There are programs presently that help, but I firmly believe more should be done for the citizens not the banks. Allocating the money to the people will not save all of those in danger of foreclosure, but it would ensure the banks would receive more of their payments. There are people out there that are too far gone to be saved, but there are others out there that can be saved and need actions taken on their behalf. I believe that some of the foreclosure cases are due to poor financial decisions. Buying a home is a large investment and for most a large debt as well.
While some people may not be incredibly wealthy, they may not be incredibly poor either. Therefore, the difficulty lies in where this line would be drawn. Compensating donors for their organs is meant to help increase the amount of organs available and decrease the recipients waiting time. However, banning “poor people” from donating their organs is not going to complete either of the previously mentioned goals. Instead, the compensation would make transplantation more expensive and less affordable for the
GBMI means Guilty but mentally ill. According to the textbook, it states that “GBMI is considered criminally guilty and is subject to criminal penalties such as incarceration in a penal institution” (Chapter 15, pg. 539). The reason I chose this is because Bill is technically guilty of the crime that was committed, however; Bill is considered mentally ill because of his disorder of having Schizophrenia and how during the crime Bill was delusional. Depending on the state how they will view and respond to this case, the Judge could in-fact order a civil commitment or outpatient commitment (page 536) and send Bill for treatment in a hospital.
Robbins states "Next time there 's a mass shooting, don 't jump to blame the National Rifle Association and lax gun laws. Look first at the shooter and the mental health services he did or didn 't get, and the commitment laws in the state where the shooting took place." (Robbins) Like the first article, the author uses the ethical approach. How can we just sit by and let this keep happening? Many people seek help for mental illness and do not get the proper help that they deserve.
The issue of treating and incarcerating those who are diagnosed with a mental ... ... middle of paper ... ...in the community, unlikely to participate in outpatient services, etc. In 2004, congress passed and the Mentally Disordered Offender Treatment and Crime Reduction Act (S.1194). This act, which was approved by congress and the president, was meant to improve access to mental health services for offenders of all ages. The Mental Health Courts Program was created through "America's Law Enforcement and Mental Health Project" (Public Law 106-515). Mental health court programs were specifically designed to address the issues surrounding mental health disorders and criminology.
It’s a very, very sad event.” The prevalence of mental disorder in offenders convicted of serious violence, examine their social and clinical characteristics, and compare them with patients convicted of homicide. We examined a national clinical survey of all people convicted of serious violence in England and Wales in 2004. Mental disorder was measured by contact with mental health services within 12 months of the offense. For instance, the mentally ill are not exempt from the death penalty unless they are found
Inhumanity of Humanity The death sentence for inmates is not something that is talked about lightly. Around the world, new drugs and forms of demise are being developed to make the death of an inmate as humane as possible. For years, the anesthetic drug, Sodium Thiopental, has been used to knock an inmate unconscious before the distribution of drugs that cause paralysis and cardiac arrest. Currently, the companies that produced Sodium Thiopental have decided to cease sales unless the distributors agree not to sell it to correctional facilities of other distributors who have not agreed to their terms. The ban alone has caused multiple complications within the United States because as a nation, it solely depended on lethal injection for the execution
This could be in several ways; some people secretly work as well as claiming benefits at the same time. This is unfair to the people that are working and paying tax. People think that claiming benefits is an alternative to actually working. I do not want the Welfare Stare to be removed because it has been so successful but agree that some of the things need to be cut down. If you give people too much, they take advantage so I think they should only given a limited amount, unless the people genuinely need it.
In conclusion, I strongly believe that the winner of the arguments was the article about the people being denied the financial aid. It is not fair that people who have waited to get this care are being denied the help they deserve just because they are not going to get any better. I feel that many people can take advantage of Medicare, however. There are people out there that do not have the funds, but there are certain individuals that do not care and will abuse the money they are given.
The Effects of Charity on People Many people would argue that charity is a waste of time and does not have the effect they want because the people in the developing world are in so much debt that they cant get out of it. They would just spend their money on arms and the guns trade. Some people think that just a little bit of money will help, but it doesn't! That's why some people support charity agencies that are closer to home, such as the salvation army or cancer research, these help people who are in need of our help and money, an it benefits the people closer to where they live. We can surmise that Jesus is suggesting in the Parable of the Talents that charity does not necessarily have to be a Christian obligation.