Victimization, according to Kleinfeld (2013), is “the idea that the moral status of a wrongful act turns in part on the degree to which the wrong’s victim is vulnerable or innocent, and the wrongdoer preys upon that vulnerability or in­nocence” (p. 1092). Victimization theory essentially posits that not all crimes are judged the same, despite the criminal act being the same, because the context of victimization. Crime, then, becomes an interaction between victim and perpetrator, and context of the situation gains relevancy. This, of course, violates the “justice is blind” dictum upheld by the criminal justice…