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How do the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government participate in the criminal justice policy-making process in matters of immigration at the federal, state, and local levels of government?

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All of the various branches of U.S. government have very important roles in the criminal justice policy-making process, in regards to matters of immigration. The legislative branch of government has the very important role of enacting laws which will dictate U.S. policy on matters of immigration. In addition, this branch of government has the power to amend or repeal certain immigration laws as it is deemed necessary. Immigration legislation is a representation of the will of the U.S. people and other constituents, due to the fact that that their congressional representatives cast votes in regards to enacting, amending, or repealing, immigration laws based on the needs of those who have voted them into ...

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