CJ352 Classification Categories of Crime Essay
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Instructions: Each one of the following questions is valued at 4 points (Total 20 points). Your responses to these questions must be in #12 font (double spaced). Your responses must be included in no more than 4 typed pages. This means that all 5 questions must be completed and included in one 4-page document. All work must be sent in Word format. Any other formats will receive zero points. PDF submissions will NOT be accepted. Each question must be numbered 1 thru 5. All pages must be numbered, and your name must be included on page 1. You must send your work as an attachment to an email address.
The following must be in the subject section of the email with your essay question: Subject: Your Name – CJ352 Essay 1
- List and describe the eight classification categories of crime according to their subject matter. Offer an example for each category.
- Should there be some limit to freedom of speech? Why or why not? List five main categories of speech whose content are not protected by the First Amendment. Can you think of any other categories or types of speech that should not be protected by the First Amendment? Explain. You must take a position on whether there should or should not be limits to speech and whether there are other types of speech that should not be protected by the First Amendment. You must include examples to strengthen your arguments.
- List and discuss the purposes of punishment. What do you believe should be the purpose of punishment? Discuss your personal beliefs about the purpose of punishment, and explain those personal beliefs.
- Jerry is involved in a hit-and-run accident while riding his bike. Marge sees the accident occur, realizes that Jerry is slowly dying on the road, yet she continues to walk home. Later that evening, Marge sees on the nightly news that Jerry has died. In what types of situations are you liable to help someone? Was Marge liable for the death of Jerry? Explain, why or why not? If Marge had started to take Jerry to the hospital, but dropped him off a block before the destination because she was running late, would she be liable for the death of Jerry? Explain, why or why not?
- Marty and Sarah are fighting. Sarah shoots a gun at Marty and the bullet grazes Marty’s arm. Marty runs out of the house and into the street. Barry is driving down the street 20 mph over the speed limit. Unable to see Marty on the dimly lit road, Barry hits Marty and Marty dies instantly. What is the cause-in-fact in this scenario? What is the proximate cause of Marty’s death? Is the intervening act coincidental or responsive? Who would you hold liable for Marty’s death? Explain, why?