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80 terms
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…
80 terms
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…
103 terms
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…
Criminal Justice and Criminal Law
Felony
Misdemeanor
Infraction
Commerce Clause
A major crime that is punishable by a fine, imprisonment, or…
A less serious crime punishable by fine imprisonment or both.
A minor offense that is punishable by fine but not jail time.
Defined in the Constitution as the federals police force in t…
Felony
A major crime that is punishable by a fine, imprisonment, or…
Misdemeanor
A less serious crime punishable by fine imprisonment or both.
57 terms
Law and Justice: Criminal Law
four elements of a crime
mens rea
four categories of mens rea
intent
Mens Rea... Actus Reus... Causation... Concurrence
the mental requirement in criminal law, aka the guilty mind
intent... knowledge... recklessness... criminal negligence
the conscious desire to commit an illegal act
four elements of a crime
Mens Rea... Actus Reus... Causation... Concurrence
mens rea
the mental requirement in criminal law, aka the guilty mind
38 terms
Criminal Justice and Rule of Law
Procedural Law
Actus Reus
Substantive Law
Administrative Law
Process followed for the application of the law.
An act or omission for a crime to be committed.
Law which defines what is illegal and punishment afforded.
Laws regulating agencies: FCC, FDA, IRS, etc.....
Procedural Law
Process followed for the application of the law.
Actus Reus
An act or omission for a crime to be committed.
Criminal justice 2: criminal law
Presumption of innocence:
unanimous verdict
Hung jury
4th amend:
innocence until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt
all of 12 of the jury members must agree otherwise it becomes…
no one agrees from the jury.... so what to do: ... 1. dismiss... 2. re…
search and seizure ( right to privacy)
Presumption of innocence:
innocence until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt
unanimous verdict
all of 12 of the jury members must agree otherwise it becomes…
45 terms
Criminal Law and Justice Quest
Defendant
Plaintiff
Prosecutor
Beyond the Reasonable Doubts
The person on trail/being charged with a crime
The person that brings the civil case
Attorney against defendant in criminal case
Criminal; there are reasonable doubts to guilt, not 100% but...
Defendant
The person on trail/being charged with a crime
Plaintiff
The person that brings the civil case
18 terms
Law, Criminal, and Justice Quiz
Yes
stop and question
arrest warrant
Warrantless Probable
Can police go up to people on the street and speak to them?
If a law enforcement have a reasonable suspicion that a perso…
Ways to be arrested: They need an ______ ______
Ways to be arrested: ___________ arrest based on _______ cause
Yes
Can police go up to people on the street and speak to them?
stop and question
If a law enforcement have a reasonable suspicion that a perso…
35 terms
Law & Justice: Criminal Parties
principal
accomplice
accessory before the fact
accessory after the fact
the person who commits the crime
someone who helps another person commit the crime
a person who orders a crime or who helps the principal commit…
a person who, knowing a crime has been committed, helps the p…
principal
the person who commits the crime
accomplice
someone who helps another person commit the crime
Law Breakers- Criminal Justice
Recidivism
3 steps to Recidivism:
Rehabilitation
Restitution
The tendency to returning to jail after being previously inca…
- Rearrest... - Reconviction ( Violate Prohibition)... - Reincarcer…
Programs designed to help citizens better themselves. ... Exampl…
Pay Back (Restore) for the damages or stolen property.
Recidivism
The tendency to returning to jail after being previously inca…
3 steps to Recidivism:
- Rearrest... - Reconviction ( Violate Prohibition)... - Reincarcer…
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…
80 terms
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…
80 terms
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…
42 terms
Criminal Justice and the Rule of Law
Civil Law
Substantive Criminal Law
Procedural Criminal Law
Common Law
-law regulating the relationships between or among individual…
-law defining acts that are subject to punishment and specify…
-law defining the procedures that criminal justice officials…
-the anglo American system of uncodified law, in which judges…
Civil Law
-law regulating the relationships between or among individual…
Substantive Criminal Law
-law defining acts that are subject to punishment and specify…
Criminal Justice and Rule of Law
legal responsibility
civil law
substantive criminal law
procedural criminal law
the accountability of an individual for a crime because of th…
law regulating the relationships between or among individuals…
law that defines acts that are subject to punishment and spec…
law defining the procedures that criminal justice officials m…
legal responsibility
the accountability of an individual for a crime because of th…
civil law
law regulating the relationships between or among individuals…
38 terms
Youth and Law: Criminal Justice
Arrest
Arrest Warrant
Probable Cause
Reasonable Suspicion
when a person suspected of a crime is taken into custody; con…
court order commanding that person named be taken into custod…
reason to believe that a specific person has committed a crim…
evidence that justifies an officer in stopping and questionin…
Arrest
when a person suspected of a crime is taken into custody; con…
Arrest Warrant
