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Proponents of this justice perspective are concerned about the effect of the stigma that criminal suspects bear when they are given negative labels such as "rapist" or "child molester." They
believe that justice agencies should limit their involvement with criminal defendants. Answer a. Restorative justice b. Equal justice c. Nonintervention d. Rehabilitation
Proponents of Nonintervention perspective are concerned about the effect of the stigma that criminal suspects bear when they are given negative labels such as "rapist" or "child molester." They believe that justice agencies should limit their involvement with criminal defendants.
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Proponents of Nonintervention perspective are concerned about the effect of the stigma that criminal suspects bear when they are given negative labels such as "rapist" or "child molester." They believe that justice agencies should limit their involvement with criminal defendants.

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If you believe that procedural fairness, civil rights, and the rule of law are inviolate principles, which justice perspective do you favor? Answer a. Equal justice b. Rehabilitation c. Due process d. Crime control
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If you believe that procedural fairness, civil rights, and the rule of law are inviolate principles, which justice perspective do you favor? Answer a. Equal justice b. Rehabilitation c. Due process d. Crime control
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According to this justice perspective, the justice system serves as a mechanism of caring for and treating people who cannot manage themselves. It assumes people are at the mercy of social, economic, and interpersonal conditions. Answer a. Equal justice b. Due process c. Crime control d. Rehabilitation
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According to Rehabilitation perspective, the justice system serves as a mechanism of caring for and treating people who cannot manage themselves. It assumes people are at the mercy of social, economic, and interpersonal conditions.

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At what stage of the formal criminal justice process does the defendant enter a plea of guilty or not guilty? Answer a. Bail hearing b. Arraignment c. Preliminary hearing d. Criminal trial
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The stage of the formal criminal justice process that the defendant enter a plea of guilty or not guilty is: Arraignment.

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In the 1950s, the American Bar Foundation project discovered that: Answer a. Most citizens were fearful of the police. b. The justice system kept many procedures hidden from the public. c. Most crime was not reported to the police. d. Racial profiling was a serious problem.
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In the 1950s, the American Bar Foundation project discovered that: The justice system kept many procedures hidden from the public.

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