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THIS A CRIMINAL JUSTICE EXAM. SO THINK LIKE A CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR

ANSWER TO THE QUESTIONS MUST ALL IN IN COMPLETE SENTENCE AND YOU MUST ADDRESS THE PARTS OF THE QUESTION

EACH ANSWER MUST BE BETWEEN 100-300 WORDS

Summarize the underlying philosophy of libertarianism? compare libertarian vs utilitarian on punishment and crime!!

1.Why do individuals obey the law? What is the purpose of individual punishment?

2. Why did colonial Americans rely on corporal punishment more than imprisonment? What social forces were responsible for this reliance on corporal punishment? Hint: How the Quakers and Puritans viewed punishment

3. Aside from the taxpayer expense of building, operating and maintaining prisons, describe a financial cost to society of using prisons as punishment. How would you put a value on this cost?

4. Slacker Sam, 22, an unemployed alcohol and heroin addiction with a seventh grade education is convicted of burglarizing a dollar store for the second time. From a classical school of criminology perspective, what causes Sam to do this?

5. Slacker Sam, 22, an unemployed alcohol and heroin addiction with a seventh grade education is convicted of burglarizing a dollar store for the second time. From a classical school of criminology perspective, what should be done about Sam?
6. Slacker Sam, 22, an unemployed alcohol and heroin addiction with a seventh grade education is convicted of burglarizing a dollar store for the second time. From a classical school of criminology perspective, what could be some unintended consequences in punishing Sam’s behavior according to your response in Question 9?

7. The victim reported that at approximately 1:00 A.M. Sunday morning, September 28, 2014, he was riding the RTD light rail train, which stopped at the 10th & Colfax Light Rail Station. As the train stopped, Sam Green took the victim’s backpack by force from his hands and ran from the train. No weapons were involved. The victim attempted to chase the suspect, but could not keep up with him. The victim reported that the backpack contained his laptop computer, a textbook valued at $200 and $37 in cash. Police arrested Green several blocks away and recovered the backpack and its contents.

The defendant pleaded guilty to Robbery. The penalty for this conviction is a sentence within the presumptive range of 2 to 6 years with 3 years of mandatory parole and a fine of between $2000 and $500,000. The imprisonment sentence, mandatory parole, and fine may be suspended and the defendant may be placed on probation for a term of 1 to 5 years.

His prior criminal history includes a Shoplifting conviction six years ago for which he was fined, and a Driving Under the Influence conviction two years ago for which he received one year of probation. The defendant said he committed the instant offense because he needed money right away to pay his debts. He is 22 years old and his parents were divorced when he was born. At the age of 6, he began living with his maternal grandparents because his mother worked nights at a bar. He has been employed as a laborer for three different companies with his longest term of employment being eight months. He was terminated from two of these jobs for absenteeism. He has a GED. The defendant has acknowledged prior thoughts of suicide. He began smoking marijuana in high school and reported using cocaine and methamphetamine. The defendant is not married and has no children.

The defendant is before you, the judge, for sentencing. Decide on the sentence and explain how your decision addresses each of these sentencing goals of retribution, deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation and restorative justice outlined in sentencing statutes. Justify your response according to EACH of these goals.


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