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Juvenile Sentencing and Policy (Example)

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Student’s Name Professor’s Code Course Date Armed robberies in the United States and the rest of the world Introduction Robbery is defined as an act of forcefully taking or attempting to take any valuable good or property from the rightful owner through the infliction of fear or by intimidation. The law defines robbery as an act of depriving someone’s property with a purpose of not returning it or by use of force. In line with above definition arms robbery is defined as an act of forcefully taking someone’s property by means of weapon to inflict fear intimidate or cause harm to the victim and aggravated robbery is an armed robbery by means of a deadly weapon. Federal laws consider robbery a felony under the condition that the victim has been subjected to fear of danger or harm by intimidation or threat. These threats should not be future but current news. Retrieved on March 30 2016 from www.mintpressnews.com T. & Payne J. (2003). Drugs and crime: a study of incarcerated male offenders. Research and public policy series no. 52. Canberra: AIC Long M. (2013 February 30). Murder weapons 2011. Gunfaq. Retrieved on March 30 2016 from www.gunfaq.org R. (2002). Armed robbery. Devon: Willan Northwestern University School of Law. (2006) Criminal law. The jounal of criminal law and criminology 9(3) 1-150 Smith L. Dissector K. & Borzycki M. (2011). Armed robbery in Australia: 2008 national armed robbery monitoring program annual report. Sidney: Australian institute of criminology OSAC (2012). South Africa crime and safety report. United state department of state: Bureau of the diplomatic security. Retrieved on March 27 2016 from www.osac.gov Wells M. (2013 August 4). Report maps three decades of violence in south Africa. Insight crime: Investigation and Analysis of organized crime. Retrieved on March 27 2016 from http://www.insightcrime.org/news-analysis/report-maps-three-decades-of-murders-in-brazil [...]

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Write a 1,050- to 1,150-word analysis of Juvenile sentencing that addresses the following: (The effect of the Juvenile sentencing policy on all involved stakeholders) (The role of the courts in creating or enforcing the policy) (Any recommendations to change the policy and an explanation of why you would make these changes) Include two or three peer-reviewed articles to support your analysis. Format your analysis consistent with APA guidelines.

Subject Area: Law

Document Type: Reports

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The writer gave me the wrong paper that wasn't mine. There was some issue on the writer side which cause the writer unable to give me my paper before it was due. On the bright side, I finally got my paper the next day. Turned in my paper late and will receive points deducted for submitting it late. But a day late is better than nothing or couple days late.

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02.21.2018

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