Legal analysis or case study

  1. A2: The court system is predicated upon the ultimate need to engender a society that is based upon the rule of law. For all intents and purposes, the intent of the system is to provide equal rights and opportunities for all those who fall within the controls and political boundaries of the United States. The courts are thus charged with executing those laws as the ultimate arbiters of the existing statutory and case laws at all levels of the system. One such contemporary social justice administration concept is the inception of Problem-Solving Courts (http://justiceinnovation.org/portfolio/what-are-problem-solving-courts/). Problem solving courts have continued to extend their reach into areas initially from drug use and addiction, to community courts, domestic violence, and veteran’s courts. The system however, has an equal number of proponents as it does skeptics. Research and develop a Focus Paper that addresses a Case Study on a Focused Topic Area. Select and review one type of problem-solving court weighing the pros and cons and come to a conclusion if the selected court is effective in utilizing these types of diversionary methods to accomplish social remediation and future compliance to the rule of law. The argument must be balanced and supported by credible sources, statistics, and facts.
  2. OR A2 Option 2: Research and develop a Focus Paper that is designed as a Legal Analysis on a Focused Topic Area. Social justice administration must also consider the legal and ethical standards that criminal justice decision makers and policy makers pursue and enact. While we can argue that social justice and ethical embodiment are the foremost considerations in our system of criminal justice, these often nebulous concepts must subordinate themselves to the fact that the codified legal considerations are the primary decision makers in this specific system. And while social justice and ethics are not deciders in the legal realm, they are influential and often drivers of the ancillary and corollary decision making processes. With these considerations in mind, select one of the two following options to develop the paper that analyzes the legal aspects of a case as impacted by the ethical and social justice implications: Topic 1: Being unethical is not always illegal and even the combination of both may not ultimately rise to the level of the definition of a social injustice – Develop an analysis and recommendations for bridging the gap between these concepts in the criminal justice system or Topic 2: Select a legal case to review that involves all three concepts: Unethical behavior, illegal conduct, and a social injustice to critically review and analyze a specific legal case of the student’s choosing (e.g. Bernard Madoff Fraud and Embezzlement Scandal). The student may use the mainstream media and other legal websites (https://www.oyez.org/) to conduct their research.

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