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School: University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Department: Criminal Justice
Course: Intro to Criminal Justice
Professor: Douglas klutz
Term: Spring 2015
Tags: Into, Criminal Justice, and Study Guide
Cost: 50
Name: Study Guide for CJ100 Test 1
Description: These are the answers to the terms that is expected to be on the first test.
Uploaded: 02/01/2016
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Week 4: Study Guide for Test 1


what are the main components of CJ system?



Monday, February 1, 2016

10:59 AM

Bring a number 2 pencil for test 1!

Inside information about the criminal Justice System

Criminal Justice: Society's response to crime. Involves the three components of the CJ system we will discuss this  semester.  

Crime: An intentional act or omission in violation of the criminal law, committed without defense or justification, and  penalized by the government.  

Criminology: Study of why people commit crimes

Which general direction the crime rate is going

Down. Over 50% reduction.  

Which country imprisons the most amount of people  

United States

How much did crime cost us

$1.7-$2 trillion

3 main components of the CJ system

1. Policing (law enforcement): Local, State and Federal  

a. Each state has its own bureau of investigation  


who is the father of white collar crime?



b. 18,000 local, state law enforcements; 15,000 federal  

c. Federalism: Division of power  

d. Healthy, created in the constitution  

2. Court system: State and federal Courts  

3. Corrections  

a. Jails ands prisons only account for 30%

b. Other 70% is dominated by criminal corrects  

c. probation and parole; halfway house  

Public Safety Expenditures

National Debt Clock  

o $18 .9 trillion dollars close to $19 trillion

o Student loan debt- $1.3 trillion  

Bank Robberies- How much???

o For stealing $500,000 from a bank 10-30 years

Medias Role in the CJ system  

Mass media greatly influences public opinion; New Age of social media has changed everything  (YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, etc.)

Key Names in the history of propaganda and sensatalism  

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what is embezzlement?



WHITE COLLAR CRIME  We also discuss several other topics like apsu god

White collar crime: full range of frauds committed by business and government professionals; account for much  more of crimes than you would think.  

Crimes committed by relatively affluent white-collar workers usually in the course of conducting their daily  business activities and are usually possible only because of the social statuses (particularly occupations) they  occupy

Father of white collar crime We also discuss several other topics like kurt kipfmueller

Edwin Sutherland  

Key vocab word for white collar crime

Occupation  

What criteria has to happen to be considered a white collar crime?

1. crime had to be committed in course of ones OCCUPATION

2. Crime is committed by a "person of respectability and high social status"

Embezzlement, Insurance fraud (hard, soft), bankruptcy fraud, bribery

Embezzlement: The wrongful taking of money or other property that has been entrusted to a person as a part of  his or her job; the fraudulent conversion of another's personal property by a person who is in position of trust  (employee or agent)

Insurance Fraud: refers to any duplicitous act preformed with the intent to obtain an improper payment from an insurer

"Hard" Insurance Fraud: Deliberate destruction

"Soft" Insurance Fraud: exaggeration

Bankruptcy Fraud: This is committed when a person or corporation hides or lies about assets in bankruptcy  proceedings. It also applies when creditors are given If you want to learn more check out pablo baldivieso

false information, or when illegal pressure is applied to bankruptcy petitioners; concealing assets to avoid having  to forfeit them or Intentionally filing false or incomplete forms (petition mills)

Bribery: corrupt solicitation, acceptance, or transfer of value in exchange for official action Don't forget about the age old question of define ornithopter,0,12020-01-27,https://studysoup.com/guide/2454242/chapter-2-health-care-organization-and-administration-in-athletic-training-multiple-choice-1,all of the following should be elements of a hydrotherapy area except:

One Specific Component That We Must Be Able to Prove for Bribery  Don't forget about the age old question of crju 4110 textbook notes

Quid Pro Quo; reciprocal relationship; "I scratch your back; you scratch my back"

Ford pinto case

Ford Pinto Case: gas tank placed 6 inches from rear bumper. Japanese compacts were coming out and Ford  wanted to rush production. they "normalized the risk"

Why would they engage in fraudulent thinking?

They were aware of design flaw and refused to pay for redesign and decided it'd be cheaper to pay off possible  law suits. We also discuss several other topics like in the circular flow diagram firms produce

FPC key vocab word …. (people tend to __ these types of behaviors because they're around them on a  day to day basis)

Normalize

Social and physical cost associated to white collar crime  

More significant cost is the social cost -->  

Social cost =very problematic

Physical Cost = injured, killed, company’s try to cut corners illegally

ENRON  

Was an American energy, commodities, and services company based in Houston, Texas. At the end of 2001, it was  revealed that its reported financial condition was sustained substantially by an institutionalized, systematic, and  creatively planned accounting fraud, known since as the Enron scandal.

