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Which conclusion would come from a phrenologist? (Points : 1) Deformities in the skull reflect deformities in the brain. Criminals often possess beady, close-together eyes. Criminal punishment should provide the greatest good for a society. Female criminals are more masculine than feminine.
Weegy: Criminal punishment should provide the greatest good for a society. (More)
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Deformities in the skull reflect deformities in the brain. "Phrenologists studied the shape and bumps on the skull to determine various aspects of behavior, including criminality. They believed that the shape of the skull was related to the shape of the brain. Thus, abnormalities in the shape of the skull reflected brain abnormalities that contributed to criminality and other antisocial behaviors" (Collica & Furst, 2012, sect 1.2).
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How do some public defenders manage to get caught up in issues for wrongful conviction?
Weegy: Lawmakers must come up with better funding for the state police?s DNA lab and the overburdened court system, [ [ [ according to a panel created by the Florida Supreme Court to examine wrongful convictions. The Florida Innocence Commission made clear in a final report Thursday, that woeful funding is putting defendants at risk. ?We cannot avoid the reality that a number of the problems in our system in our system of justice deal with the issue of adequate funding,? wrote Belvin Perry Jr., a chief circuit judge in Orlando who headed the commission, created in December 2009 to examine why people are wrongfully convicted of crimes. ?Prosecutors, public defenders, and the courts are overburdened and do not have adequate tools and resources to keep pace with the volume and complexity of the cases before them.? The commission was formed after DNA testing showed that a list of Florida men in recent years had been wrongfully convicted of crimes. Holding meetings around the state, the panel heard testimony about the most common reasons for wrongful convictions, including incorrect eyewitness testimony, false scientific evidence and false confessions. The group made other recommendations, including urging the Legislature to mandate that police electronically record suspect interrogations, establish certified training for crime scene technicians and possibly issue special jury instructions dealing with jailhouse witnesses. Funding woes quickly became the major culprit as the panel heard testimony. Thursday?s final report comes as the Florida Association of Defense Lawyers is preparing legal challenges to a new and controversial system of paying private lawyers that the organization says will harm defendants. Senate Bill 1960, passed in March, created a ?limited registry? pool of lawyers that will accept flat fees for court-appointed cases. The catch: lawyers in the pool cannot ask for additional money. A third-degree felony, punishable by up to five years in ... (More)
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please include the link where you obtained this information
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why are White collar crimes go largely undetected
Weegy: Because most crimes are about fraud and people who are not knowledgeable in certain aspect will not be able to detect it. (More)
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White collar crimes go largely undetected "because it is so difficult to establish that a crime has taken place, or even to distinguish between criminals and victims."


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why are white collard crimes undetected?
Weegy: are various loose-leafed cultivars of Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group), the same species as cabbage and broccoli. [ [ The plant is grown for its large, dark-colored, edible leaves and as a garden ornamental, mainly in Brazil, Portugal, the southern United States, many parts of Africa, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, southern Croatia, Spain and in India. They are classified in the same cultivar group as kale and spring greens, to which they are genetically similar. The name "collard" is a corrupted form of the word "colewort" (cabbage plant). The plant is also called couve in Brazil, couve-galega or "couve portuguesa" (among several other names) in Portugal, kovi or kobi in Cape Verde, berza in Spanish-speaking countries, ra?tika in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia and ra?tan in Montenegro and Serbia. In Kashmir, it is called haak. In Congo, Tanzania and Kenya (East Africa), the plant is called sukuma wiki. ] ] (More)
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Updated 8/29/2012 10:54:36 PM
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White collar crimes are undetected because "it is so difficult to establish that a crime has taken place, or even to distinguish between criminals and victims"

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