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  1. Debate: Resolved: The abuse of illegal drugs ought to be treated as a matter of public health, not of criminal justice. (2,452 bytes)
  2. Argument: Public calls for capital punishment must be met to uphold justice (2,122 bytes)
    4: ...pointed by a lesser ruling, develops a sense that justice has not been served. The Deontological "virtue" a...
    5: ...ce into their own hands, that a form of vigilante justice and anarchy may ensue, and that this is a reason ...
  3. Argument: Rejecting calls for capital punishment risks inciting vigilante justice (734 bytes)
    4: ...wn the seeds of anarchy - of self-help, vigilante justice and lynch law."
  4. Argument: Proportional justice risks justifying extreme punishment such as torture (3,432 bytes)
    15: ... do not burn the arsonist or rape the rapist? Our justice system does not provide for such punishments beca...
    18: ... do not burn the arsonist or rape the rapist? Our justice system does not provide for such punishments beca...
  5. Argument: Costs of capital punishment are irrelevant to justice (2,020 bytes)
    12: ...ious at best, this argument deserves no response. Justice isn't up for sale to the lowest bidder."
    15: ...tary costs are trumped by the importance of doing justice.
  6. Position:Clarence Thomas, US Supreme Court Justice, advocates "color-blind" policies (1,317 bytes)
    6: ...t benevolence, not pity, not sympathy, but simply justice. The American people have always been anxious to ...
  7. Argument: Plea bargains are a necessary way to relieve an over-strained justice system (2,554 bytes)
    5: ...em; it's unfair to a lot of people who want their justice done right now. So you do the best you can, becau...
    7: ...apse if every case that was filed in the criminal justice system were to be set for trial."
    11: *'''Buckle, Suzann R. Thomas. Bargaining for Justice: case disposition and reform in the criminal cour...
  8. Argument: Plea bargaining in exchange for testimony is the best way to achieve broader justice and desert (905 bytes)
    7: ... matter. This is a good example of broader social justice or due desert being achieved through plea bargain...
  9. Argument: Upholding justice trumps the benefits of plea bargains (1,432 bytes)
    6: ...ations.[http://decorabilia.blogspot.com/2007/10/mcjustice-and-plea-bargaining.html\]
  10. Resolved: In a democracy, civil disobedience is an appropriate weapon in the fight for justice (32,951 bytes)
    22: ...nst a commitment to nonviolence at the expense of justice, see Peter Gelderloos, [http://www.amazon.com/exe...
    32: ...ed on as a form of government unlikely to promote justice. In the [http://www.constitution.org/fed/federa1...
    36: ...r which it would be a justified form of political justice. For instance, many supporters of civil disobedi...
    55: ===Fight for Justice===
    56: ...o matter how well designed a political system is, justice will not always be the short term result of the p...
  11. Argument: The monarchy inspires justice, honor, and duty in Australia (735 bytes)
    5: ...s an important symbolic role too: as "fountain of justice and honour"; guardian of the integrity of the arm...
  12. Argument: Prisoner voting would undermine the public's sense of justice (935 bytes)
  13. Argument: ICC can balance need for justice and practical peace (2,374 bytes)
    5: ...playstory.cfm?story_id=12777952 "A middle way for justice in Sudan". The Economist. 11 Dec. 2008] - EVER si...
  14. Argument: US opposition to ICC impairs action and justice in Sudan (2,114 bytes)
    6: ...ainst thousands in lawless regions where national justice fails. The court, entering its seventh year of wo...
    9: ...stice_op_ed/ Eric Reeves. "Obama, Darfur, and ICC justice". Christian Science Monitor. 24 Nov. 2008] - The ...
  15. Argument: Guantanamo is inconsistent with American principles of justice (5,587 bytes)
    6: ...iny in a real court of law. It is a clear case of justice denied.
    16: ...laberson reported in The Times yesterday that the Justice Department had asked a federal appeals court to r...
    20: Perhaps the most outrageous of the Justice Department's proposals would allow government off...
    24: The Justice Department also said lawyers had no right to dema...
  16. Debate: Justice delayed is justice denied (3,217 bytes)
    4: === Is justice delayed justice denied? ===
    25: I would like to mention that only when justice is provided instantaneously the crime rates will ...
    26: people will hesitate to fight for justice...
    28: ...In this century everything is fast moving but why justice alone is delayed...
    29: ... perfect... so why there is a delay for providing justice..
  17. Argument: Instant replay ensures fan/player feelings of justice, over anger (1,143 bytes)
  18. Argument: Graduated response does not achieve any greater justice (1,004 bytes)
    5: ...e is a serious danger that justice, and access to justice, will be undermined."
  19. Argument: Detaining KSM after acquittal would undermine justice (489 bytes)
  20. Argument: Allowing 9/11 victims to see terrorists on trial helps justice (441 bytes)
    5: ...al pain, one of the advances in the U.S. criminal justice system is giving victims a place at trial and a c...

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  1. Debate: Assassination of a Dictator (58,310 bytes)
    53: ...tyrants guilty of terrorising their own people to justice, then assassination can be justified. And the exa...
    61: ... Milosevic on trial, and Saddam Hussein is facing justice in Iraq. The International Criminal Court now pro...
    117: *'''If tyrants can't be brought to justice, assassination is a good idea.''' Tyranny and opp...
  2. Duino 2007 (5,095 bytes)
    25: ...ic reparations for their country’s historical injustices]].
    29: ...uccessor governments ought to pursue transitional justice through truth and reconciliation commissions rath...
    53: ...ic reparations for their country’s historical injustices]].
    57: ...uccessor governments ought to pursue transitional justice through truth and reconciliation commissions rath...
  3. Debate: War in Afghanistan (20,517 bytes)
    28: ...ties and should be overthrown in the interests of justice and global peace.
