Maladies of victims of human trafficking: time for our public justice system to be awakened.

Human trafficking is defined as Whoever, for the purpose of exploitation, (a) recruits, (b) transports, (c) harbours, (d) transfers, or (e) receives, a person or persons, by— using threats, or using force, or any other form of coercion, or by abduction, or by practising fraud, or deception, or by abuse of power, or by inducement, … More Maladies of victims of human trafficking: time for our public justice system to be awakened.

The Deterrence Debate: Certainty of Punishment or Higher Punishment

In crimes involving extreme brutality and heinousness, we all will agree that the offender ought to be strictly punished under the law of the land. This will ensure that such offenses are not repeated by him or by others in society. Assuming that we agree on the above statement that appropriate punishments deter crime, we … More The Deterrence Debate: Certainty of Punishment or Higher Punishment