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Justice Essays

What Is Justice?

Introduction What seems just to one person may seem unfair to another person. Ancient philosophers used to contemplate about justice, and contemporary political authors continue to try to define justice. Although the approaches of ancient and modern philosophers differ in many aspects, their views have much in common. Socrates views justice on a narrow level…

Graceland and City of God

The history of developing economies shows that corruption, high criminal rates, informal economy and corruption are among the major problems of such countries. Two proposed stories about the criminal life in Nigeria and Brazil prove that high rates of crimes including drug transfer, gang groups and murders are typical of the regions with the lack…

An American Privilege: Voting

The US nation was formed under a set of standards such as unity, diversity, individualism, self-government, equality, and liberty. These ideals have largely shaped the political culture of the Americans and impacted on what many Americans have tried to attain politically, either for others or themselves. The rules of the political game in the United…

Criminology Theory

Criminals make a choice of committing crimes for their own reasons. For some people, the commission of crimes is a one-time affair, and later on offenders refrain from the act after realizing their mistakes. Unfortunately, the other people never learn their lessons and end up being serial offenders despite the punishment by the criminal justice…

Criminal Justice System

The dismissal of a police officer lying during investigations or as a witness in a court of law is a necessary procedure for fairness. It is critical to note that a criminal justice system is developed to seek justice and does not resort to enticement to prove to the public that law enforcement agencies have…