Decision Point : Real-Life Ethical Dilemmas in Law by Jeffrey L. Green Ph.D.

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427). We are creatures of habit, and habits can be formed and unformed through learning and action. 12 D ecisi o n P o in t A primary criticism of virtue-based ethics is that it does not provide clear guidance on how to act in the presence of a moral dilemma. The lack of moral rules is the main concern, but also problematic is the ambivalence to the primacy of one virtue over the other. When virtues are in conflict, which one should prevail? Advocates would offer that this approach asks a much more relevant question: What sort of person should I be?

The lieutenant and I did not have the best relationship during that time, but we were professional and cordial to each other. Many times I almost asked him where things were, but I always chose to let sleeping dogs lie. About 3 months after the incident in the parking lot, the senior sergeant I had talked to after the altercation with the lieutenant stopped by my house with a basketball and beer. As we started shooting hoops in the backyard, he told me he had heard some news related to the Wilkins situation.

Normally, she would have brought the report to me, but since she finished it after midnight, she gave it to the midnight sergeant. Both Wilkins and I were off for the following 3 days. One of my fellow sergeants called me at home on day 3 of my break. “Hey, the lieutenant is out of his mind about Wilkins not submitting the follow-up report on that gas drive-off. ” The midnight sergeant had assigned the investigation back to Wilkins, not knowing she was going on break. Department policy is that all follow-up reports have to be submitted within 48 hours of the assignment.

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