The Criminal Justice System does work even though at times it does not seem to be fair,
Each County has its own Justice System and Laws. They are unique to their Country and how they govern Society
In the developed world laws and punishment are alike, The History Of Criminal Justice is similar to those in England, France, and Holland.
Gradually French and Dutch influences disappeared in the islands. What remained was the basic idea many had of the English common law system.
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The flowchart of the events in the criminal justice system (shown in the diagram) updates the original chart prepared by the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice in 1967. The chart summarizes the most common events in the criminal and juvenile justice systems including entry into the criminal justice system, prosecution and pretrial services, adjudication, sentencing and sanctions, and corrections.