The Concept of Justice
Professor Matthew, Loux
The Concept of Justice
The concept of justice is the quality of being just; rightness equitableness of moral righteousness, equitableness or moral rightness to uphold the justice of a cause. A person resolution of conflict between individuals that is right. How the concept of justice relates to the field of justice
In criminal justice you have to enforce laws and prevent crimes. The concept of justice you have to uphold what is right and do between people. The concept of justice relates to the field of criminal justice, because they work together to achieve fair outcomes in upholding the law for all people that it is involve in a situation. It should be applied when law enforcement officers is called out to a situation. They should listen to all persons involved in the situation. Gathering all information deciding what is fair and what is right according to the law. How can Kohlberg’s stages of moral development be applied to three types of criminals who are at different stages In level one a girl takes a piece of candy from the grocery store while with a parent. Later the parent finds out that she took the candy as for me being a parent I will take my child back to the store to return it. “The concepts of 'liability age' and 'capacity responsibility' have been widely dissected by researchers in various fields. However, their application to both criminal and tort liability of children remains inconsistent” Ferreira, N. (2008). I see a police officer and have the police officer talk to her my child about what could happen if my child steals or take anything from a store or a person. In level two if one of my teenagers is shoplifting with one of their friends I will questions her/ him about the new things they been having. I will talk to them about what could happen if they decide to steal anything else from the store or a person. I would let them...
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