CJA354: Victims, the Crime, and the Aftermath

Apr 22nd, 2015
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Experiencing the overwhelming traumatic events of being an individual who was victimized is something no one should ever want to experience at all in their lifetime. A victim (by rough definition) is an individual, regardless of what title they may hold (doctor, police officer, pizza delivery man) who has been the victim of a crime or any kind of wrong doing for a specific purpose where the criminal has acted upon. More often than none, victims can be close relatives if designated by the courts in the event the victim is either deceased or debilitated.

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Running Head: VICTIMS AND CRIME EVALUATIONVictims and Crime EvaluationSteven Griffiths CJA354David Harrison22OCT12Victims, the Crime, and the AftermathExperiencing the overwhelming traumatic events of being an individual who was victimized is something no one should ever want to experience at all in their lifetime. A victim (by rough definition) is an individual, regardless of what title they may hold (doctor, police officer, pizza delivery man) who has been the victim of a crime or any kind of wrong doing for a specific purpose where the criminal has acted upon. More often than none, victims can be close relatives if designated by the courts in the event the victim is either deceased or debilitated. There was a time way back in the AD 400 era, which was known as the "Golden Age of the victim" when the legal and law enforcement system was not even heard of. Families would take matters into their own hands by retaliating against anyone who victimized a family member or friend. Once they found the perpetrator who committed the act, the family would punish them in a way that society accepted doing that time period. This was the way victimization would be handled from AD 400 up until 1960s, a period that is better known in history as being the "Kings Peace" any wrong that was done against another individual was looked at as a crime against society. This caused society to forget about individual rights and only think about the society and states well-bei

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