posted by Amy on .
1. Specific deterrence differs from general deterrence in that the former:
A. seeks to discourage others from committing crimes.
B. is designed to prevent a particular offender from committing future criminal acts.
C. seeks to prevent violation of specific laws.
D. is aimed at obtaining social justice.
is it B
2. When the jail time spent awaiting trial is not counted as part of the final sentence, it is commonly referred to as:
A. "jail time."
B. "time served."
C. "dead time."
D. "post time.
i don't know this question my book doesn't have anything regarding this question please help
I agree with you answer for 1.
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