https://dailyutahchronicle.com/2019/11/07/h2h-government-regulate-morality/?fbclid=IwAR3Nl-F3uPcCsA7n5QEWn-8qMlADLUkH0shAk5smXL44ZpRDZp45B8QR2q8 By Paij Chavez and KC Cushman November 7, 2019 Two of our opinion writers, Paij Chavez and KC Cushman, have opposing perspectives on how much the government should regulate moral decisions — like drug abuse or sex work — in the name of protecting public health. Cannabis sativa leaves | Chronicle archives Chavez: We Should Fix … Continue reading Head to Head: Should Government Regulate Morality on the Grounds of Health?
https://www.themarshallproject.org/2019/10/31/why-some-police-departments-are-leaving-federal-task-forces?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=share-tools&utm_source=facebook&utm_content=post-top&fbclid=IwAR3iRsX9kUhFTmhOYxK7QjsGEH0DyjRL3uG19vV_Iw-T-Dnq3reYp2OSRkY Federal joint task forces use local cops to help tackle law-enforcement tasks like finding fugitives and fighting terrorism. Those police officers don’t have to follow their own departments’ regulations on things like body cameras or when to use force. And when operations go wrong, district attorneys and other local officials can find it hard … Continue reading Why Some Police Departments Are Leaving Federal Task Forces
https://ww1.womenagainstregistry.org/rewarding-positive-behavior-promotes-reform-in-prisoners October 3, 2019 Bryan Noonan We have heard it from childhood: If you do the right thing, you are rewarded. If you do the wrong thing, you are punished. We are further socialized in this thinking when we earn college scholarships for good grades, lower insurance rates for good driving, and higher wages for … Continue reading REWARDING POSITIVE BEHAVIOR PROMOTES REFORM IN PRISONERS
https://www.themarshallproject.org/2019/10/28/democratic-candidates-face-questions-seldom-heard-on-campaign-trail?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=edd3dd1935-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_10_29_11_36&utm_source=The+Marshall+Project+Newsletter&utm_term=0_5e02cdad9d-edd3dd1935-174317969&fbclid=IwAR1p9CxAnvu1ceeTm4nM45G0KOxnTvzln4cYJk3f34WR9lFRlxyRbAFcC_A They defend their criminal justice records and tout proposals at nation’s first town hall held by formerly incarcerated people.By NICOLE LEWIS Democratic presidential candidates Kamala Harris, Cory Booker and Tom Steyer faced criminal justice questions Monday that are seldom mentioned on the campaign trail, including sentencing reform for people convicted of violent crimes, civil … Continue reading Democratic Candidates Face Questions Seldom Heard On Campaign Trail
https://legalbeagle.com/13709926-where-is-the-equal-protection-clause.html Reviewed by: Rebecca K. McDowell, J.D.December 15, 2018By: Roberta Senzel J.D./LL.M.RELATEDWhere is the Equal Protection Clause?LEARN MORE →••• Related Articles Where is the Equal Protection Clause? What Does Rule of Law Mean? Laws Passed Against Police Brutality Legal: What is The Establishment Clause? Both substantive and procedural due process protect citizens in the United State from unfair … Continue reading Substantive & Procedural Due Process
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https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/due_process Due Process Primary tabs Introduction The Constitution states only one command twice. The Fifth Amendment says to the federal government that no one shall be "deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law." The Fourteenth Amendment, ratified in 1868, uses the same eleven words, called the Due Process Clause, to describe a legal obligation … Continue reading What Is Due Process?
https://narsol.org/2019/11/lets-save-more-than-one-child/ November 8, 2019 By Sandy Rozek . . . Across America this Halloween, and in the weeks preceding it, massive campaigns were underway to protect children from persons on sexual offense registries. Efforts ranged from “house arrest” jail detention for those on parole or probation during trick-or-treat hours to signs placed in yards and … Continue reading Let’s save more than one child
http://www.corrections.com/articles/24500-facts-and-fiction-about-sex-offenders By Chris Dornin, Retired Statehouse reporterPublished: 05/22/2010The political outlash against sex offenders is immense, irrational, and hard for legislators to reverse.Sarah Agudo in the Northwestern University Law Review, 2008Myth: Sex offenders are dirty old strangers who steal kids from playgroundsAn Ohio prison intake report on sex offenders imprisoned in 1992 revealed that 2.2 percent … Continue reading Facts and Fiction about Sex Offenders
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/recovery-road/201911/schizophrenia-and-incarceration?fbclid=IwAR2erLLiZaWVFlkkzRfis73qizLvTwHNinhNHN83PiBq-VLGxYij4gAhP60 On October 16, 2006, I was dirty and hungry. I had been homeless for three and a half years, and my hygiene was poor. Voices clouded my mind. Because I was tired. I went to a nice area on the nearby university campus where I knew there were padded chairs, hoping to get some … Continue reading Schizophrenia and Incarceration People should not be incarcerated for psychotic behavior.