CJS 230 Week 2-Assignment - The Role of Sentencing in Corrections

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Axia University of PhoenixCJS 230Throughout the history of the UnitedStates, we have the need for a Judicialsystem that imposes punishment tothose whom break the law. The courtsinvolve a complex decision makingprocess in convicting and sentencing acriminal. Once a criminal is convictedthe court is responsible to look into thecriminal history (if any),and mitigatingfactors, in order to prescribe the justpunishment for the criminal act.Unfortunately our society in America hasmany types of offenders, from traffic, tomisdemeanors to felons, making each anindividual cases which must beaccountable for with the properpunishment.Our Judicial system has went throughmany changes, through history. Changesare taking effect every day. Mostchanges in the Judicial system involveunderlying political influences. Thefollowing is an out line of our criminalcourt system and the sentencing optionsand factors as well as its influences.Rehabilitation Model:Emphasizes institutional programs to correct theproblems and disadvantages criminals needed toovercome if they were to live crime free lives.Reintegration Model:Emphasis on real world programs as opposed torehabilitation programs offered within prison walls,and its preference for probation and other communitybased forms of supervision were instrumental forseveral years in expanding noncustodial alternativesand holding down prison populations.Crime Control Model:More focused on efficient

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