physical force is a justifiable method of punishing children

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  • Why Is It Wrong To Punish Thought?

    ..., brainwashing, and forced medication), of which the ban on ... passed in trying and punishing each other for offenses which ... an action has direct physical effects? This explanation ... intrusive investigative methods[,].. good evidence of [such] ... involving real children on account of the harm done to ... mental intrusion is justifiable, that might be thought to entail ...

  • Constitutional law in an age of proportionality.

    ... even minor permanent physical invasions as per se takings for ... families with dependent children that had the effect of giving ... bans only particular methods of punishment and not excessive ... underlies the legitimating force of consent also implies limits ... is reasonable and justifiable in an open and democratic ... constitutionality of punishing membership in an organization ...

  • 540 U.S. 93 (2003), 02-1674, McConnell v. Federal Election Commission

    ... the same corrupting forces. Indeed, the evidence shows that ... through their minor children to circumvent contribution ... as it went, an effective method of stopping the evils aimed at ... of Levin funds are justifiable anti-circumvention measures. ... economic reprisals or physical threats as a result of the ...33, §§ 1, 4, 7 (punishing printers, importers, and ...

  • National Standards To Prevent, Detect, and Respond to Prison Rape

    The Department of Justice (Department) is issuing a final rule adopting , as required by the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA). In addition, the Department is requesting comment on one issue relating to staffing in juvenile facilities. Further discussion of the final rule is found in the Executive Summary.

    ... of the penalogical sic, physical, mental, medical, social, and ... adoption of innovative methods to protect inmates from harm. As ... acts involving injury, force, or high incidence. Next, ... housing, effectively punishing youth for their LGBTI status. ... of violence against children through the relevant agency, ... practitioner, is justifiable in light of the anticipated ...

  • Time-bars: RICO-criminal and civil-federal and state.

    ..., (498) but weakened its force by "justly and wisely" applying ... sexually and physically abused him. (606) Anneewakee ... to him or his wife, children[,] or servants, or estate[,] ...the distinction is justifiable,.. the fact that some cases .. ...) Society can justify punishing reformed individuals based on ...'hot' courts, the Socratic method comes storming back at you with ...

  • Medical or recreational marijuana and drugged driving.

    ..., if one car almost forces another automobile off the ... finger or pronouncing "Methodist Episcopal" without a lisp. (122) ... these circumstances, punishing someone for a positive THC ... is minimal and is justifiable because of the officer's need to ... that he will be physically able to drive. This proposal ... Colorado, the number of children sent to an emergency room for ...

  • Housing over handcuffs: the criminalization of homelessness in Hungary.

    ... homelessness by positive methods. (7) The Hungarian government ..., and investment in children. (133) . The EU Resolution on ... (135) The treaty came into force on July 1, 1999. (136) It ...(150) Punishing essential survival acts of the ... that it was a justifiable and necessary measure in ... addressing mental and physical health needs common among rough ...

  • Leniency as a miscarriage of race and gender justice.

    A. Method . Anti-formalism is one of the ... factually innocent, punishing the sympathetic, and assessing ..., invariably vulnerable children and other law abiding white ... his or her ground and meet force with force, including deadly ... arrest in cases of "physical injury"); HAW. REV. SWAT. ... deadly force is not justifiable .. unless the actor believes ...

  • 79 F.3d 790 (9th Cir. 1995), 94-35534, Compassion in Dying v. State of Wash.

    ...Anti-Euthanasia Task Force.         Katrin E. ... interests changes as physical, medical, or related ... suicide was often justifiable. He suggested that if life ... 4. Effect on Children, Other Family Members, and Loved ... we reach but with our method of constitutional analysis. ... (1) not criminally punishing suicide itself, 14 but instead ...

  • 430 U.S. 651 (1977), 75-6527, Ingraham v. Wright

    ... of appreciable physical pain. Freedom from bodily ... punishment of school children. The teacher and principal must ... has long been an accepted method of promoting good behavior and ... as a means of punishing criminal offenders, 15 the ... but not excessive force to discipline a child. 19 ... viewed it as "justifiable or lawful." Id. at *453; 3 ...

  • WHY A PRESIDENT CANNOT AUTHORIZE THE MILITARY TO VIOLATE (MOST OF) THE LAW OF WAR.

