In Stone’s chapter 13 she talks about the many different types of rules, how they have formed, and the primary purpose of them. Formal rules, otherwise known as laws, as well as social customs, traditions, and moral rules. It is discussed that the threat of punishment is always a potential consequence when a rule is not followed. According to the graphic, one is lead to believe that the threat of punishment does not deter individuals from behavior that lands them in the criminal justice system. Justice William O. Douglass was quoted saying, “To send men to jail for violating standards they cannot understand, construe, and apply is a monstrous thing to do in a Nation dedicated to fair trials and due process.” America’s mass incarceration rates make me wonder if all the people incarcerated have had an opportunity at due process. In the last several weeks alone, there have been multiple stories in the news of people who were wrongfully convicted. How can this be if we are a Nation of fair trials and due process?