Due to this substance being illegal federally, more than half of the drug arrests are from small amounts of marijuana. During the years 2001 to 2010, over 7 million people were arrested for having marijuana in their possession and in the year of 2010, statistically, police made one pot bust every 30 seconds. States are wasting over 3 billion dollars of money on marijuana laws yearly, that’s money our communities can use towards more important things. Many children’s mothers and fathers are imprisoned
Whet os drag? A drag os e chimocel sabstenci thet ects un thi breon end nirvuas systim, end chengis e ondovodael's muud, imutoun ur steti uf cunscouasniss (Hielth Sirvoci Exicatovi 2013). Drags clessofoid by thi iffict thiy prudaci: • Stomalents, sach es cuceoni, meki piupli fiil fall uf inirgy; • Diprissents (ur sidetovis), sach es hiruon, meki piupli fiil rilexid; • Hellaconugins, sach es LSD, meki piupli sii, fiil ur hier thongs thet eri nut riel (Hielth Sirvoci Exicatovi 2013). Ligel drags. Undir
The border wall, or border fence, is one of several barriers preventing illegal Mexican and South American immigrants from entering the United States. However, as statistics prove, immigration and drug smuggling has been on the rise the past few decades and our “three prong approach” is not confronting the escalating issue at hand. America’s border security is not resilient enough to deter these illegal immigrants and drug smugglers; our border wall must be fortified immediately. The Mexican-American
will prove that America’s drug laws are ineffective and cause more harm than good. The notion that a state of freedom exists in America is completely voided by narcotic laws. Narcotic laws cause a black market, which raises the prices of drugs to astronomical levels. These high prices cause drug addicts to turn to crime in order to support their habit. There exists substantial evidence that marijuana is less harmful than legal product like alcohol or nicotine. The war on drugs is comparable to the Vietnam
Combating the Global Issue of Illicit Drugs: South Asian Nations Call For a Change Introduction to the problem of Drugs in South East Asia With the advent of decriminalization of drugs by Portugal, the issue of illegal drug trafficking has been the most debated subject worldwide, experiencing mankind’s sincere attention on a higher level. It was Portugal that stepped forward to denounce the directions of United Nations and, further laid down fresh national drug policies which included decriminalizing
something as broad as abortion it really gets people thinking. Some people see it as killing human and religious things, and some peo-ple are looking at it as something they had to do. Rather it is because they were raped, not ready, or it was going to harm them to go through this pregnancy. At what age does a baby re-ceive human right? Abortion, the practice of removing a fertilized egg from a mother has become
Nixon initiated the War on Drugs when American soldiers were coming home from the Vietnam War addicted to heroin. More than a decade later, President Ronald Reagan launches the South Florida Drug Task force, headed by then Vice-President George Bush, in response to the city of Miami’s demand for help. In 1981, Miami was the financial and import central for cocaine and marijuana, and the residents were fed up. Thanks to the task force, drug arrests went up by 27%, and drug seizures went up by 50%.
The criminal law is the boy of satutory and common law that deals with crime and the legal punishment of crime. The criminal law is based on four theories of criminal justice,punishment,deterrence,incapacitation and rehabiliation. The aim of criminal law is to maintain a peaceful social order. Criminal law deals with two types of crimes, misdemeanors wich have a maximum punishment of one year or less jail time and Felonies which have a maximim sentence of one year of jail time ahich can go up to
A drug is a chemical substance that acts on the brain and nervous system, and changes individual's mood, emotion or state of consciousness (Health Service Executive 2013). Drugs classified by the effect they produce: • Stimulants, such as cocaine, make people feel full of energy; • Depressants (or sedatives), such as heroin and alcohol, make people feel relaxed; • Hallucinogens, such as LSD, make people see, feel or hear things that are not real (Health Service Executive 2013). Legal drugs.
The Efforts to Regulate the Internet Abstract “Cyberspace is both the popular media's new darling and new demon, revealing a new, expansive intellectual horizon but simultaneously providing easy access to an infinite, virtual Pandora's box” . This paper shall discuss the situations that have raised the need for the Internet regulations, and in particular, Internet content censorship. Then, it shall review the regulatory efforts worldwide, with respect to the local cultures and governmental