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Canadian Criminal Justice System
Words: 1541 Length: 5 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: 36115795
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One of the crucial criminal-law appeals is R v. Le, which brings up questions about the kind of privacy interests protected under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ Section 8. This section protects against the police’s ability to search an individual or property without a warrant. How we, as civilians, interpret our relationships with the police is greatly subjective. Understanding police relations is caused by factors such as those close to us, past experiences, gender, economic and social class, race, and age. Where there is an arbitrary detention problem under section 9 of the Canadian Charter, these subjective encounters are interpreted by a court for determining whether there was detention or not. The Canadian court case decision R v Le 2019 SCC 34 was important in understanding the police’s relationships, which are context-informed, and modify the objective assessment of the Charter’s section 9 arbitrary detention.
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Singer, A. J., Chouhy, C., Lehmann, P. S., Walzak, J. N., Gertz, M., & Biglin, S. (2019). Victimization, fear of crime, and trust in criminal justice institutions: A cross-national analysis. Crime & Delinquency, 65(6), 822-844. . Article by Steph brown October 29, 2019.

Reflecting and Analyzing Justin Trudeaus Qualities
Words: 2524 Length: 8 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: 70678215
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What is impressive about Justin Trudeau?
Politics represents vision as well as process. Image, after all, is defined as what one is rather than what one wishes others to think of oneself. Vision drives public policy. Justin Trudeau interests us owing to his vision, value system, guiding behavioral standards and grand ideas (including his ideas defining the people of Canada and molding their identity, and his desire to share ideas with the public, which will fuel reform to serve citizens’ interest). Citizens desire to, and must, know whether Trudeau is sincere and committed or whether his words are mere empty musings (McDonald 2013).
Trudeau must delineate the direction he desires citizens to follow, akin to his father while suggesting the simple yet wonderful idea of Just Society. Just Society instilled a sense of identity among the people, making them proud of themselves as Canadians, and ensuring honesty and fairness. The…

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