“Topic 1: The Criminal Justice System (Overview).”
Listen to the lecture by Professor Matheson as well as the questions and other side comments by the students and the Myths and Issues segments. Based on your review of topic one, please respond to the following questions:
1.Professor Matheson described the criminal justice system as “… incredibly intricate, fascinating, rewarding, yet admittedly imperfect system we call criminal justice” system. Do you agree with this description of the criminal
justice system? Why or why not? Please be sure to discuss how you think the criminal justice system is “imperfect” if you agree there are some imperfections in the criminal justice system.
2. Please respond to the question posed by the Professor Matheson – if you committed a crime but wer not arrested, does that make you a criminal? Why or why not?
3. What are the differences between the consensus and conflict models of the criminal justice system?
4. What are the differences between the crime control and due process models?
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