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Lecture 4

CRIM 102 Lecture 4: chapter 3 notes

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CRIM - Criminology
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CRIM 102
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Classical Period: Are most crimes planned or spontaneous? Both MALA IN SE: An act that is thought to be wrong in and of itself Murder Rape Carson Violence (child and animal abuse, domestic violence) MALA PROHIBITA: An act that is wrong only because it is prohibited. Prostitution Marijuana Underage drinking Speeding Cocaine (?) Heroin (?) The Demonic Era Good vs. Evil o Bubonic plague Early sources of criminal law 1. Code of Hammurabi: Oldest eye for an eye tooth for a tooth 2. Early roman law: how they attempted to have it written down 3. Common law: came from England during the middle ages, they king wanted it to be knowledgeable to everybody 4. Magna carta: from England, it deals with personal liberties Retribution: Barbaric duels Revenge-seeking Modern day example (gang violence) The Code of Hammurabi: Ruler of Babylon: 1792-1750 B.C. Code: Theft Property ownership (women and slaves) Sexual relationships Interpersonal violence Early Roman Law:
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