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Criminal Justice Short Paper "What I believe all Criminal Justice Professionals should
know about the preparation and/or adoption of the Declaration of Independence, the
Constitution, and the Bill of Rights."
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Criminal Justice Short Paper "What I believe all Criminal Justice Professionals should
know about the preparation and/or adoption of the Declaration of Independence, the
Constitution, and the Bill of Rights."
Nations are formed through different methods. Some of these include civil strife, military
rebellion, acts of treachery, heroism, lesser and higher clashes. The birth of the United States
(US) contained all of these methods of national formation (The Declaration of Independence,
2021). The document “Declaration of Independence” puts it that men are all created equal and
that everyone should be treated equally (White, 2011). This means that for someone to be an
American, it is vital to consider the rights of all humans regardless of their country of origin or
culture. It is believable that all criminal justice professionals should be aware of the preparation
and adoption of the declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. To
understand this, it is essential to understand the different historical facts that led to the
development and adoption of these documents.
What All Criminal Justice Professionals Should Know
The first thing that the criminal justice professionals should understand is that the
development and the adoption of the document “Declaration of Independence” were influenced
by the Lee Revolution. The need for independence started on June 7, 1776, in Philadelphia. At
the Independence Hall, earlier known as Pennsylvania State House, Richard Henry Lee read his
resolution in front of the Continental Congress (The Declaration of Independence, 2021). Lee
had resolved that the colonies of the US are to be declared free and that the political connection
between these colonies and the British government should be dissolved. This revolution was just
an expression of what had started to happen and what the people of America believed would free
them.

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1 Criminal Justice Short Paper "What I believe all Criminal Justice Professionals should know about the preparation and/or adoption of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights." Student Name Institution Course Name Instructor Name Date 2 Criminal Justice Short Paper "What I believe all Criminal Justice Professionals should know about the preparation and/or adoption of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights." Nations are formed through different methods. Some of these include civil strife, military rebellion, acts of treachery, heroism, lesser and higher clashes. The birth of the United States (US) contained all of these methods of national formation (The Declaration of Independence, 2021). The document “Declaration of Independence” puts it that men are all created equal and that everyone should be treated equally (White, 2011). This means that for someone to be an American, it is vital to consider the rights of all humans regardless of their country of origin or culture. It is believable that all criminal justice professionals should be aware of the preparation and adoption of the declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. To understand this, it is essential to understand the different historical facts that led to the development and adoption of these documents. What All Criminal Justice Professionals Should Know The first thing that the criminal justice professionals shoul ...
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