3 names associated with ENRON

Kenneth Lay, Jeffrey Skilling, Andrew Fastow

MF global:

CEO John Corzine  

Stood for 'Man Financial'

2 billion dollars of client money was lost; dealt with commodities

• (oil, agricultural front)

Also dealt with industrial farms  

2 months after people recommended MF global for being the best; the company declared bankruptcy When dealing with a financial institution, you have business accounts with what they invest in and you have your  client accounts. You're never supposed to touch your client accounts.  

John Corzine said he had no clue where the money went  

Bernie Madoff  

Took new investors money and gave it to old investors (committed a Ponzi scheme); largest Ponzi scheme to date - 50 bill. Lost

Define Ponzi Scheme  

Ponzi Scheme: Fraud that seems legitimate, could be a cover, takes money from new investors and pays it  outdo existing investors

3 components of a Ponzi scheme

1. it seems legitimate

2.it comes from a well respected and trusted individual

3. they all eventually end by going belly up (collapsing on themselves, bankruptcy)

LIBOR Scandal

London Interbank Offer Rate (LIBOR): The rate at which large banks in London are willing to lend money among  themselves; manipulation of global interest rates, no criminal charges

Bill of Rights- KNOW THE AMMENDMENTS  

First Amendment: ("the great amendment") freedom of religion, freedom of press, freedom of speech, freedom  of assembly and petition.

Second Amendment: Right to bear arms; each state can maintain a militia; right to keep and bear arms Third Amendment: Protection against being forced to quarter troops.

Fourth Amendment:  Protection against unreasonable searches and seizure; No warrants without probable cause;  Protection against illegal search and seizure.

Fifth Amendment: Protects you from giving evidence against yourself via confession.; protection against self incrimination. (Miranda rights); don't have to testify against yourself. don't have to answer questions; "plead the  fifth”; DUE PROCESS AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL

Sixth Amendment: guarantees criminal defendants the right to a fair trial and ensures that they are brought to  trial soon after they are charged (SPEEDY TRIAL); trials are held in public; fair and impartial jury Seventh Amendment:  Only amendment that only deals with civil court; right to a jury trial in civil cases Eighth Amendment: Prohibits excessive fines and excessive bail, as well as cruel and unusual punishment Ninth Amendment: provide flexibility in constitution; just because a particular right is not mentioned doesn't  mean it doesn't apply; "unremunerated rights" right to privacy  

Tenth Amendment: calls for essence of federalism (division of power between state and federal governments);  states rights not specifically mentioned in constitution

14th Amendment: due process clause to the states; guarantees due process and equal protection; due process  clause; equal protection clause

Schenk v. United States (1919):

Established the "clear and present danger test" test. Free Speech is limited when it creates a "clear and present  danger" E.X.- Shouting "fire!" in a crowded theater would cause panic and consequential harm, therefore it is not  protected under the First Amendment

Two most missed questions

2 landmark supreme court cases dealing with the second amendment

McDonalds Vs. Chicago: second amendment applies to individual states under the due process clause of the  fourteenth amendment

D.C vs. Heller: 5-4 decision-- 1st supreme court case that decided the ownership of guns for self protection:  Federal government is making a decision: Challenged the old gun law. Said that the second amendment protects  an individual right to possess a fire arm in federal enclaves. Supreme Court decision that ruling in Heller’s favor  protecting the 2nd amendment in owning firearms. Only applied to the federal  

Brandenburg vs. Ohio: government can't punish inflammatory speech unless that speech is directed to inciting,  and is likely to incite, imminent lawless action (ex. riot)

Brandberg decision:  

any speech is considered good, considered legal under the first amendment as long as it doesn’t evoke eminent behavior (riots)

*Specific dates aren't necessary but are included  

Habbas Corpus:

Fundamental safeguard for individual freedom against an arbitrary government; the right of an accused person to  appear in court so a judge can determine whether he or she is being imprisoned lawfully

Bills of attainder:

Neither state nor federal government may pass legislation that designates particular individuals (by name or  description) for punishment without judicial trial;  

legislative act declaring someone guilty of a crime and imposing punishment in absence of a trial; CONSTITUTION  PROHIBITS CONGRESS FROM PASSING THESE BILLS

Ex post facto laws:

retroactive laws that punish people for committing an act that was legal when the act was committed; Cannot  make a law and arrest someone after law is made; any law that punishes an act that was not criminal when  committed

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