Malala Yousafzai: Activist and Female Education

“We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced.” -Malala Yousafzai (quotes.thefamouspeople.com). Malala Yousafzai is a well-known education activist who fights for children, mainly girls, all around the world so they can get an education. She grew up in and around school because her father is a teacher and an education advocate…

Best Practices in Community Correctional Assessment

Introduction The criminal justice system and the United States law enforcement, has embraced community corrections, because of its impact in assisting the incarcerated persons in their transition back to the society. The aim of introducing community correction was to serve as an alternative to imprisonment for those serving their jail term but has reformed or…

Essay: The Birth of the State and the Emergence of the Modern State

The state represents one of the fundamental topics of the political science. Its analysis in terms of functions, nature, origins and relationship which it must have with the social world, became the subject of reflection for political thinkers since the first manifestations of this type of analysis. Referring to the construction of Europe and to…

Courtroom Procedure: Witness or the Accused

Witnesses, and possibly the accused, are the people who have seen or experienced the event in question. Their task is to answer the lawyers’ questions to the best of their abilities and provide testimony/evidence. They must answer clearly and truthfully so that the judge/jury can understand what really happened and make an informed decision. Witnesses:…

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: Section 11

Section 11 of the Charter guarantees every individual certain rights when they are charged with a criminal offence. Section 11 applies to all types of offences (criminal, quasi-criminal, and regulatory offences). Section 11 protects individuals who find themselves involved in the criminal justice system, from the moment they are charged until their matter is resolved.…