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War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration

The purpose of the law is to maintain societal order, while the criminal justice system operates to bring justice to the commission of crimes. In the United States, however, modern day criminal justice systems disproportionately disadvantage particular groups of people and undermine the intended functionality of law enforcement structures. This phenomenon of racial minority overrepresentation […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2153 Topics: Crime, Criminal Justice, Discrimination, Justice, Mass Incarceration, Morality, Poverty, Racism, Social Issues, War On Drugs

America’s Mass Incarceration Problem

In February of 2018, President Donald Trump released the Trump Administration’s fiscal budget for 2019. The budget was predictably set on what President Trump had mentioned what he found most important; there was a substantial increase in defense spending, ICE and border control, and infrastructure, as well as a decrease in Medicare and Environmental Protection. […]

Pages: 3 Words: 984 Topics: Crime, Criminal Justice, Criminal Law, Justice, Mass Incarceration, Policy, Prison, Social Issues, Substance Abuse, War On Drugs
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The Age of Mass Incarceration

When we typically think of crime and punishment we view it as a “conveyor belt” of justice: Usually the guilty are found guilty and sentenced to either long or short imprisonment terms depending on the crime committed. For some criminals the belt continues to move in a constant cycle from time of arrest, appearance before […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2778 Topics: Abuse, Crime, Criminal Justice, Justice, Mass Incarceration, Substance Abuse, War On Drugs

There Will Always be Color Racism is not Dead

Racism is not dead. Equality does not exist. The color of a person’s skin still matters. Even in the 21st century, there are flaws within our legal system that has allowed Jim Crow to still exist under a new skin. The United States has used mass incarceration to continually disenfranchise millions of the African American […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1113 Topics: Crime, Criminal Justice, Jim Crow Laws, Justice, Racism, Social Issues, United States, War On Drugs
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