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The Criminal Law Implications Of The Human Genome Project: Reimagining A Genetically Oriented Criminal Justice System, Steven I. Friedland Jan 1997

The Criminal Law Implications Of The Human Genome Project: Reimagining A Genetically Oriented Criminal Justice System, Steven I. Friedland

Kentucky Law Journal

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Crime Control And Harassment Of The Innocent, Raymond Dacey, Kenneth S. Gallant Jan 1997

Crime Control And Harassment Of The Innocent, Raymond Dacey, Kenneth S. Gallant

Faculty Scholarship

Crime control through law enforcement is generally considered to be a two-part process of appreĀ­hending and incapacitating or rehabilitating the guilty, and deterring the innocent from crime by the threat of punishment. The analysis presented here shows that the protection of the innocent from harassĀ­ment-detention, arrest, punishment, and other intrusions by the criminal justice system-is important in deterring crime. Specifically, the analysis shows that deterrence from crime is weakened and then lost for a rational individual who holds the majority attitude toward risk, if the levels of rightful punishment and wrongful harassment are increased, as in a war ...