Crimes Against Public Order Analysis

Mar 29th, 2015
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Prepare a 1,050 – 1,400 word (3 to 4 page) paper in which you: Define the term “crimes against public order” or “public-order offenses.” Discuss and explain breach of peace, alcohol & drug crimes (especially driving under the influence and public drunkenness), vagrancy versus loitering, and teenage curfew. (Refer to Chapter 10.) Define and discuss crimes against the administration of government such as treason, perjury and contempt, and obstruction of justice. (Refer to Chapter 10.) Define and discuss crimes against public decency and morality such as prostitution, obscenity & lewdness, gambling & gaming as well as controlled substances. (Refer to Chapter 12.) Discuss the controversy with enforcing and not enforcing these crimes against public order and the implications on the criminal justice system. Discuss the term “victimless crimes” but also consider if you and most other people would want these types of activities going on in your neighborhood, by the schools your child

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Crimes against Public Order AnalysisNameClassDateProfessorCrimes against Public Order Analysis Criminal law was established to ensure that criminal offenders pay for their crimes and the victims get justice. It is an established system of law that is designed to enforce laws that are established and punish the criminal offenders. While most crimes result in victims some crimes are illegal not because it results in a victim but because it has been deemed immoral by society. Public order crimes, crimes against the administration of government, and crimes against public decency and morality are crimes that go against the moral values established by society. While a majority of the crimes that goes against society do not result in physical victims they are still considered crimes because they fail to meet the standard of decency established by society. Crimes against Public Order Public order offenses the offender willingly engages in the legal activity but because the behavior deviates from the norms of society it is considered a crime. In other words the public order offense is a crime against society because they do not meet the standards of decency that is expected by other members of the public. The public order offense emerged from a need to keep order in society because these types of morality crimes lead to more serious offenses (Stevens, 2008). The point of charging citizens that commit these types of offense is to provide other citiz

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