The Pros And Cons Of Mass Incarceration

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Economic We all know that our economy depends on labor and the workforce to accomplish its purposes, nevertheless, did we know that prison is also a great source of labor. The government talks about stopping the drug on war, which lead to mass incarceration, but little do we know that when people goes to prison, it brings a lot of money into the economy. Not saying this is a right thing, it is totally wrong. Young, innocent, people are in jail, and the economy is profiting off of this horrible cause. How does that sounds to the people that has their family in jail? Mass jobs are giving to the people in the community that holds a jail, or prison facility. Therefore, it will be very difficult to get rid of mass incarceration completely. people want to make money, but the fact…show more content…
Even though we have rules that states that people are not allowed to be search if they do not want too, like the fourth amendment, but this rule have been violated, in so many ways. The fourth amendment states, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized” (Legal Information Institute). The social justice system allow policeman, and other authorities to violate this law. The stop and frisk rule to search individuals, just because they look suspicious of carrying drugs. Even if a driver pass a red light by accident, they will stop that person and search for drugs, when they were only suppose to stop the person because he violated the rule. It is very critical and scary to be stop by a policeman, they are suppose to be the one protecting us, but they are putting us at risk at the same time. The fact that some people do not realize that, hurts. It is not normal, for people to be stop just because of the way

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