AJS522 DB week one

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How does the interpretation of the term justice change from the point of view of the victim, the offender, society, and the criminal justice system? How would you describe freedom in relationship to personal rights and ethical standards and obligations?

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AJS522-DB1NameClassDateProfessorAJS522-DB1DQ1: What is social contract theory, and how has it affected the U.S. criminal justice system?\Based on the social contract theory finds there is an unspoken agreement amongst members of society to relinquish some of their rights in order to receive protection for all citizens. The social contract basically means that members of a society have joined into a contract with the local government to follow the rules laid down and in return ensure the citizen is afforded certain benefits such as a criminal justice system. The criminal justice system is responsible for ensuring that criminal offenders are prosecuted and punished for their crimes while the citizen is responsible for not committing crimes as their part of the contract. The government's part is to be responsible for maintaining safety and preventing crime for the

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