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#1.Role of state and federal courts

Discuss the roles of the court systems and their objectives regarding public safety and civil rights.

Understanding the role of courts

Discuss the concepts of justice and security. How do these concepts become a reality in a free society based on a constitution and manifested through a complex legal system? How are these principles reflected in the federal court system, including the U.S. District Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeal, and the U.S. Supreme Court? What is the function of each of these courts and how is their role connected to public safety and civil rights.How are state court systems designed and what happens at each level? How does each level within the judicial system balance individual rights with security issues? 

#2.Law Enforcement Role

Describe the objectives of law enforcement organizations and contrast public safety and individual rights issues.

Objectives of Law Enforcement and Corrections

Law enforcement organizations have a variety of objectives that in principle must support the structure and functions of a free society based on constitutional mandates regarding individual protections and rights. Those objectives must strike a meaningful balance between public safety and civil rights if the underlying principles of a constitutional democracy are to be upheld. Discuss the following:

·         Identify the objectives of federal, state, and local law enforcement.

·         Identify the objectives of federal and state probation, parole, and correctional organizations.

·         Identify the objectives of the juvenile justice system and describe its relationship with other agencies.

#3.The rights of offenders

Balancing the rights of offenders

Consider this statement: It is necessary for the rights of offenders to be considered and protected to a significant degree if the principles of a free, constitutional democracy are to be upheld. Indicate whether you agree or disagree; then, justify and defend your position.

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