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    The increase of federalization amongst the judicial system has lead to increased political debates. The role of federal courts in state matters is often argued as a complete disregard for state constitutions. Evermore, the federal courts have made judgments that have impacted how corrections is carried out in the U.S.

    Define and discuss how federal courts have impacted corrections as well as whether or not these actions improved or hindered the corrections system in the United States.

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    The increase of federalization amongst the judicial system has lead to increased political debates. The role of federal courts in state matters is often argued as a complete disregard for state constitutions. Evermore, the federal courts have made judgments that have impacted how corrections is carried out in the U.S. Below we'll discuss how federal courts have impacted corrections as well as whether or not these actions improved or hindered the corrections system in the U.S.

    Since the 1960s, federalization has affected the judicial system at every level (state and local). Since the Warren Courts decision for the Supreme Court to become more involved in prison reform under the Eighth Amendment, ...

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    Since the 1960s, federalization has affected the judicial system at every level (state and local). Since the Warren Courts decision for the Supreme Court to become more involved in prison reform under the Eighth Amendment, there've been numerous decisions that have directly affected corrections.....

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