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  • Voice In The Law
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    An ideal society is a society that is a democracy with limited government. It's not always the best form of government but it's a great one in most cases. There must be strict laws that everyone must follow including the government officials. In the country there must be a harsh punishment for a little crime. Everyone will have a voice in what and when they choose to. Not everyone will always be happy. To have a command over the people of the country you need to have a government with limited po...
  • Drug
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    Lowell Police My independent project was done on a whimsical basis. It's thanksgiving eve and my family and I are all gathered around watching football. The Redskins and Cowboy's are all tied up, and my uncle is on the verge of having a nervous breakdown. A diehard Cowboys fan, who can't even remember when was the last time he didn't bet on a game. Mom and dad are still eating, while my aunt recites a thanksgiving song for all the uninvited guests. The door bell rings, and what do you know it's ...
  • Average Federal Drug Offense Sentence
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    Throughout U. S governmental history, policies have been known to affect the way of life and every aspect. The topic it choose to research is about "The War on Drugs", the impact policies have on society and if it does help the public or tend to extent social inequality. This topic is very important to me in the sense that, I look at the community I live and see how drugs have affected people lifes, broken up families and also destroyed the community itself. I wanted to know if the "war on drugs...
  • Drug Offender In Prison
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    "Rockefeller Drug Laws" In May of 1973, New York's Governor, Nelson Rockefeller, made a set of strict anti-drug laws for the state legislature. The purpose of these laws was to stop the drug abuse epidemic that was occurring in New York during the early 1970's. It was the most severe law in the nation; the drug laws were to punish those who possessed and sold heavy amounts of narcotics like cocaine and heroine and to hold them in custody for the amount they possessed or sold. For example, if the...
  • Rockefeller Drug Law Reform
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    It's been two years since Gen. Barry McCaffrey, the nation's drug czar under the Democratic Clinton administration, urged reform of the state's harsh Rockefeller Drug Laws. During that time, much in the debate has changed, but one constant remains: The Rockefeller statutes are still on the books, as Draconian as ever, and still in need of urgent reform. In 1999, Gen. McCaffrey found himself in an alliance with Gov. Pataki in urging reform, even though the governor dismissed the general's positio...
  • Legalization Of Illegal Drugs
    753 words
    Americas number one problem seems to be their issue on drugs, nobody can honestly say that they have never seen or heard of someone using an illegal drug. This problem is on the rise according to a national statistic (According to samhsa. gov). In the juxtaposition of 1995 through 2000, the drug use rate has skyrocketed. Drug users have now found a new resource known as PMA, which infiltrates the nightclubs of Orlando. Recently two students at UCF have died from another drug known as ecstasy. If...

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