    ...Congress, the Armed Forces, and the 886 Commander-in-Chief ... municipal crimes punishing all acts in the context of an ... using such forces or methods. (297) He clarified that "the ... of a legal duty is justifiable. Thus executing a person ..., a soldier who uses physical force to detain an individual on ... were men, women, and children resembling bin Laden's family ...

  • 408 U.S. 238 (1972), 69-5003, Furman v. Georgia

    ...Instead they adopted the method of forthrightly granting juries ... will often entail physical suffering. See Weems v. United ... of our practice of punishing criminals by death, for the ... of the motive forces of human conduct, which are the ... the father of five children when he discovered that Furman ... good or morally justifiable is that someone has broken the ...

  • TECHNOLOGICAL INCARCERATION AND THE END OF THE PRISON CRISIS.

    ...The principal method we employ to deal with serious ... right to sexual and physical security is diminished. Further, ...' liberty, thereby punishing them and preventing them from ... impact on his or her children. A recent report by David ... to achieve these two justifiable objectives of incarcerating ... police officers' use of force results in fatalities, and ...

  • 515 U.S. 472 (1995), 93-1911, Sandin v. Conner

    ... Process Clause of its own force, nonetheless imposes atypical ...215. The methodology used in Hewitt v. Helms, 459 ... misconduct" for using physical interference to impair a ...Although children sent to public school are .... . justifiable reasons exist"). But, I disagree ... the criminal law punishing draft evasion through the back ...

  • DESERTS, DETERMINACY, AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUVENILE COURT.

    ... place, however, and children became viewed as those who have ... and juvenile sentence methods. (28) Blended sentencing laws .... The Task Force on Juvenile Justice and ..., emotional, mental, and physical welfare as well as the safety of ... rest of the world in punishing juveniles differently). . (42.) ... find philosophically justifiable, modification of the child's ...

  • Part two: case summaries by major topic.

    ... officials used excessive force against him while responding to ... prison's change in the method for dispensing HIV medication ... to harm him physically, rushed at him, pointed a finger ... damages was justifiable and the detention of the ... have understood that punishing the inmate for the unflattering ... of the inmate's minor children brought a [section] 1983 action ...

  • Code, Nudge, or Notice?

    Regulators are increasingly turning to means other than law to influence citizen behavior. This Essay compares three methods that have particularly captured the imagination of scholars and officials in recent years. Much has been written about each method in isolation. This Essay considers them together for the first time in order to generate a novel normative insight about the nature of...

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  • Juvenile Justice: The Fourth Option

    The current eclectic mix of solutions to the juvenile-crime problem is insufficiently conceptualized and too beholden to myths about youth, the crimes they commit, and effective means of responding to their problems. The dominant punitive approach to juvenile justice, modeled on the adult criminal justice system, either ignores or misapplies current knowledge about the causes of juvenile crime...

    ... way, the most efficient method of recognizing that lesser ... is reducing crime, not punishing it. The public and legislators ... were as inapplicable to children as they would be to idiots." 17 ... find out what he is, physically, mentally, morally..?" 23 From ... juvenile justice is justifiable, it is not because juveniles are ... for whom the deterrent force of the criminal law is likely to ...

  • "LIKE A WITHERED TREE, STRIPPED OF ITS FOLIAGE": WHAT THE ROE COURT MISSED AND WHY IT MATTERS.

    ... with their unborn children .. are faced with making a ... additional offspring, may force upon the woman a distressful ...Mental and physical health may be taxed by ... of abortion, as the methods used to induce a miscarriage, ... well succumb to its punishing consequences upon reaching the ... small extent, or how justifiable, it may seem to herself. (116) ...

  • The search for rapists' "real" motives.

    ... to some extent methodological boundaries. To develop this ... interest in very young children), men guilty of incest, and ... the onslaught of these forces within himself." (44) . Even ... plausibly explained by physical desire, without positing that ... the criticisms were justifiable and some were not; the cogency ...LAWRENCE, PUNISHING HATE: BIAS CRIMES UNDER AMERICAN ...

  • Pregnancy, Poverty, and the State.

    ... such as eugenics and forced sterilization. (44) This is more ... do not want and to bear children they do not desire to have, it ..., of miles to flee physical abuse in her home and country, ...--as in the sense of punishing women simply because they are ... served as a primary method to exert state control over ... dignity for no justifiable governmental reason."). . (95.) ...