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Department
Law
Course
LAWS 2301
Professor
Ronald Saunders
Semester
Fall

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Criminal Justice SystemSeptember 16 2011Lecture 2General introduction to context meaningspurposes of criminal lawMechanisms of controlLegal mechanisms of controlCriminal legal systemDefinitions of crimecriminal law Perceived failures of criminal justice system by general publicWeeding out of the victim criminal justice system gradually pushes victim out over few decades Victim wants back inLegal rights of the accused is the main focus and victim is there to give testimonyTrial doesnt play a large part of resolution in criminal justice systemQuinneyWhat is important in the study of crime is everything that happened before crime occurs The question of what precedes crime is far more significant to our understanding than the act of crime itself Crime is the reflection of something larger and deeper6070s lots of crime after baby boomNoncriminal lawsocial factors riskLower the crime ratelower birt
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