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Evidence Big Picture Flowchart

Here is a big picture flowchart for analyzing whether evidence is admissible. First, has counsel asked a question? If so, apply Test # 1 to address whether there are any objections to the form of t…

This Kids.gov poster explains how cases reach the Supreme Court, how the Justices make their decisions, and how new Justices are appointed. Government Lessons, Teaching Government, Us Government, Social Studies Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, Teaching Economics, Economics Lessons, Us History

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This is a great chart that shows the two different type of cases. This is awesome for kids because it has pictures! : This is a great chart that shows the two different type of cases. This is awesome for kids because it has pictures! Government Lessons, Teaching Government, Political Science, Social Science, Forensic Science, Life Science, A Level Law, Law Notes, Judicial Branch
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JA 8 B Civics: May 7-11

This week we will continue our investigation of the U.S. legal system. We will discuss our legal rights & responsibilities, as well as the history of how our laws developed. We will discuss the similarities & differences between civil & criminal law, as well as the steps of the trial process. We have about 3 weeks left in the semester, but still much to do. STAY FOCUSED!

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Although criminology has grown as a field of study in the last 2 decades, it remains rooted in sociology. The study of the analysis of crime, criminal behaviour

This Theories of Crime sociology poster provides insight into the different concepts of criminality and is designed for the Sociology National Curriculum Forensic Psychology, Forensic Science, Psychology Facts, Social Science, Life Science, Computer Science, Sociology A Level, Sociology Theory, What Is Sociology
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Theories of Crime Sociology Poster

This Theories of Crime sociology poster provides insight into the different concepts of criminality. Areas covered on the poster include:- Marxist Explanations of Crime Functionalist Explanations of Crime Realist Explanations of Crime Interactionist Theories of Crime: Labelling Theory The Theories of Crime has been designed for the Sociology National Curriculum and is an ideal educational resource for brightening up the classroom.

This infographic explains key differences between criminal and civil law. It is important to know the difference between the two when it comes to youth crime because many youths are not well informed and they should be. Criminal Justice Major, Criminal Law, Law Notes, Law And Justice, Harvard Law, Harvard Business School, Criminology, Law School, High School
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Criminal Law vs. Civil Law (Infographic)

Do You Know The Difference?

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Smart on Crime 2015 - Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council

We are inspired to work for social justice and positive change by addressing the root causes of crime. Preventing crime before it happens, is the smart thing to do. Smart on Crime in Waterloo Region is our community plan for engaging the entire region, from the grassroots to the highest levels of decision making. Everyone […]

Mass Incarceration In America due largely to the failed war on drugs, private for profit prisons & the 3 strikes law. All have one thing in common, the Clinton Administration. for sane drug laws & criminal justice reform.

A Letter From Ray Jasper, Who Is About to Be Executed

Something is very wrong here! The "For Profit" prison industry is a large part of the problem.

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Aging Behind Bars:The Rise Of The Elderly Prison Population - Lee Lofland

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This is what white privilege looks like- you smoke weed at you are going through a rebellious phase. An 18 year old black american does the same, and hes a thug, a druggy etc. This is not what equality looks like. War On Drugs, White Privilege, Criminal Justice System, Criminology, African American History, How To Get Rich, Sociology, Oppression, Social Justice

Who’s Getting Rich off the Prison-Industrial Complex?

This is what white privilege looks like- you smoke weed at 18, you are going through a rebellious phase. An 18 year old black american does the same, and he's a thug, a druggy etc. No, this is not OK. This is not what equality looks like. We are not in a post racial society. We have work to do.

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Teaching #BlackLivesMatter in an all-white school

Why teaching #BlackLivesMatters to white students is important and essential.

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“We're in this exciting moment where we've had 40 years of being ‘tough on crime,’ and we've finally come to recognize that it really hasn't worked very well,” says sociologist Alice Goffman bluntl. Social Work Practice, Unintended Consequences, Crime Rate, Life Transitions, Mindfulness Activities, Criminal Justice System, Cause And Effect, Human Behavior, Ted Talks

The unintended consequences of being “tough on crime”

“We're in this exciting moment where we've had 40 years of being ‘tough on crime,’ and we've finally come to recognize that it really hasn't worked very well,” says sociologist Alice Goffman bluntly. America needs to think differently.