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What are the goals of the justice system? doing justice, controlling crime, preventing crime
Which 2 opposing justice systems conflict? state & federal
What are victimless crimes called? crimes against society
What is the "great writ of liberty"? habeas corpus
What is "mens rae"? the need for a lawyer to prove criminal intent
What are the elements of crime? act, intent & result
recidivist repeat offenders
Where are the FBI crime stats? online @ http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/crimestats
Miller vs. CA case that determined that anything that was "obscene" was a, sexual to the average person, b, depicts/describes sexual conduct applicable by state law and c, lacks literary, artistic, political/scientific value
Method of release besides bail? fines
4th ammendment right against unlawful search and seizure
5th ammendment not compelled to be a witness to yourself
6th ammendment right to a trial by jury and legal representation
Police are allowed to use what type of force? reasonable
operational police styles enforcer, social service agent, zealot & watchman
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