Can someone that's been diagnosed with mental illness get a career in criminal justice?
Yes it's possible. As with any job, and especially with criminal justice, make sure your condition is managed.
A proponent is someone who supports criminal justice or a criminal justice system. Read More
Is somebody with a history of mental illness in the family likely to suffer from it at any stage in life?
Yes, there is a statistical correlation that if someone in a family is diagnosed with a mental illness the probability is higher that others in the family will also have mental disorders (relative to a family with no known individuals with diagnosed mental illness). The cause of this correlation is unknown, but is believed to have both genetic and environmental contributions. Read More
Epilepsy is the name of the illness. Someone who has epilepsy gets seizures. Epilepsy is the tendency to get seizures. Someone who gets regular seizures can be diagnosed as having Epilepsy. Read More
A lawyer around 60,000 to 90,000 a year. Read More
There are several entry level jobs which are available for someone with an associate's degree in criminal justice. Among those jobs are police officer, corrections officer, and campus security officer. Read More
There are many treatments that are available for someone diagnosed with mesothelioma. Someone who is diagnosed with mesothelioma can have treatments such as surgeries and chemotherapy. Read More
Some criminal justice programs give the student a choice between a math or laboratory science. However, if the program does require a math it is typically no more than a college algebra. Read More
No one is a criminal until convicted in a court of law. Until someone is convicted, you have a victim and a defendant. At that point the victim is free to come and go. The defendant must put up bail or wait in jail. The criminal justice system is far more involved with the defendant than with the victim. The criminal justice system will provide the defendant with a lawyer. The victim does not need… Read More
One of the obvious jobs is a lawyer, or paralegal. Other jobs that one could attain with a criminal justice major include: correctional officer, police officer, probational officer, fish and game warden, or private investigator. Read More
Is there a test or someone you can talk to to diagnose and determine what mental disorder someone has?
If, by your question, you mean is there a way to determine whether someone is mentally ill secondhand, that is, by talking to a friend or relation of the person in question, then the answer is no. Mental illness can only be diagnosed through interviewing and testing the person in question directly. It is generally pretty easy to know when someone is in need of psychotherapy, but the only way to diagnose what the illness… Read More
A criminal. If it is serious enough we call them a felon. Added: ..... or, at the various stages of the criminal justice process: suspect - arrestee - defendant - inmate - etc. Read More
In The Bible, in the book of Matthew, chapter 7, where it says, "Do not judge", it doesn't stop there. It goes on to say, "because in the way that you judge, you will be judged." So we shouldn't accuse someone of something that we are doing. We also shouldn't judge someone if we don't have enough information. If a law-abididng citizen took a known criminal to court, and he was put in prison, that… Read More
Because he might have another illness that is causing his current symptoms. For example, if someone is severely depressed, then the person would (obviously) be diagnosed with depression. If, however, the person has a history of Bipolar II, then the person would probably have a diagnosis of Bipolar II instead. Read More
DNA is the genetic makeup of every human. It is VERY similar, but still different. It is original and unique to every person, therefore it can be used to identify someone. If i were to leave a strand of my hair (a DNA sample) someone could find out who i was through the strand of hair i left behind. It is useful in criminal justice because it can be used to identify a person in… Read More
The role of a criminal defense attorney is to represent someone who is facing criminal charges and to sift through the law to defend their client and achieve justice. Check out www.cmcdefense.com for more information. They represent a person facing criminal charges and use the law to fairly defend their client. See the below link for more information. Read More
Can a person remove you as executor of their will if they have been diagnosed with a mental illness such as dementia?
They certainly have the right to do what they wish. If they are suffering dementia, it might be a good idea to have someone trustworthy appointed as their guardian. Some one should also be appointed to protect their assets. Read More
Christians believe that God is love and justice, and justice is returning the crime to the criminal. Also, the Bible quote "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth" sugests that if someone takes a life, their life can also be taken. Read More
it varies from 3 years to 7 years. i know someone who lived for 7 years from when she was diagnosed. but i also know someone who was diagnosed 2 years ago and now is critically ill. Read More
Every 7 seconds someone is diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Read More
A definition of mental illness , is the person thinks they are someone else, or someone else is talking to them, in their imagination. It is a illness working on the mind. And please note it is only another form of illness like B.P. and nothing to be shunned from. Read More
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If your question relates to a minor/short term illness, then they will most probably know or feel sick and therefore tell you! With regards to chronic illnesses, which are not found or diagnosed earlier, dependent on the illness, there are many signs, such as, hair loss, change in skin tone, regular cold n flu symptoms, marks on the body, lethargy etc Read More
Would you advocate the same form of justice, should the perpetrator be a close family member, like a brother or a father? Answer==================================================== Is it moral? is it a good example of our criminal justice system? is it hypocritical? Also, what would it accomplish to put someone on death row? Read More
A criminal is someone that has been convicted of a crime. Once that has happened they are considered a criminal. Read More
it is research on a disease that someone might get diagnosed with Read More
What is a good career job for someone with an AA degree in criminal justice a BS degree in psychology?
A good career field to look into would be forensic psychology. As found on many shows this job field is growing. Read More
An illness and a injury are different in that an illness is a sickness and an injury is physical bodily harm. An example of an occupational injury can be someone breaking their arm at work. An occupation illness can be someone breathing in coal dust or some other type of chemical that can cause diseases or health disorders. Read More
A criminal is a lawbreaker or offender of the law; someone who has committed a crime. Read More
Every 4 min someone is diagnosed with Leukemia, Every10 Min Someone Dies From It. Read More
Yes. Take in account Hepatitis. It's a disease, but someone could be perfectly healthy otherwise. If someone has the flu at the same time that would be another story. Disease and illness are two different things. Also, an example is mental illness. This is an *illness* while hepatitis is a *disease*. So, yes, disease CAN exist in the absence of illness. Read More
A diagnosis of Epilepsy is given when someone has recurring seizures. Anyone can at any time have a seizure and then never have one again, but if someone gets regular seizures they are diagnosed as having Epilepsy. A diagnosis of Epilepsy is given when someone has recurring seizures. Anyone can at any time have a seizure and then never have one again, but if someone gets regular seizures they are diagnosed as having Epilepsy. A… Read More
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yes because anyone can get that disease Read More
Yes, someone close to me was just diagnosed with cancer in his arm. Read More
It is the same as for anyone else. Read More
if you kill someone or destroy property, you may have criminal proceedings. Read More
A person who aids a criminal is called an accessory. Read More
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