Criminal Restraint

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Criminal Restraint

Criminal Law: Theories of Criminal Punishment Restraint

Introduction to Criminal Restraint

Some believe that the goal of punishment is restraint. If a criminal is confined, executed, or otherwise incapacitated, such punishment will deny the criminal the ability or opportunity to commit further crimes that harm society.” (1)


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Guide to Criminal Restraint

In this Section

In this Section, contents include, among others: Criminal Law, Criminal Law Purpose, Criminal Punishment Theories, Criminal Punishment Retribution, Criminal Deterrence, Criminal Restraint, Rehabilitation, Restoration, Criminal Punishment Conflicts Among Goals and Classification of Crimes.

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