It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.
A Comparison of Law and Non-Law Enforcement Mission Statements in the United States
The criminal justice system is a vast network of organizations and groups that work tirelessly to protect the people. There are so many organizations, and each and every one of them has their own mission statements. The US Department of Justice’s statement is as follows: “To enforce the law and defend the interests of the...
535 words
2 pages
An Examination of the Child Labor Laws in China
Labor Laws in China One question that a numerous amount of Americans ask these days is “Why is everything in America made in China?” The answer is simple; it’s a compendium of low wages, labor laws, regulations, and unions that make it possible for companies in the United States to have their products be made all the way i...
725 words
3 pages
An Analysis of the Case of Arson Through Different Perspectives
Arson is the leading cause of fires in commercial buildings and the second leading cause of residential fires. An estimated 100,000 fires are deliberately set. Arson causes almost 1,000 deaths yearly and contributes over $1.5 billion in property damage. Arsonists often escape punishment; only 16 percent of arson offenses le...
507 words
2 pages
The Death Penalty as an Incorrect Way to Punish the Criminals of Society
To Kill or Not to Kill The purpose of punishment is to keep an incident from reoccurring. While punishment doesn’t keep it from happening again, it helps. Execution and the death penalty have been used in most societies since the beginning of history. Penalties back then included boiling to death, flaying, slow slicing...
978 words
3 pages
An Analysis of David Frum's CNN Online Article Opposing the Legalization of Marijuana
According to David Frum’s CNN online article, the legalization of marijuana should not even be given a consideration. There are a number of reasons that Frum gives for opposing the legalization of marijuana. One of his greatest concerns is the fact that marijuana can cause damage in human brain cell. He points out that use...
1,329 words
5 pages
The Legalities of Strikes in Society
“A protester was shot dead and a dozen people, including policemen, were injured in stray incidents of violence as Bangladesh's opposition enforced a countrywide 60-hour non-stop strike Monday.”- These are now common scenario of our country and people are getting used to of these strikes. No wadays, the political situation...
873 words
4 pages
An Exploration of Indigenous Water Rights in Aotearoa
Who Owns the Water: An Exploration of Indigenous Water Rights in Aotearoa New Zealand has the shortest human history of any country and the predicted settlement date is sometime during the 13th century by East Polynesians. Europeans did not become aware of the countries existence until 1642 (Wilson 2013). The original tri...
3,647 words
14 pages
An Analysis of the Grey Area in the Legal System on Assisted Death
Assisted Death The question has been asked time and time again: do we, as Americans, have a legal right to die? And if so, what is the extent of this right? This grey area in the legal system is what stops many terminally-ill patients from hastening their inevitable deaths. In Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Hea...
807 words
4 pages
An Analysis of the National Tobacco Strategy
1.0 Executive Summary The National Tobacco Strategy is a five year action plan from 2004-2009. It was endorsed by the ministerial Council on Drug strategy. It follows on from a previous five year program for preventative actions concerning tobacco use in Australia. 2.0 National Tobacco Strategy Target The ministerial Co...
6,762 words
24 pages
An Essay against the Use of Death Penalty
The death penalty, legal in 32 states and in the federal civilian and military legal systems. Illegal in 18 states, just this year Maryland abolished such an act. The death penalty is one of the most argued topics along with abortions and war. No one should have the power to choose FOR a person whether they should/can or c...
862 words
3 pages