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Instructor’s comments from the Phase 4 IP to apply to the Phase 5 Individual Project
Opportunities for improvement: Things to remember for this task: Discretion is a choice from among legal options, not a decision to break the law. Getting consent to search vs a search warrant has some benefits, but they are outweighed by the benefits of getting a search warrant. Prosecutors have wide latitude in charging and can use significant discretion in this area.
DUE SUNDAY EVENING
PHASE 5 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT:
This is a 2-part assignment. Deliverable Length: Part 1 1,200–1,500 words; Part 2 600-800 words
Consider the scenario from the perspective of (1) the police, (2) the courts, and (3) corrections. From each perspective, answer the following questions:
Where would discretion be appropriate?
Where would discretion not be appropriate?
Give an example of how discretion (if used in this capacity) could change the outcome of the case.
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In the context of the United States criminal justice system, select any 2 of the questions listed below. Your response should provide sufficient detail on each of the topics, and you should address the topic of discretion within the criminal justice system.
What factors influence the exercise of discretion?
What are some of the methods for controlling discretion?
What are some ethical considerations for discretion?
Do you think there is too much discretion in the criminal justice system? Explain.
Do you think it would be desirable to limit the amount of discretion in the criminal justice system? If so, how would you do it? What might be the effects?
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