Three Part Assignment Regarding Victimology

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Essay #: 066622
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Three Part Assignment Regarding Victimology
Abstract
This paper is a three part assignment regarding victimology. The first part is a review of a hypothetical case of an abusive husband and his battered wife and molested daughter’s reticence in testifying against him, the question posed is how the prosecutor can proceed. The second part concerns the plea bargain arrangement for a elderly drunk driver involved in a fatal motor vehicle accident and the rights of the victim are explored. The final part is an analysis of the FBI crime report with regards to Charleston, West Virginia.
Part 1.
The case of the People v. Mr. Smith is one of those that the oath of the prosecutor to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and West...
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