Criminal justice system
Should our criminal justice system be more punitive or rehabilitative? Why? Why Not?
Is it possible for a system to be both punitive and rehabilitative?
In the following format (after reading the” brief synopsis” about Bernie Madoff (Page 237 / Box 10.1 in e-text),
1A) Discuss this crime and how it impacted the domestic economy of the United States?
1B) Do you think a crime of this magnitude could be committed again? Explain!
1 The ten costliest forms of transnational crime Annual economic cost (US$) Annual human cost
1) Corruption 1 trillion a 2) Cybercrime 1 trillion f 3) Counterfeits 968 billion b 4) Drug trafficking 400 billion b 207,400 deaths c 5) Environmental crime (oil, wildlife, timber, fish) 175 billion h 6) Human trafficking 150.2 billion b 11.7 million victims b 7) Stolen goods 20 billion i 8) Maritime piracy 9.5 billion e 11 deaths, 1,000 hostagese 9) Arms trafficking 2.6 billion b 25,965 deaths g 10) Human organ trafficking 1.3 billionb 12,000 victims
Total 2.1 trillion (excluding tax evasion and accepting overlaps between crime types) of which 1.6 trillion is laundered d
You are charged with the task of developing a definition that would differentiate the difference between hate crimes and terrorist acts. What would your definition look like?
Provide an example of two quotations that you will use in your paper. Provide a commentary for each one and show how you will cite each parenthetically using MLA documentation style.