When It Is All Said and Done, the Current Criminal Justice System Is about as Fair and Effective as We Can Reasonably Expect
The incessant debate of whether the current criminal justice system is 'about as fair and effective as we
can reasonably expect' has yet again been addressed in this essay. It is argued throughout this essay that the criminal justice system fails to meet with the protection and well being of the public by not appropriately processing offenders. Six main arguments of this essay highlight weaknesses within the system. The first argument of this essay exposes the time in which offenders spend in remand prior to their trial. …
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