THE DYNAMICS OF COURTHOUSE JUSTICE
1. Read Chapter 120 - 145.
i. Answer question 4 in Critical Thinking Questions on page 145. Answer may vary. Sample answer provided below.
“In Barker v. Wingo, the Court stressed the legitimate reasons for the 16 trial continuances. But is there a danger that prosecutors might illegitimately seek continuances?”
Answer: No, I don’t believe there is a danger that prosecutors may illegitimately seek continuances, because yes there is always a grave chance that both the prosecutors and defense attorneys will try to exploit or override the system to their party’s advantage. With this in mind it is required that anyone seeking a …show more content…
Answer: No, I have never experienced biased behavior by lawyers, judges, or other personnel.
If you are troubled by using individual reports to make the case for gender bias, what alternative methods would you use to study the problem?”
Answer: If I was troubled by using individual reports to make the case for gender bias, I would just address bias period, whether it be race, sex, color etc. If it had to be explained in my topic that it were gender bias than I would personal examples to avoid exploding others. This is the method I would take to prevent the hurt while also