Soham murders

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  • Summary Of The Legal Requirements And Guidance Relating To Safeguarding

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    1. Analyse legal requirements and guidance relating to the safeguarding of children. Law and guidance regulate the way you should work with children in your childcare setting to support and encourage their well-being and safeguard them from abuse and maltreatment. Legislation provides a comprehensive instruction on what must be attained in respect to child protection and safeguarding. Whereas Legal guidance is more precise and provides details on how the law ought to be applied and fulfilled in early

  • Court Of Protection Case Study

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    interests. The Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) was created following the government's adoption of the recommendations set out in the Bichard Report. The report stemmed from the inquiry in to the tragic deaths of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in Soham in 2002. The ISA's to help prevent unsuitable people from working children and vulnerable adults. They will do this through a system of registration on which aims to ensure that every person who wants to work or volunteer with children or vulnerable

  • should the death penalty be reinstated in the uk?

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    within 5 months he strikes again, twice, and now he set to serve another 35 years, he needed the death penalty. Although of this unfortunate incident, the majority of people on death row have indeed committed horrible crimes, for the most part rape and murder. They obviously need to pay for these crimes, but I feel like life in prison is a fit punishment. If we as a society support putting people to death, we are essentially stooping to the level of the criminal. Punishing death with death is hypocritical

  • Is the Death Penalty an Effective Deterrent?

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    article was to investigate the effects of the death penalty and the justification for the punishment. A key question the authors looked to answer was whether or not the participants arguments of what sentence to suggest to a person who committed a murder in the first degree effective in resulting in the death

  • Death Penalty: Killing Is Wrong

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    Killing is wrong. If you take someone else’s life in the United States of America you go to jail. Of course you must be proven guilty of that murder before being charged. It doesn’t matter where you live in almost every state, city and town if you kill someone you are looked down upon and you will suffer the consequences of that action. The question is, if murder is wrong then why is the death penalty okay? Is that setting a good example for society? If you kill someone then we kill you. How much sense

  • Capital Punishment

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    to a small number of criminal offences, principally, treason and premeditated murder. In the 38 U.S. states and within the federal government currently upholding and enforcing death penalty statutes, this method of punishment varies quite differently amongst them. It is a controversial issue

  • Plea Bargain

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    Brittany Rulli According to Timothy Sandefur’s In Defense of Plea Bargaining article, “a plea bargain is a contract with the state. The defense agrees to plead guilty to a lesser crime and receive a lesser sentence, rather than go to trial on a more severe charge where he faces the possibility of a harsher sentence.” We are also told in The New York Times Article; Federal Law on Sentencing is Unjust, Judge Rules that “about 97 percent of federal criminal convictions nationwide were

  • Juvenile Delinquency

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    indictment for first degree murder. Tate was offered a plea bargain for a guilty plea a few times, but his mother refused to accept it. Tate 's mother didn 't want to plead guilty because she believed her son that it was an accident. During the trial, the Tate 's defense tried to argue that the wrestling Tate watched on TV influenced him. The jury wasn 't convinced that it was an accident, because of the extent of Eunick 's injuries. Tate was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life in

  • Tomahl Cook vs Nj

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    was taken away from her at such a young age due to a sick human being. The experience of driving by where Katrina lived, where she was abducted, and where she was murdered was very moving. I found it very interesting to follow the trail of a murder as if I was on the case myself. The street where Katrina was abducted is a pretty busy street which is North Stevens St. in South Amboy. I could envision it at night how it could be

  • Aristotle & Mill on Capital Punishment

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    virtuous, as Aristotle would say. If somebody is guilty of murder, then life in jail is too mild of a punishment for the crime he committed. It goes the other way around too. If somebody is guilty of theft, then life in jail may be too hard of a punishment for that particular crime. Mill believes the only efficient punishment is one that is exactly equal to the crime. He doesn’t think a murderer should be allowed to live on with the potential to murder again. Another thing Mill focuses on is general responses