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South Carolina Bail Laws

1. Applicable Statutes. A. CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1976 ANNOTATED TITLE 38.  INSURANCE CHAPTER 53. BAIL BONDSMEN AND RUNNERS. B. CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1976 ANNOTATED TITLE 17.  CRIMINAL PROCEDURES CHAPTER 15. BAIL AND RECOGNIZANCES. 2. Licensing Requirements for Agents. A. CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1976 ANNOTATED TITLE 38. … Continue reading South Carolina Bail Laws

Various Crime Theories

I am going to briefly discuss Control Theories, and then look at how control theory is both similar and different than social learning theory and strain theory. Control theories characterize a vast group of theories that attempt to explain crime by looking at factors external to the person that prevent them from engaging in anti-social… Continue reading Various Crime Theories

Technology

Technology has been advancing in a lot of different areas over the years, and with it has come a lot of change.  Also, some of this newer technology has had a huge impact on the criminal justice system including the prison system.  For example, many prisons have recently implemented facility monitoring. Through the use of… Continue reading Technology

Social Learning Theory

Social learning theory identifies parents, friends, the media, and other role models as potential causes of crime (Beaver). From personal experiences in my own life Social Learning Theory seems like a solid theory as to why some people end up committing crimes. I knew some people in my high school that hung out together, and… Continue reading Social Learning Theory

Social Disorganization Theory

Social disorganization theory which emerged as the United States entered the 20th century was a vision that suggested that crime like other behaviors was a social product (Lilly et. al, 2011). At that time this was a departure from most criminological theories because it moved away from searching for the causes of crime from within… Continue reading Social Disorganization Theory