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Should there be judgment on campuses (no) or in a court of law (yes)?

  • Judgment should be reserved for a court of law.

    Courts of law are where we as a society have decided we will be judged for our actions. The law of the land should not change because of where an offense takes place. A crime is a crime and universities should be required to hold their students to the same criminal standards as everyone else.

  • Judgements should be on campuses not in a court of law

    Judgments should be on campuses not in a court of law. We have too many cases already pending in a court of law and some minor cases could be disputed on the campuses. If minor incident occurred and the police are already on the campus, then the dispute or minor incident could be solved there instead of taking it to a major court.

  • Both have their place

    I there is a place for judgment on campus in certain cases, but the serious matters belong in a
    court of law. The courts are better prepared to handle serious matters and are probably more likely to arrive at a decision free from bias. Matters handled internally are often affected by people's feelings.

  • No, judgments should be left to the court system.

    Judgements of crimes on campuses should be left to the court system in America. Campus judicial systems are not regulated and sometimes do not have an appeal process. The United States Constitution sets up a strong judicial system that has been around for many years. Why would we ever think that a campus judicial system could ever be capable of fulfilling the duties of the American Court system?

  • I think both have their place

    I there there is a place for judgment on campus in certain cases, but the serious matters belong in a court of law. The courts are better prepared to handle serious matters and are probably more likely to arrive at a decision free from bias. Matters handled internally are often affected by people's feelings.


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