court order commanding that person named be taken into custod…
Criminal Justice and the Rule of Law
Mala in se
Mala prohibita
Legality
Actus Reus
natural laws
man made laws
law that defines specific action as a crime
bad thought alone is not a crime
Mala in se
natural laws
Mala prohibita
man made laws
Vocab Criminal Justice (criminal law)
Torts
Plaintiffs
Damages
Punitive damages
private wrongs for which you can sure the party who wronged y…
those who sue for wrongs in tort cases
money plaintiffs get for the injuries they suffer
damages that make an example of defendants and punish them fo…
Torts
private wrongs for which you can sure the party who wronged y…
Plaintiffs
those who sue for wrongs in tort cases
80 terms
Part 1: The Nature of 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…
Law & Criminal Justice Vocab
Misdemeanor
Felony
Statute
Inquisitional System
Minor crime / A wrong-doing
Major/Serious Crime
A written/passed law
Court is actively involved in investigating crime
Misdemeanor
Minor crime / A wrong-doing
Felony
Major/Serious Crime
15 terms
Law and criminal justice
Human rights
Reservations
Criminal laws
Felonies
Rights that all people are born with
Legal way of making provisions less enforceable than it might…
Laws that would be brought only by government
Serious crimes
Human rights
Rights that all people are born with
Reservations
Legal way of making provisions less enforceable than it might…
Criminal Law and Justice
Misdemeanor
Felony
Statue
Inquisitional system
criminal offence, less serious, year or less jail time
serious crime, prison more than a year
written laws enacted by legislatures
europpean method for handling disuputes in which the judge pl…
Misdemeanor
criminal offence, less serious, year or less jail time
Felony
serious crime, prison more than a year
Law and Criminal Justice Terms
Misdemeanor
Felony
Statute
Inquisitional System
a minor wrongdoing
a crime involving violence, regarded more seriously than a mi…
a written law passed by a legislative body
legal system where court is actively involved in investigatin…
Misdemeanor
a minor wrongdoing
Felony
a crime involving violence, regarded more seriously than a mi…
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…
59 terms
Criminal Law & Justice
17th and 18th Juvenile Court
First Juvenile Court in Illinois
Jacqualine
Parens Patriae
Adults and Juveniles were tried similarly
Established in Cook County
Convicted of murder and assist for another murder
"State as parent and guardian"... Children are not fully respons…
17th and 18th Juvenile Court
Adults and Juveniles were tried similarly
First Juvenile Court in Illinois
Established in Cook County
Law & Justice Criminal
Crime
Criminal Case
Civil Case
Parties Of Litigation
public injury done with malice (society feels threatened, per…
costs of investigating and prosecuting are covered by govt
are private
prosecutor, plaintiff and defendant
Crime
public injury done with malice (society feels threatened, per…
Criminal Case
costs of investigating and prosecuting are covered by govt
7 terms
Law and Criminal Justice
product liability
malice
tortfeaser
negligent
legal liability/responsibility of a producer that sells a fau…
a desire to do something bad to someone else; doing something…
A person who commits a tort.
(adj.) marked by carelessness or indifference; failing to do…
product liability
legal liability/responsibility of a producer that sells a fau…
malice
a desire to do something bad to someone else; doing something…
27 terms
Law and criminal justice
Human Rights
Reservation
Criminal Laws
Felonies
The rights of all people have simply because they are human b…
Legal way of making provisions less enforceable than it might…
Regulate public conduct and set out duties owed to society. O…
Murder or robbery are more serious crimes, punishment is more…
Human Rights
The rights of all people have simply because they are human b…
Reservation
Legal way of making provisions less enforceable than it might…
Criminal justice civil criminal law
Felony
Probation
Misdemeanor
Parole
I am a serious crime where the person is sentenced to a year…
I am a person who was arrested and convicted of a crime inste…
I am a minor crime which the person is sentenced for 11/29 or…
I am a person who was arrested and convicted of a crime and w…
Felony
I am a serious crime where the person is sentenced to a year…
Probation
I am a person who was arrested and convicted of a crime inste…
Law and Criminal Justice
Human Rights
Criminal laws
Felonies
Misdemeanor
The rights that all people have simply because they are human.
Regulate public conductand set duties owed to society
. More serious crimes such as Murder or robberies
Less serious crimes such as shoplifting
Human Rights
The rights that all people have simply because they are human.
Criminal laws
Regulate public conductand set duties owed to society
Criminal Justice & Law
Statutory Law
Common Law
Civil Law
Criminal Law
based on Constitution
judicially created, developed on case to case basis
relationships between individuals... Ex. divorce or custody, wills
offenses against individual deemed offensive to society, caus…
Statutory Law
based on Constitution
Common Law
judicially created, developed on case to case basis
Criminal law and justice .
Criminal law .
Penal code .
Civil laws .
Tort .
Fromal means of social control that uses rules . Interpreted…
The criminal law of a political jurisdiction .
A means of resolving conflicts between individuals .
A violation of the civil law .
Criminal law .
Fromal means of social control that uses rules . Interpreted…
Penal code .
The criminal law of a political jurisdiction .
