Criminal Justice Term Paper by vinoth

Criminal Justice
Presents a discussion of eight individual issues in the area of criminal justice.
# 109826 | 2,665 words | 8 sources | APA | 2008 | IN
Published on Dec 08, 2008 in Law (General) , Criminology (General)

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This paper provides the writer's definition and opinion on eight individual issues in the area of criminal justice. These topics are about the freedom of the press, media technologies, the exclusionary rule, the death penalty, sexual assault, the War on Drugs the expansion of intelligence operations and the preparation of the counter for terror and national emergencies.

Table of Contents:
Week 1: Freedom of the Press
Week 2: Media Technologies
Week 3: Exclusionary Rule
Week 4: Death Penalty
Week 5: Sexual Assault
Week 6: War on Drugs
Week 7: Intelligence Operations
Week 8: Terror or National Emergencies Preparation

From the Paper:

"Even with the current intelligence systems the border security has not been able to integrate the new insights they have gained from analyzing the terrorist travel records. This is reason why I feel that the intelligence operations should be stepped up. Tapping of phone conversation, secretly spying the bank transactions and credit records of citizens, secret arrests, tracking the behavior of immigrants, background checks of citizens are being carried out with the aim of gaining information that could help the government fight terrorists and be prepared for national emergencies."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Paulson, Ken.(September 2002). Too Free?. Retrieved July 27, 2008, from
  • Anderson, Kerby. (July 14, 2002). Crime in America. Retrieved July 27, 2008, from<>
  • landmarkcases.(n.d). Mapp v. Ohio(1961) Debating the Exclusionary rule, Part 1. Retrieved July 27, 2008, from <>
  • Robinson. B. A. (August 8, 2007). Capital Punishment. Retrieved July 27, 2008 from <>
  • Sexual assault Statistics.( February 20, 2003). Retrieved July 27, 2008, from<>

Cite this Term Paper:

APA Format

Criminal Justice (2008, December 08) Retrieved March 21, 2023, from

MLA Format

"Criminal Justice" 08 December 2008. Web. 21 March. 2023. <>