Public shaming at times is not even a punishment for some, if someone does a crime they should also do the time. Public shaming can comes with serious consequences if given to the wrong person and if given to others it is just a slap on the wrist. Crimes should be taken seriously and so should the punishments. People should go to jail or do community service based on what they have done, they should not be let go so easily. The court system seems to think that by using public shaming a criminal will not do the crime again.
People can be reasonable, and it's simply wise to accept that individuals would reevaluate the temptations of illegal activity if the results and cruelty of the punishment would be predictable. The developing of Deterrence was the product of vengeance and the cruelty of the sentence when justice is ultimately served. Deterrence is successful in that it helps persuade a possible criminal to think the importance of crime that has been done is not worth the crime itself. The result of punishment, such as being in jail, helps serve as an example to other individuals, to break the law. Putting someone in jail is the government’s way of putting someone in time out, which is not always the best punishment for everyone.
Although both private action and executive control are advantageous in terms of costs and speed, they present big dangers that discourage their use unless in exceptional situations. The second purpose of criminal law is to punish the offender. Punishing the offender is the most important purpose of criminal law since by doing so; it discourages him from committing crime again while making him or her pay for their crimes. Retribution does not mean inflicting physical punishment by incarceration only, but it also may include things like rehabilitation and financial retribution among other things. The last purpose of criminal law is to protect the community from criminals.
There are other ways to punish criminals outside of taking their lives, but we, for some reason, feel the need to play the exterminator. The people who commit capital crimes are not animals to be exterminated. They are human. They deserve the same breath that everyone else takes. If a person commits a heinous crime then that person is obviously not normal.
People who do bad things some of which are illegal and some legal for the purpose of accomplishing good ends are guilty of “Noble-cause corruption.” It usually occurs in circumstances where there is little chance of being held accountable. This happens most often with police work when people think that they can get away or hide these illegal This doesn't necessarily mean that there aren't laws against the action (though sometimes there aren't), but the individual who commits noble cause corruption either can't be held accountable or believes he or she won't be held accountable. Noble cause “is a moral commitment to make the world a safer place to live. Put simply, it is getting the bad guys off the streets. Police are trained and armed to protect the innocent and think about that goal in terms of “keeping the scum off the streets.” (Caldero & Crank, 2004) The noble cause in police ethics is a promise to “do something about bad people.” However, it can be corrupted “when officers violate the law on behalf of their own personally held moral values.” Noble-cause corruption is a way of thinking which promotes a belief that the ends justify the means.
The assumption that understanding criminal behaviour is the most important tool we have to combat the incidence of crime has prompted many philosophers, jurists, psychologists, psychiatrists, socialists and others to seek a plausible explanation for the commission of crimes. Their methods are diverse, some employing scientific means and others using empirical evidence to explore why people engage in “deviant” activity. The most convincing of these theories are those which explain criminal behaviour by reference to the individual, such as the classical theory, which views criminal behaviour as being the free and rational choice of the individual. The theory then offers proportionate punishment as a means to discourage people from reoffending or to deter others from acting criminally. Whilst the theory is not without it flaws, it is difficult to disprove such a theory in the absence of establishing the offender was not capable of rational thought at the time of committing the offence.
Whether it actually helping the earth’s environment or helping the people in your society to obey the laws more. People in society should just admit to their mistakes and try to make up for it. It does not seem so difficult and everyone’s at least broken one law obliviously which is not bad so need to be ashamed of it. As long as one is not a superb lawbreaker that commits serious illegal crimes one will not be portrayed as a criminal of the law. As long as one abides the law occasionally the one will be fine.
On the other hand, the crime control model falls on the conservative view because they believe that some liberties might be sacrificed from the public in order to get rid of any type of crime. According to (Worrall, 2015, pg, 28), “the goal is to move criminals through the justice process with as little delay as possible. If mistakes are made along the way and someone is wrongfully charged or convicted, so be it.” This model is stricter because they believe that a suspect is considered to be guilty until he or she has been proven innocent. They are more concern on the criminal justice, rather than the constitutional rights of the people. Their main goal is to have absolutely no crime on the
As far as the criminal's heinous acts, retribution would more than likely be community service in the town were the crimes occurred. This form of sentencing gives a sort of relief to society making them feel somewhat safer. Additionally, just deserts are a form of sentencing. Just deserts is defined as a perspective on criminal sentencing that holds that criminal offenders are morally blameworthy and are, therefore, deserving of punishment. (Schmalleger & Smykla, 2009, pg# 73) Basically, the criminals go out and commit these crime and when they are caught they get what they deserve.
213) His belief is that instead of controlling crime, we should be more interested in the value system and the fairness of justice. I think that modern society favors the crime control model because law enforcement tries to maintain order in society while trying to incorporate finding out the truth and solving a crime. They treat the arrested as if they were already guilty and emphasize on arrest, prosecution and conviction of those who have broken the law. Police are allowed to interrogate a suspect, however they must make sure that they do not coerce a false confession because “it may result in the conviction of an innocent man . .