By Carolyn Boyes-Watson
Crime and Justice bargains a complete advent to the U.S. legal justice approach via nineteen ancient and modern case reports. each one bankruptcy opens with an interesting case, by means of an explanatory bankruptcy that teaches center options, key phrases, and important matters. the second one variation has been revised and up-to-date all through. It gains new chapters on terrorism, the struggle on medicines, and gender. It additionally expands assurance of white collar crime and sufferers’ matters. New circumstances comprise Enron, the O.J. Simpson trial, Barbara Sheehan and Battered Women’s safety, the tale of Al Capone, and extra.
In this moment variation, Carolyn Boyes-Watson, with participants Susan T. Krumholz and Aviva M. Rich-Shea, increase scholar studying via case experiences that serve a number of studying targets: instances discover sociological problems with race, category, gender, and tool, whereas additionally instructing scholars the legislations and strategies of the justice method. The ebook is great for not only creation to legal Justice classes, but additionally any path that introduces scholars to the ideas of crime and justice.
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Additional resources for Crime and Justice: Learning through Cases
Lawrence Friedman, Crime and Punishment in American History (New York: Basic Books, 1993), 191. 4. Goodman, Stories of Scottsboro, 6. 5. Goodman, Stories of Scottsboro, 97. 6. Michael Maher, “The Case of the Scottsboro Boys,” in The Press on Trial: Crimes and Trials as Media Events, ed. : Greenwood Press, 1997), 105. 7. Maher, “The Case of the Scottsboro Boys,” 110. CHAP TER 2 THE STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE LEARNING OBJECTIVES After reading this chapter you should be able to: • Explain the difference between rights that exist de jure and those that exist de facto.
Rule of law: the basic principle that the exercise of governmental power is regulated by laws formulated by legitimate institutions of representative government. substantive criminal law: actions which are prohibited or prescribed by the criminal law. procedural criminal law: the lawful process for creating, enforcing, and implementing the criminal law. Adversarial versus Inquisitorial System Most contemporary observers will notice immediately that a defense attorney did not represent those accused of witchcraft during the trial.
It is the one-sided nature of the trial itself that seems to make the Salem witch trials patently unfair. The Sixth Amendment to the Constitution guarantees the accused the right to a defense. Although this right was enshrined in the Bill of Rights as of 1791, it was a privilege that was only available to those who could afford to pay for a lawyer in their own defense. As we will see in later chapters, it was not until the twentieth century that defense counsel became a right for rich and poor alike.