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Law 7


the goal of retribution inflict some type of revenge. Believe that who break the law do so on purpose and deserve to be punished.
goal of deterrence to punish the guilty party so severely that he and others in society will be discouraged from the commission of a crime in the future. Serve as future crime prevention. Show that crime does not pay
goal of corrections change the guilty or his environment so that he/she no longer wishes or needs to commit criminal acts.
goal of custodial lock up criminals to protect society. The concern is to allow society to function more smoothly by locking up criminals
Where is the individual sent to after he is arrested, tried, convicted, and sentenced transferred to the care and custody of the Utah Department of Corrections.
Why was AP&P created? to supervise individuals wo have been found guilty of a criminal offense and have either been placed on probation or who have been released on parole.
The Utah Board of Pardons (created in 1886 by Utah Constitution) 5 members and 3 pro tempore
The Utah Board of Pardons doncut a hearing known as a Parole Grant Hearing
What security level is given through Level I? Level V? Maximum. Minimum
prison commissary where inmates can purchase items like candy
"shakedown" inmates & their property may be searched at any time, under any condition
should prisoners be free to refuse rehabilitation? the courts say no
Fruman v. Georgia 1976 Court found death penalty unconstitutional
the 1st type of inmate 1) type is the individual who has been booked into the jail temporarily and is awaiting trial or some type of pre-trial release. They are in jail for a short period of time
the 2nd type of inmate 2) individual who has been convicted in a court and has been sentenced to jail for a specific period of time.
Created by: Tiffastic