POL 001 Evergreen Valley College Defendants and Victims Rights Discussion Questions

People suspected of committing a crime in the United States are afforded certain rights such as protection against unreasonable searches and seizures, protection against self-incrimination, the right to counsel, and protection against cruel and unusual punishment. Do those accused of crimes have too many protections? Should victims of crimes have more rights? If so, what should some of those rights be? In criminal cases, the victims aren’t even parties to the action; they are merely witnesses for the prosecution. Is this wrong? Should this system be changed? How do we best balance the right of a person to be “innocent until proven guilty” with victim’s rights?

Start with chapter 5 in book”Keeping the Republic” Christine Barbour Gerald C.Wright

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