A criminal only wants to prove that his intentions were not to kill, or he was not the cause of the harm. Most offenders prove to be insane and are thus acquitted of their crime.
3. Review the rights granted to us under the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 8th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Provide of examples of how agents of the CJS overlook the rights of citizens.
The 1st amendment prohibits impeding religion and protects the right to speech . the 4th amendment gives the protection against unreasonable arrests and searches, while the 5th amendment assures that a person cannot be deprived of his property, liberty or life without due law process, prohibits double jeopardy and protects one from incriminating himself. The 6th amendment guarantees speedy trial, right to lawyer, right to challenge witnesses, right to a jury trial, and right to a public trial. The 8th amendment prohibits excessive fines and bails and protects offenders against cruel handling.