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DeVry CRMJ410 All Discussions

DeVry CRMJ410 Week 1 Discussion 1 & 2dq 1Constitutional Protections (graded)Identify the constitutional protections afforded people accused of crimes. How did those protections evolve? Discuss the effectiveness of those protections.dq 2Civil Right of Felons (graded)What civil rights should convicted felons forfeit? What rights should they be allowed to retain? What about prisoners who are confined to maximum security institutions? What rights, if any, should they retain?DeVry CRMJ410 Week 2 Discussion 1 & 2dq 1Equal Protection (graded)Doctor Goo Fee, a licensed psychotherapist, has been charged with violating a new state statute making it a crime for “any licensed psychologist, psychiatrist, or psychotherapist to have sexual intercourse with a patient during the existence of the professional relationship.”The doctor is challenging the constitutionality of the statute on two grounds:(a) the statute intrudes on his right to privacy and (b) that the statute violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment in that it fails to apply the same prohibition to other health care professionals.Do you think the doctor is likely to prevail in his challenge to the statute? If you were a judge faced with these constitutional questions, how would you be inclined to rule? What additional information do you think you would need in order to render your decision?dq 2Elements of a Crime (graded)Cynfartha has been angry with Rocco for a very long time. She had threatened to kill Rocco on a couple of occasions. One day, Cynfartha sees Rocco standing on a street corner waiting to cross the street. There are several people standing around Rocco, also waiting to cross. Cynfartha pulls out a gun and fires at Rocco. The bullet grazes Rocco’s arm, injuring him. However, the same bullet strikes and kills Slick, who was unknown to Cynfartha. Considering the ideas and concepts discussed in chapters 3 and 4, what crime or crimes has Cynfartha committed? Explain your reasoning.DeVry CRMJ410 Week 3 Discussion 1 & 2dq 1Victimless Crimes (graded)Prostitution and solicitation are referred to as victimless crimes. How does the threat of AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases affect such a stance? Do you think prostitution and solicitation are victimless crimes? Why or why not?dq 2Obscenity on the Internet (graded)Today, there are millions of people using the Internet throughout the U.S. In light of this fact, is it appropriate for the courts to apply the “contemporary community standards” test from Miller v. California when making determinations concerning obscenity on the Internet? Why or why not?DeVry CRMJ410 Week 4 Discussion 1 & 2dq 1Drug Courts (graded)Do you think the drug court method of dealing with nonviolent drug offenders is superior to the traditional methods of imposing fines, jail terms, or placing the defendant on extended probation? Why or why not? Should drug courts limit eligibility to participate to first-time offenders? Why or why not?dq 2Environmental Crimes (graded)State environmental statutes and regulations are not particularly uniform from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Should more effort be made to come up with a sort of model code of environmental regulations for the states?DeVry CRMJ410 Week 5 Discussion 1 & 2dq 1The USA Patriot Act (graded)Evaluate the criticisms leveled against the USA Patriot Act that the sections quoted in the text unconstitutionally deprive individuals of their civil liberties by such vague terms as “acts intended to influence government policy by intimidation or coercion.” In addition, raise any more issues about the Patriot Act that you feel are important, or that might concern you.dq 2Double Jeopardy (graded)A defendant was found guilty of having forcible sexual intercourse with a fifteen-year-old female of previous chaste character. He is charged, convicted, and sentenced for violating two statutes: (a) common-law rape involving force and lack of consent, and (b) statutory rape involving intercourse with a minor of previous chaste character. On appeal, the defendant contends that his sentence violates the Double Jeopardy Clause of the Fifth Amendment. What arguments are his counsel likely to present to an appellate court? What should be the appellate court’s decision be, and why?DeVry CRMJ410 Week 6 Discussion 1 & 2dq 1Search and Seizure (graded)Zero planned to burglarize a local audio/video dealer. On the night he intended to commit the burglary, a police officer observed Zero standing in an alley behind the shop. It was 11:50 p.m. in June, and Zero was wearing a pair of jeans, tennis shoes, and a shirt. After about five minutes, the officer approached Zero and asked Zero what he was doing in the alley at such a late hour. Zero told the officer that he lived only a few blocks away, was suffering from insomnia, and had decided to take a walk. Zero produced identification that confirmed he lived a short distance from the store. The officer then grabbed Zero, swung him around, and pushed Zero against the wall of the store. The officer then frisked Zero. After feeling a hard object in Zero’s back pocket, the officer reached in and discovered a small 3″ X 3″ container full of locksmith tools. The officer arrested Zero for possession of burglary tools and conducted a search incident to arrest. During that search, the officer discovered a diagram of the audio/video store hidden in Zero’s pants. Zero was subsequently charged with attempted burglary and possession of burglary tools. Zero has filed a motion to suppress the tools and diagram, as well as a motion to dismiss. Discuss whether or not the motions should be granted.dq 2Plea Bargaining (graded)Should plea bargaining be abolished? If so, why? If not, what modifications might be necessary to protect (a) the defendant and (b) the public?DeVry CRMJ410 Week 7 Discussion 1 & 2dq 1Mandatory Sentencing (graded)In August 2003, Justice Anthony Kennedy made a speech in which he strongly criticized mandatory sentencing laws. (Read the excerpts from Justice Kennedy’s speech on page 537 of the text in the sidebar box.) Do you agree or disagree with Justice Kennedy? Why?dq 2Victim Impact Statements (graded)Do you think that the introduction of a victim impact statement during the sentencing phase of a capital trial is appropriate? Why or why not?

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