Jurisprudence is the study of the theory of law. In order to fully put it to use in a case, you must understand the term to make a decision based on legit facts and concepts that include the use of jurisprudence. Judge David Doherty has a greater understanding of jurisprudence. He believes in equality, and he explains how sentences should not be related to racial bias. It is overall the individual's choice about how they act, and what they chose to do, or not to.
In the article, Judge David Doherty says that being black or disadvantaged people should not be considered in determining a sentence. He is right because many people do believe that all races should be treated equally in, and outside the court of law. If a sentence is given to an individual that is less harsh, or harsher than needed. Good or bad, it still means that the sentence given is unfair or bias sentence when it's all said and done. Racism comes in many shapes and forms, so just because it's a legal case doesn't mean that racism and discrimination should be allowed to be used against a suspect of a different culture.
Equality is a major concern for people all over the world. Whether it's in or outside of the court, people are still being discriminated everyday. Justice Rosenberg doesn't have the same understanding as Judge David Doherty, of the concept, Jurisprudence. Rosenberg said; "Systemic racism and the background factors faced by black youths in Toronto are important matters and I believe that they should affect the sentence." So in other words, he believes that black youths should be treated differently and that their race should affect the way they receive their sentence. If He had a better understanding of Jurisprudence like Doherty, he would most likely hav...