CRMJ 410 Week 4 Assignment

CRMJ 410 Week 4 Assignment

Author: Minh Reed


Chapter 9: Alcohol and Drug Offenses
Questions for Thought and Discussion
2. Is requiring a person suspected of driving while intoxicated to submit to a blood-alcohol test a violation of the Fifth Amendment prohibition against compulsory self-incrimination?
4. What are the typical difficulties facing prosecutors in drug possession cases?
Chapter 10: White-Collar and Organized Crime
Questions for Thought and Discussion
2. What is the federal constitutional authority for enacting (a) antitrust and wire fraud laws? (b) Postal offenses? (c) Securities laws? (d) Bankruptcy laws?
5. Why does the rationale for federal antitrust and securities laws require the availability of both civil and criminal sanctions?
6. What criminal offenses described in Chapters 5 through 9 can be committed by using a computer?
Chapter 11: Offenses against Public Health and the Environment
Questions for Thought and Discussion
1. Are criminal sanctions essential to the effective enforcement of food, drug, and cosmetic laws?
8. Where smoking is prohibited by law in workplaces, restaurants, and bars, should violations be treated as civil or criminal infractions? What, if any, exceptions should be provided in such laws?

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