What are the most important constitutional amendments relating the policing, and why?
Learning Goal: I’m working on a law multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.For question 6 and 10 I attached the material and for the rest you can use a credible source for the rest of the question but if you see, you can respond to someone with your own words. I will be thankful Answer the following Criminal Justice questions in about 1 or 2 paragraphs:1.What are the most important constitutional amendments relating the policing, and why? In your answer, cite specific court cases and contemporary policing examples to support your point.2. Goldstein remarked that “If both legal mandates and public expectations are taken literally, and if the reality of the situations that the police confront is recognized, the demands on the police appear so contradictory that the police task is simply unworkable—an impossible mission.” What does he mean by this? In your answer, provide some contemporary examples of these contradictions.3.Define community policing, problem-oriented policing, and policing/predictive policing. Describe how these policing strategies differ from the standard model of policing and how they score on the two dimensions outlined by the authors – diversity of approaches (the content of practices) and level of focus (targeting of police activities). Given the research, what approach do you think would be most effective and why?4.What do you think about lifetime supreme court appointments, and why? In your answer, discuss how supreme court justices are appointed and the general functioning of the supreme court.5.Would you be able to represent a defendant accused of raping and murdering a child as a public defender? Why or why not? What if they told you they were guilty of the crime? In your answer, make sure to relate your response to topics mentioned in the reading.6.Do you agree with Butler’s proposal for racially-based jury nullification? Why or why not? In your answer, be sure to explain his proposal and how it works before outlining whether you agree/disagree with the proposal.7.Describe the main similarities/differences between community and institutional corrections. In your answer, be sure to incorporate material from the readings.8. Do you support the death penalty? Why or why not? In your answer, be sure to incorporate material from the readings.9. What does Platt mean when he says that the US is in a state of “pervasive institutional security & social insecurity”? In your answer, provide specific examples from the texts and contemporary examples in the news/media.10. Do you agree with Alexander’s description of the criminal justice system as “the new Jim Crow”? Why or why not? In your answer, be sure to explain her thesis about “the new Jim Crow” before outlining whether you agree/disagree with her.