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Discussion Reflection Chapter 6 & 7 - Victims and the Criminal Justice System


Reflections are to be based on the topic we are covering for the week. You should be specific about what prompted your reflection. For example, was it something you read in the text, heard on a TED talk or found from your own research or assignments? Reflection posts are to be a minimum of THREE fully developed paragraphs and must include a reference.

You need to respond to at least TWO colleagues. Your response to colleagues needs to be at least one paragraph and should add to the discussion, not just "I agree with you". You must elaborate on why you are agree or how the post prompted your thinking about the topic.

Notes:

Don't write a summary, it's a reflection paper

Avoid plagiarism, make it simple..

I have uploaded chapter 6 & 7..

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ProfOne
School: Rice University

kindly find the attached document. in case of anything let me know. i will help

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Running head: VICTIMS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

Victims and Criminal Justice System
Student’s Name
Institution’s Name

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VICTIMS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Victims and Criminal Justice System
Reflection on victims and the criminal justice system
What prompted me on the reflection of the topic is a YouTube video that I came across on
my daily research that is titled victims and the criminal justice system with Tim Heapy. The video
is a discussion that is brought forward by Tim Heaphy who us the former U.S Attorney for the
western district of Virginia and partner at Hunton and Williams.
The speech h from the technocrat tries to discuss some of the complex relationships
between the victims of crimes and the criminal justice system. The author describes that victims
are not victims themselves but an amalgamation of different resources which are brought against
them inform of crime to make them disadvantaged. The author gives a situation whereby he had
an encounter with a victim a woman in Tiana who had been assaulted by her property manager.
These actions had been done with an exchange for leniency in paying a rent that the woman was
entitled to.
Nevertheless, the victim was a cocaine drug user which the assaulting person took
advantage of her while assaulting her. One day the woman made a decision to put into an end the
issue while proceeding on and hitting him with a pipe. The victim was arrested and the matter was
taken into court where the man was convicted. What happened is the fact the authorities took a lot
of interest in the case and the woman felt better since it understood that it was a self-defense that
had resulted in her violent reaction of self-defense.
References
Victims and the Criminal Justice System With Tim Heaphy. (2017, April 10). Retrieved from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rn0c3IDuJmU

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VICTIMS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Response to student 1
I completely agree with the student’s post. The student has excellently started off the
discussion post by identifying the introduction of the chapter and the relevance of the chapter to
the community in general. The most important thing that the student has done well in the post is
the identification that victims’ rights and the criminal justice system are highly associated with a
social setting that most people interact with. The other thing that the student has well-articulated
concerns the difference between the adult justice system and the juvenile system. The posts state
that the cases differ based on the ages of the offenders as provided by the constitution
Response to student 2
I like the way the student has started of his/her post. It shows a deep understanding of the
concepts that the student has gripped from the topic discussed. The...

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