Do you consider the criminal justice system fair to all: minorities, genders, socioeconomic classes, and people of different sexual orientations? Explain either why you do or why you do not. QB
The Criminal Justice system was made to be fair to all, but throughout the years the Criminal Justice System has changed in my eyes. I do not agree that the Criminal Justice System is now fair to all minorities; gender and socioeconomic class. I feel it unfairly targets people of color, as well as people who do not come from much wealth, it is also inconsiderate to gender as well as men who are sentenced to longer prison terms than women for the same crimes.
No I do not think the criminal justice system is fair to all minorities, although it is not directly prejudice against people of color or people who are poorer. However the law enforcement agency discriminate against people of color that is known as minorities who are more likely to commit more crimes. The criminal justice system is based on our history and works for all people. Although it appears to not punish certain people in certain cases. The law often seems unfair and biased to some.
I feel as though the law looks at a person differently if they have a higher education other than a high school diploma verses someone who has dropped out of high school. If a person who from comes a background of wealth can and will most likely to buy their way out of a situation, meaning they can afford a really good attorney to help build and fight their case that could prevent them from going to jail. Where on the other hand a person who comes from a poor background would have to settle with a district attorney that is appointed to them who can possibly care less what happen to them and just offer what the D.A wants to give them.
It is no coincidence that an overwhelming majority of the nation’s inmate population comes from lower socioeconomic status communities....
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