80 terms
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…
51 terms
Law and Criminal Justice
Referral Sale
Direct Action
Disclaimer
Recission
discount for giving name of person that referred product to you
action taken to impact business's profits
statement lessening responsibility
cancelling a contract and treating as if never happened
Referral Sale
discount for giving name of person that referred product to you
Direct Action
action taken to impact business's profits
Crime, Law, & Criminal Justice
Consensus View of Crime
Conflict View of Crime
Interactionist View of Crime
Crime
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…
A violation of societal rules of behavior as interpreted and…
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…
20 terms
Law and Criminal Justice
Human Rights
Reservations
Felony
Misdemeanor
The rights all people have simply because they are human beings
A legal way of making a provision less enforceable
A serious crime
Less serious crimes, the penalty being one year or less
Human Rights
The rights all people have simply because they are human beings
Reservations
A legal way of making a provision less enforceable
15 terms
Law & Criminal Justice
Human rights
Reservations
Felonies
Civil action
rights all people have simply becausd they are human beings
legal way of making a provision less enforceable than it othe…
more serious crime such as murder or robbery
lawsuit that can be brought by a person who feels wronged or…
Human rights
rights all people have simply becausd they are human beings
Reservations
legal way of making a provision less enforceable than it othe…
Law and Criminal Justice
Human Rights
Felony
Misdemeanor
Defendant
basic rights that all people are born with
more serious crimes with a more serious punishment (murder, a…
less serious crimes with a less serious punishment (assault,…
the person accused of committing the crime
Human Rights
basic rights that all people are born with
Felony
more serious crimes with a more serious punishment (murder, a…
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…
15 terms
Law & Criminal Justice
Plaintiff
Appellate Courts
Extradition
Statutes
Person or company harmed
When a person who loses a trial asks a higher court to review…
The process in which one country asks another to surrender a…
Written laws enacted by legislatures
Plaintiff
Person or company harmed
Appellate Courts
When a person who loses a trial asks a higher court to review…
18 terms
Law and Criminal Justice
Prosecutor
Human Rights
Reservations
Criminal Law
A person, usually a public official, who is conducting a case…
Rights that all people have because they are human beings.
Legal way of making a provision less enforceable than it migh…
Regulate public conduct and set out duties owed go society.
Prosecutor
A person, usually a public official, who is conducting a case…
Human Rights
Rights that all people have because they are human beings.
Law and Criminal Justice Unit 1
Law
Statue
Code of Hammurabi
Magna Carta
A system of rules usually enforced through a set of instituti…
A formal, written law of a country or state enacted by the go…
First known written law; set rules for orderly society
The "Great Charter" was the document to limit the kings absol…
Law
A system of rules usually enforced through a set of instituti…
Statue
A formal, written law of a country or state enacted by the go…
45 terms
CRIMINAL JUSTICE-Criminal Law and Liberty
Rule of Law
Felony
Right to Privacy
Failure to Act
The restriction of the arbitrary exercise of power by subordi…
a crime, typically one involving violence, regarded as more s…
the concept that one's personal information is protected from…
An omission is a failure to act, which generally attracts dif…
Rule of Law
The restriction of the arbitrary exercise of power by subordi…
Felony
a crime, typically one involving violence, regarded as more s…
46 terms
Law: Criminal Justice
Probation
House arrest
Fine
Restitution
released and supervised
sentenced to serve a term in home. Defendants are now require…
money paid to the government
pay to make up for whatever loss or injury was caused to the…
Probation
released and supervised
House arrest
sentenced to serve a term in home. Defendants are now require…
18 terms
Constitutional law for criminal justice
Bill of attainder
Selective incorporation
Ex post facto
Due process clause
A legislative act which declares an individual a criminal wit…
The process by which the Bill of Rights was made binding on t…
Protects the accused from being disadvantaged by changes made…
The mechanism used to impose most of the guarantees of the Bi…
Bill of attainder
A legislative act which declares an individual a criminal wit…
Selective incorporation
The process by which the Bill of Rights was made binding on t…
12 terms
Criminal Justice and the Law
Statutory Law
Common Law/ Case Law
Civil Law
Criminal Law
"law on the books", based on Constitution
made by judges
deals with relationships between people involving contracts o…
regulation and enforcement of rights
Statutory Law
"law on the books", based on Constitution
Common Law/ Case Law
made by judges
63 terms
Law and Criminal Justice Policy
Wobblers
Conspiracy
War on Drugs
War on Crime
- Cases where prosecutor or judge can continue charging someo…
Must be two or more people involved... - Aim is to commit an il…
This term divides the world into good or evil. ... Casualties? A…
Police officers discretion brings into sharp relief the un-re…
Wobblers
- Cases where prosecutor or judge can continue charging someo…
Conspiracy
Must be two or more people involved... - Aim is to commit an il…
10 terms
Criminal Justice Law Of Crimes
Battery
Assault
Mayhem
Torture
...
...
...
...
Battery
...
Assault
...
77 terms
law and criminal justice system
why have laws ?
what is law ?
what is crime ?
what is the criminal justice system ?
to maintain order and protect the community
a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controllin…
any act done in violation of those duties which an individual…
police ( law enforcement) ,corrections and courts
why have laws ?
to maintain order and protect the community
what is law ?
a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controllin…
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