Slave of the State, 200 words,criminal justice essay questions

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The answers to the following questions must be at least 200 words. The textbook that we are using is Justice Administration Police, Courts and corrections by Kenneth J. Peak 

1.  Discuss the concept that prisoners are a “Slave of the State”. Where did it come from and what does it mean? Be sure to include court cases and explanations.
 2.  Discuss the ethical challenges posed by decentralization and community-oriented policing. Provide examples of any relationship between unethical behavior and COPPS.
 3.   Discuss the different types of budgets and how they might be utilized in the criminal justice system. 
4.  Describe the emerging technologies in the nation’s court systems. Discuss the challenges that have emerged as these new technologies are implemented.

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Running head: CRIMINAL JUSTICE

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Criminal Justice
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE

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Question 1
It is widely thought that slavery is outlawed but in reality that is not the case. Prisoners
are the modern day slaves. Duly convicted prisoners carry out involuntary services where they
do a lot of work without pay. There are past instances where prisoners would be leased out to
some private contractors where they offer services and this would be without pay. A court case
by a Virginia supreme court, Ruffin v. Commonwealth, remarked that the prisoners are slaves of
the state because in the bid of making prisons self-reliant they produced goods that were sold and
the returns sent to the state without benefiting them directly.
Many corporates turn into prisoners because they are considered to constitute a source of
cheap manpower. Prisoners in the United States carry out a wide range of services and products
that are later sold in supermarkets. The proceeds from these products do not benefit the prisoners
directly but go to the state. There are instances where prisoners work under hazardous conditions
by being subjected to dangerous working conditions like getting e...

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