International Criminal Justice
International Criminal Justice CJA 4930
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CJA4930 Midterm Exam Study Guide Chapter 1amp2 International crime vs transitional crime concepts and examples Globalization concept and causation Ethnocentrism Benefit of studying different criminal justice system How to understand each country s Criminal Justice system What cause the difference Cautions for using International Crime Data Chapter 3 Public law vs private law Judicial independence Major characteristics of each legal tradition and the distinction between them Chapter 4 Government arrangement of the siX model nations Unique feature of French court and police In uence on the criminal justice system of Reunification in Germany What is the major philosophical principle in German penal law and correctional practice Why is the crime rate low in Japan Saudi Arabia Confucian ethics Chapter 5 Deviance control and civil order control function of police What are the four elements to promote democratic policing Which countries have a separate force for civil order control Which countries use the same police force for both functions Major police organizations and their functions in each model country Chapter 6 amp 7 Major difference between adversarial system and inquisitorial system Who are the major Legal actors How are judges selected in each model nation Barristers and solicitors in England Chapter 8 What are the two major principles for the court to function properly Court structure of each model country Judicial impartiality