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CJU: Ch 4 Vocab

CriminalJustice

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Barron v. Baltimore (1833) The protections of the Bill of Rights apply only to actions of the federal government.
B frankpledge A system in old English law in which members of a tithing (a group of ten families) pledged to be responsible for keeping order and bringing violators of the law to court.
Law Enforcement The police function of controlling crime by intervening in situations in which the law has clearly been violated and the police need to identify and apprehend the guilty person.
Order maintenance The police function of preventing behavior that disturbs or threatens to disturb the public peace or that involves face-to-face conflict among two or more people. In such situations the police exercise discretion in deciding whether a law has been broken.
Service The police function of providing assistance to the public, usually in matters unrelated to crime.
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