Based on the recent lesson, mytheory addresses the fact that everybody has come across anytime theymake conduct with law enforcement officers, the factor about whethera person is guilty or innocent in the present situation, that issueis debated upon with many other judgmental matters(Altman,Douglas G 2011).This happens even after putting into consideration that a lot ofpeople have different opinions about certain laws and beliefs. Mytheory hence states that everyone is guilty until proven innocent.This is based on the fact that in this generation, nearly 85% of theworld’s population breaks the law every day (Fisher,Ronald Aylmer. 2014)in the form of petty crime like bribery, petty stealing, trespassing,social abuse and many others. They also commit other crimes likerobbery with violence, hijack, terrorism and many others(Fisher,Ronald Aylmer. 2014).The basis of this theory is that nearly everyone in the world in oneway or the other is a criminal is just that they have not formed outyet (Altman,Douglas G 2011).Hence no one should be accorded innocent until the law has proven himor her to be innocent. By publishing this theory, nations should havea simple time in catching criminals because these criminals will notbe covered with the ‘innocence’ thoughts. Furthermore, theapproach will make sure that the law enforcement officers, who arebiased on issues about the integrity of political, religious orinfluential people in the society, will be unbiased and will beinvolved in running order keeping across the nation. I unequivocallyoppose the earlier statement that states that everyone is innocentuntil proven guilty because the innocence of a person is not an issueto be assumed. The law gives out punishment to those who breaks ithence they should be vigorous on implementing them to the lawbreakers(Altman,Douglas G 2011).My theory will work in close collaboration with the rest of the lawenforcement body mostly detectives. Since the investigators areclosely related to finding the criminal aspect from every person,using this theory, they will be aware of the traits of differentpeople and will understand whenever people from different backgroundpretend to be innocent, yet they are guilty. In conclusion, Iformulated this theory with the single thought of having peoplepretend to be innocent because theories state that they are. Withthis approach in place, people can’t pretend to be innocent becausethey are all guilty and must be proven innocent by the law, so theydon’t keep it to themselves that they are innocent.
To demonstrate the validity ofmy theory, I tried to collect some data from other people to inducethe different opinion of different people. First, I gave outquestionnaires whereby I was explaining the theory and then left theindividuals to write down their views on the theory. Secondly, Iinvolved a couple of people in direct interviews just to acknowledgetheir thoughts about my approach. From the opinions given, I wroteout a sketch of the theory stands against or for it. In thisassignment, I used questionnaire method in collecting data (Gold, C,2016) because the opinions of most people are always placed on paper,and it is in this approach that individuals will be free to givetheir views without fear of anything against them. This method alsowill result in critical data analysis because it is written which maybe referenced to at any time, I felt like it gave the sense of notbeing biased to personal outcomes of the theory whenever I analyzethe data. Also, about my theory, I needed individuals to write downtheir opinions in this way I may provide proof to anyone who doubtsmy research. Moreover, I used the interviewing method to collect databecause by using this method, it was going to be proven to me ifindividuals are free to express their opinion about the relevantissue in the society today. I wanted to get the views of differentpeople from different age and background. Doing so would assist me toformulate an analysis based on both the gender and age of theindividual, by this, I would be able to acknowledge the type ofpeople against my theory and those who thinks that it is applicablein the present society. Using both questionnaire and interviewingmethod, I sought to find out on the data that combines both thewritten and spoken opinions of different people. This is relevant asit gives a line of truth and false and also shows on the issues thatpeople are afraid to express either verbally or written. Using thisdata, I might also be able to know the age range of individuals whothink that the laws should be tighter to fight crime and those howjust don’t care about it. It is relevant to create security topeople at different times and to make them aware of dangers that mayarise if they don’t ensure that their level of safety has been met(Fisher,Ronald Aylmer. 2014).These types of data collection will be very helpful when analyzingthe data because the conclusion would need a clearly analyzed data.It would also save time when going through the data as it is evidentand fast to read and interpret.
The theory is so much relevantto the present law, and it uses knowledge of both law and order inbeing relevant to different situations. Over the time the thought ofhaving everyone being innocent is what, according to me has made manycrimes committed to people fail to get justice and the criminals failto be reprimanded every single time they commit a crime. According tothe data, I collected (Gold, C, 2016), it is clear that many peopleare against the contemporary statement theory that acknowledgespeople as innocent before the law and must be proven guilty. Thesepeople of the current generation hope that the law might use theargument and make the society safe. Furthermore, the people saw theneed to change the current approach if it meant to reprimand morecriminals. About the collected data, I would wish to conduct a dataanalysis to define the need for the theory of the society altogether.By the use of graphs that explain precisely the people who think thatthis argument should be made liable to the society and the nation atlarge. Over the present situation, a calculated resolved estimationproves that by inducing this theory, an enormous amount of criminalswho have not been found will be found. Some people, however, thinksthat applying this approach only to the prominent individuals in thesociety who are mostly not reprimanded about their deeds or powersand authority in the community will also be victims or guiltinessuntil they are proven innocent (Fisher,Ronald Aylmer. 2014).To evaluate the merits of this theory, I analyzed the data given andcame to an acknowledgment that most of the people who have opinionsthat supported the theory saw its benefits. If this theory ispublished and applied, the law enforcement officers will have theirwork simplified. This would be because they will be having a list ofsuspects who were all liable to committing crimes at the presentstate and conditions. Hence there would be fewer acts whereby peopledon’t reach to an agreement about a case, or a case is dropped dueto lack of suspects (Gold, C, 2016). This theory will best covercrime such as rape, bribery, corruption, embezzlement of funds andstealing from break-ins and blackmailing. These crimes are mostlyinvolved with the act of pretense from the criminals, whereby theoffenders, knowing that laws protect them, pretend to be veryinnocent yet in a real sense they are the criminals.
In conclusion, this theorywill be the most appropriate method to eliminate this kind of crimes,and since a lot of people nowadays prefer safety and when a crime iscommitted, they prefer justice to those that did it (Fisher,Ronald Aylmer. 2014).This theory will help in all law enforcement situations.
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