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Attrition Rate in Judicial System

Discuss the attrition rate in the judicial system and whether or not this is a possible shortcoming of our legal systems as we know it.

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In turn, when judicial and law enforcement professionals are faced with assumptions and facts, the possibility of the case to never make it to, or through the court system, is high. Below I'll discuss the attrition rate in the judicial system and whether or not this is a possible shortcoming of our legal system as we know it.

According to Meyer and Grant, there are five stages of the criminal justice process. At each stage of the process, attrition occurs and some cases never actually make it through the judicial process. The five stage process encompasses individuals that have an impact on attrition rates: political bodies, victim, law enforcement, prosecutor, and judges. All these individuals provide insight on ...

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In turn, when judicial and law enforcement professionals are faced with assumptions and facts, the possibility of the case to never make it to, or through the court system, is high. The attrition rate in the judicial system and whether or not this is a possible shortcoming of our legal system as we know it is discussed.

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