace since i…
The prisoners who go on a hunger strik…
Je porte plainte.
Je vais t'attaquer en justice.
Guantanamo est une honte depuis sa création, dans la foulée d…
Les prisonniers qui font une grève de la faim sont nourris de…
I file a complaint.
Je porte plainte.
I'll sue you !
Je vais t'attaquer en justice.
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Law and Justice
advertise (v)
claim (v)
convinced (v)
evidence (n)
reklam yapmak, ilan vermek
İddia etmek... Talep etmek
İkna olmuş, emin
Kanıt , Delil
advertise (v)
reklam yapmak, ilan vermek
claim (v)
İddia etmek... Talep etmek
48 terms
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Democracy
Republic
Democratic
Legislative
By the people for the people
Speak for the people
Two forms of government put together
Enact
Democracy
By the people for the people
Republic
Speak for the people
12 terms
Introduction to Law
Precedent
Stare Decisis
U.S Constitution "The Supreme Law of t…
Statues
Judges of all courts below the Supreme Court will refer to pr…
The principle that precedent is binding on later cases is cal…
1) Legislative branch to create laws... 2) Executive branch to e…
Laws created by Federal and State governments... States statues…
Precedent
Judges of all courts below the Supreme Court will refer to pr…
Stare Decisis
The principle that precedent is binding on later cases is cal…
20 terms
Law & Justice Study Guide
Jurisdiction
Bench Trial
Summary Trial
Institution of Social Control
The official power to make legal decisions & judgements
A trial conducted before a judge without a jury
A trial conducted with the judge alone to establish if the ca…
Social beliefs and social values that encourage citizens to n…
Jurisdiction
The official power to make legal decisions & judgements
Bench Trial
A trial conducted before a judge without a jury
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