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what are the six forms of punishments in the criminal justice system?
Six forms of punishment: Intensive supervistion (Probation, parole, house arrest), Incarceration, Rehabilitation (drug rehab, counseling, etc), Restitution and fines, Capital punishment, and alternative punishments ( detailing the crime while standing in a conspicuous location, completing community service or participating in programs aimed at helping the convicted realize how their crime hurts
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User: what are the six forms of punishments in the criminal justice system?

Weegy: Capital Punishment, Imprisonment, Probation, Fines, Death Sentence, Transportation
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Six forms of punishment: Intensive supervistion (Probation, parole, house arrest), Incarceration, Rehabilitation (drug rehab, counseling, etc), Restitution and fines, Capital punishment, and alternative punishments ( detailing the crime while standing in a conspicuous location, completing community service or participating in programs aimed at helping the convicted realize how their crime hurts themselves and society)
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Shifa, capital punishment and death sentence are the same thing. I do not know what you mean by transportation)
Added 7/16/2011 5:41:09 PM
I found the first four from an article, death sentence was my mistake. I found "transportation" in another article where they were referring to sending the person to a far place away from home but that was used before 18th century. Your answer certainly is perfect. Thanks.
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