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The Struggles of Finding Justice in the American Justice System
Global Search for Justice in a really fascinating and engaging course, it helps broaden my perspectives of the world and understand how different or similar our communities are. I enjoy this class and all of the knowledge I gain, however there are times when the concepts of economics and society is difficult to understand a...
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An Overview of Computer and Cyber Crimes
What are the criminal offences related to computers? Computers are one of the wonderful technological invention. Also, with the advent of technology, the internet was invented to provide better services. However, with the internet several issues such as criminal offences have come along due to some people who misuse the in...
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An Essay Questioning Death Penalty as a Justifiable Means of Punishment
Death Penalty The death penalty is a punishment given to people who commit heinous crimes. Since 1976, there have been over 1,390 executions. But does that make the death penalty, necessarily, a correct and justifiable form of punishment? “The death penalty is our harshest punishment,” states Ernest van den Haag, author of...
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The Negative Effects of Decriminalizing Prostitution
By definition, prostitution is the practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment.(Merriam-Webster). Currently, prostitution in the United States is illegal in all fifty states, except in some rural counties of the state of Nevada. Prostitution, however, is present in most parts of the count...
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A Biblical Perspective on the Government's Fiscal Policy in the United States of America
In the United States of America there is supposed to be a separation of Church and State; and although not specifically mentioned in the United States Constitution, it is one of the liberties that is provided to us through the First Amendment. Evidence has shown though, that there really cannot be a separation of church and...
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An Evaluation of W&J's Sexual Harassment Policy
In relation to W&J’s Sexual Harassment Policy, the directors appear to be thorough when making sure that a sexual harassment situation will undoubtedly be handled. The college does a fantastic job in offering different levels of resolution for a victim and they maintain confidentiality to the victim’s specification in order...
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An Examination of the Debate on the Death Penalty in the United States of America
The death penalty is a highly debated issue in the United States of America. Advocates for the death penalty believe that this punishment will provide an example for all criminals, hopefully deterring them from heinous crimes. Those opposing the death penalty believe it is unjust to kill another person, no matter what they...
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The Life and Accomplishments of Justice Sonia Sotomayor
A Symbol of Genuine Hope Filled with passion, courage, and a devotion to those around her, Justice Sotomayor is a genuine symbol of hope for many who come across her story. Hope, along with perseverance and strength, led Justice Sotomayor to develop into a person anyone would be proud to know. Growing up in the projects lo...
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An Investigation of the Creative Accounting Perpetuated by Deutsche Bank
Creative accounting is used to make a company seem to be performing well than it actually is. This scheme is applied especially where accounting figures do not look attractive or appealing to the investors, current and potential. This creativity is perpetuated by the senior management through support of directors making it...
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A Supreme Court Case of Sandra Day O'Connor
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Kneeling on the dirt road with gravel digging into her knees and hair plastered to her glistening forehead, Sandra Day O’Connor looked at the flat tire with a determination and confidence most young women would not feel if they were stranded in the middle of nowhere. Sandra D...
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18 pages