  4. Debate: African Union (9,753 bytes)
    11: ...t is to have a pan-African parliament, a court of justice, a central bank and a shared currency. Already, t...
  5. Debate: Lowering sexual age of consent laws (16,287 bytes)
    48: ...nal sentence – to do it? It is contrary to both justice and common sense for people who have merely had c...
    51: ...utonomy. The argument that these laws may cause injustice to someone who truly thought his partner was abov...
  6. Debate: Anarchism (45,551 bytes)
    155: ..., there is the words of John Jay (the first chief justice of the Supreme Court), namely that "the people wh...
    161: ... in the interest of that minority), and courts of justice (established mainly for the defence of authority ...
    180: ...tional excess of feeling by the sight of social injustice and sorrow for others' sorrow.
  7. Debate: Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOS) (9,949 bytes)
    55: ...each along with another offence). This brings the justice system into disrepute. It doesn’t seem to matte...
    58: Of course, some ASBOs fail. But no aspect of the justice system has a 100% success rate, and by their natu...
    94: ...1111/interntionaldeba/104-5333130-0270319 Rougher Justice: Anti-social Behaviour and Young People] : Peter ...
  8. Debate: Attorney-Client Privilege (16,793 bytes)
    22: ...he attorney-client privilege uphold principles of justice? ===
    27: ...ive access to legal help, and therefore access to justice.
    34: ...too poor afford it. That is the true ‘access to justice’ problem in the legal system.
    64: ...lace – in other words, leading to the access to justice problem.
    88: ...r ‘public interest’ or ‘in the interests of justice’ balancing exceptions to the privilege. One suc...
  9. Debate: Random sobriety tests for drivers (27,134 bytes)
    30: ...al Constitution. The reasoning by six of the nine justices was that driving a car is a dangerous and regula...
    51: ... breach of rights.''' Dissenting US Supreme Court justices argued in a case that struck down an effort to b...
    53: ...ral of British Columbia and a member of the House justice committee: "I wouldn’t want the east side of Va...
    55: ... presumption that there is never a miscarriage of justice by the authorities. If we remove Charter protecti...
    79: ...fective than alternative measures.''' The federal Justice Department of Canada moved to implement Random Br...
  10. Debate: Is bribery ever acceptable? (10,898 bytes)
    23: ...r citizens who need medical service and access to justice.
    95: [[Category:Justice]]
  11. Debate: Cameras in courtrooms (16,965 bytes)
    11: ...nnel dedicated to showing footage of the criminal justice system. Famously, the whole of the murder trial o...
    26: ...nciple cannot properly be applied to the criminal justice system. Although the identity of alleged victims ...
    43: ...lic confidence in the judiciary and the system of justice as a whole. It is difficult to see how the public...
    46: ...dicts will not inspire confidence in the criminal justice system.
    76: ...rdicts would require a revolution in the criminal justice system. The jury would effectively have to be abo...
  12. Debate: Death penalty (106,184 bytes)
    1: ...urder, espionage, treason, or as part of military justice. In some countries sexual crimes, such as rape, a...
    12: ...urder, espionage, treason, or as part of military justice. In some countries sexual crimes, such as rape, a...
    18: ...ufficient punishment? Is the idea of proportional justice a slippery slope to abusive forms of punishment? ...
    22: ...ly or a public desires capital punishment to see "justice done", is it important for the law to grant these...
    45: ...sert: Are executions sometimes required to uphold justice/due desert? ===
  13. Debate: Graduated response antipiracy laws (35,827 bytes)
    60: ...e is a serious danger that justice, and access to justice, will be undermined."
  14. Debate: Capitalism vs socialism (112,994 bytes)
    52: ..._2?ie=UTF8&qid=1264531316&sr=1-2-catcorr Economic Justice and Democracy] by Robin Hahnel.
    169: ..._2?ie=UTF8&qid=1264531316&sr=1-2-catcorr Economic Justice and Democracy] by Robin Hahnel. For more analysis...
    188: ...against such abuses, which can range from minor injustices to full-blown human-rights violations.
    207: ..._2?ie=UTF8&qid=1264531316&sr=1-2-catcorr Economic Justice and Democracy] by Robin Hahnel for a more economi...
    221: ...fit and none will go without. This ensures social justice.
  15. Argument: Market prices do not reflect externalities (1,495 bytes)
    6: ..._2?ie=UTF8&qid=1264531316&sr=1-2-catcorr Economic Justice and Democracy] by Robin Hahnel
  16. Debate: Child Curfews (12,955 bytes)
    117: ...gov.uk/courts/orders/localchildcurfews.html Youth Justice Board: Orders: Local Child Curfews]
  17. Carbon Emissions: Cap-and-trade versus Carbon Tax (arguments) (22,183 bytes)
    180: ...de system better uphold democratic principles and justice? ===
  18. Debate: Strict punishment of child offenders (8,815 bytes)
    11: Juvenile justice is the area of criminal law applicable to persons...
    25: The primary purpose of a justice is the prevention of crime and the protection of ...
    78: ... Law Information Service: An Overview of Juvenile Justice]
    79: ...l Criminal Justice Reference Service – Juvenile Justice]
    83: ...eba/104-5333130-0270319 School Crime and Juvenile Justice] : Richard Lawrence
  19. Debate: Is a little corruption acceptable in developing countries? (10,293 bytes)
    54: ...able to the whole population, such as healthcare, justice and fair treatment from those in authority, corru...
  20. Debate: Detention on the grounds of mental illness (16,163 bytes)
    39: ...with DSPD fall through a gap between the criminal justice system and the healthcare system – they cannot ...
    129: ...ed structural problems which may lead to racial injustices in psychiatric diagnosis. Racial inequality in m...

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