100% Original Work.
Graduate Level Writing Required.
DUE: Sunday, June 12, 2020 by 5pm Eastern Standard Time.
Background: Views on justice impact many areas of criminal justice, including the concepts of fairness, equality, and impartiality, and influence the ethical standards you apply in various situations in the field. Your views on justice and how you act in situations will affect the opinions others have of you in the communities you serve. Views on justice also impact actions taken and decisions made that affect the wider population.
Write a 1,150- to 1,400-word paper describing the origins of the concept of justice and how you believe they are defined today.
Include the following:
-Explain Aristotle’s ethical ideas of distributive and procedural justice.
-Compare substantive justice and procedural justice, including how procedural justice impacts wrongful convictions and moral perceptions of racial discrimination, such as the Central Park Five and the story of Brian Banks, a former football star.
-Explain how you understand justice as defined by today’s modern criminal justice agencies. Include reasoning and examples in your explanation to support your opinion.
Include at least four additional scholarly reference.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Must Be Graduate Level Writing
100% Original Work