According to the Classical School of Criminology, Bentham stated that punishment helps deter crime. The difference between classical and positivism is that they differ in the punishment area, and how they view offenders and non-offenders. The four objectives of classical school according to Bentham are,” To prevent all offenses if possible, persuade a person who has decided to co...
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...nce she was a teen when the incident occurred, but she would have to prove that she was reformed before a consideration of parole was even in the picture.
In Conclusion, the facts of the case were; the Offender was assaulted by the victim and intended victim weeks prior to the shooting. The altercation was caused on social media over a boy, and thus led to the crimes committed. Social Disorganization Theory in my opinion, best explains the Offenders behavior. If rehabilitation did not work, then the punishment should be to the fullest extent of the law. When it comes to if the juvenile should be held in in a juvenile detention center or not, it all comes down to the safety of the intended victim. As far as transferring the offender into adult court, if she refuses rehabilitation, then the transfer to adult court would be recommended to serve out her full sentence.
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