By Floyd Weatherspoon
African-American men and the USA Justice method of Marginalization presents an summary of the commercial and social prestige of African-American men in the US, which keeps to become worse at an alarming cost. Weatherspoon posits that during each American institutional method, from delivery to loss of life, the adventure of African-American men to accomplish racial justice and fairness during this kingdom is neglected, marginalized, and exploited. the yankee justice method, specifically, has accepted and every so often sanctioned the marginalization of African-American men as complete voters. Weatherspoon examines the concept African-American men are disproportionately represented in each element of the felony justice process, and that the marginalization of African-American men in the US has a protracted and treacherous historical past that keeps to negatively effect their financial, political, and social prestige.
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S. Judges, Canon 2. ”89 These incidents support the suspicions held by African-American males that their rendezvous with the police have not occurred by chance, but instead because of the darkness of their skin and their gender. 0005 Racial Injustice in the Criminal Justice System white communities. Cities have engaged in a practice of stopping and ticketing blacks who enter the city, particularly black males. One of the most egregious selective enforcement cases involved George Murphy, an African-American male, who made the mistake of traveling to Reynoldsburg, Ohio, to meet a friend.
Even though the court expressed concerns that African-Americans may be targeted for searches at the airport, it nevertheless upheld the search as being lawful. Further, in United States v. ” Even with this evidence, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, nevertheless, affirmed the district court’s decision denying Weaver’s motion to suppress evidence obtained by the government when he was stopped. In affirming the lower court’s decision, the court of appeals acknowledged that had the decision to stop the African-American male been based solely on his race, the Constitution would have been violated.
S. General Accounting Office (“GAO”) issued a report indicating that due to “data limitation . . [it is] impossible to know how effective the Federal Sentencing Guidelines . . 129 In 1993, the Justice Department released a report which examined whether there were racial and ethnic disparities imposed on federal offenders before and after the guidelines became fully effective. The study found in part that: During 1986-1988, before full implementation of sentencing guidelines, white, black and Hispanic offenders received similar sentences, on average, in federal district courts.
African-American Males and the U.S. Justice System of Marginalization: A National Tragedy by Floyd Weatherspoon