Explain functions (in terms of goals and activities) of a historical state correctional system and functions of a contemporary state correctional system.
To assist you with this part, you could consider your textbook’s discussion of historical correctional systems. You may also consider state department of corrections websites and/or other relevant scholarly or credible resources.
Analyze criminal justice issues for corrections personnel and the constitutional rights of offenders relevant to punishment, rehabilitation, treatment, and supervision.
To assist you with this part, you could consider issues relating to administrative objectives and duties for corrections personnel and issues relating to constitutional rights of incarcerated persons.
Examine impacts of incarceration and social justice issues for at least one correctional institution in the case file and at least one private correctional institution.
For private institutions, you could draw on your textbook and/or other scholarly or credible sources that address privatization of corrections.
Examine cultural sensitivity and diversity awareness issues relevant to one or more of the following settings: jails, prisons, or community corrections.
ether or not Peter Lake made an offer to sell microphones to Pearly Soames depends on if it falls under the conditions of an offer. In order for an offer to be valid and binding, it must be clearly communicated, including definite terms. This includes the willingness of the offeror to enter into an agreement, the offeror’s intent to form a binding contract, and the explicit communication of the offer and the terms to the offeree. On February 17, Lake stated, “I will sell you ten microphones for $45 a piece.” Lake followed this offer by writing a note of it, stating, “Will sell to Pearly Soames 10 microphones @ $45/ea. Offer expires May 25. [signed] Peter Lake.” Lake clearly stated the offer and terms, and showed willingness and intent to form a contractual obligation. Soames was aware of the price of goods, and expiration of the offer. Thus, a valid offer was made by Peter Lake to sell ten microphones for $45 each to Pearly Soames. Lake and Soames Acceptance (Microphones) Whether Soames agreed to Lake’s offer for the sale of the microphones depends on the principals of acceptance. The acceptance of an offer may only be valid if it is express or implied directly to the offeror. It must fall within the prescribed time constraints, and acceptance must be absolute and unconditional. In this instance, Soames did not accept Lake’s offer immediately. The offer was made on February 17, and on May 20th, when Lake contacted Soames for a separate agreement, Soames communicated to Lake directly that he accepted the offer to purchase ten microphones for $45 each. The acceptance of this offer fell before the expiration, and was absolute and unconditional. Therefore, Soames agreement to Lake’s offer to purchase ten microphones for $45 each is valid and applicable. Lake and Soames Enforceability (Microphones) Whether Peter Lake can revoke his offer to sell the microphones to Soames is dependant on if a contract was formed prior to revocation. A contract is formed when one party, the offe>GET ANSWER