Punishment- The criminal justice system dishes out punishment to individuals who have broken the law. The idea is to teach the individuals that they are responsible for their actions.
Incapacitation- This is sort of a societal protection to keep these individuals from harming society and themselves which is theoretically supposed to work.
2. What are two different types of deterrence? Describe each type.
General deterrence- The idea that if people see the punishments given to offenders they will be less likely to commit the crime.
Specific deterrence- When a specific person is punished harshly to prevent other people from committing the same crime.
3. Why are victims considered the first "gatekeepers" of the criminal justice system?They are considered the "gatekeepers" of the whole system because victims make the initial desision about whether or not they think a crime has occurred and the decision to report the crime if they believe it had happened.
4. What is probable cause? Describe a situation where it would be a probable cause?
Probable cause is the persons potential guilt of a crime is high enough to "seize" them. For example, if a person is seen driving a stolen vehicle, the potential for their guilt would be great enough that the police could take them into custody.
5. What are some differences between the adult and juvenile court processes and systems?
Juveniles are given the same rights as adults when it comes to trials. They don't receive the same punishments as adults. In most cases they are far less harsh then the adults. In many states certain crimes are excluded in Juvenile court.
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