Discuss the maxim: “it is better that ten guilty persons shall go free than that one innocent person should suffer” in relation to the due process model of the criminal justice system. (Basic Choices in the Psychological Study of the Law)

C1Contrast the crime control model and the due process model. (Basic Choices in the Psychological Study of the Law)Discuss the maxim: “it is better that ten guilty persons shall go free than that one innocent person should suffer” in relation to the due process model of the criminal justice system. (Basic Choices in the Psychological Study of the Law)Define profiling. Describe the evidence presented in Chapter 1 that suggests that profiling occurs. (Basic Choices in the Psychological Study of the Law)C2Describe the adversarial system of justice. How does it differ from the inquisitorial approach? (The Adversarial System)Give an example of a situation in which the law is inconsistent with typical views of morality. (Legality Versus Morality)According to Chapter 2, there are three ways in which jurors’ basic notions of what is just and fair (“commonsense justice”) tends to differ from the “law on the books.” What are these differences?These can just be sentences. But it has to be in essay form.