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The Criminal Justice System

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Question: The criminal justice system is made up of three main branches, including law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. The system as a whole can be viewed and analyzed from different perspectives and considered in terms of different outcomes. Provide your own definition for the criminal justice system. What is the purpose of the criminal justice system? Provide definitions for each of the three main branches: law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. What role does each branch fulfill? How do the branches work together?

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Provide definitions for each of the three main branches: law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. What role does each branch fulfill? How do he branches work together?

The purpose of the criminal justice system is to provide a means for justice to the citizens who have chosen to align with the social contract thus giving up their humanistic inalienable rights for retribution, revenge, and other means of personal vengeance for wrongs committed against them or their family members. When agreeing to live in society, human beings chose to delineate some of their more tribal rights that included the ability to issue retribution toward their wrongdoers when a crime ...

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The criminal justice system are examined. The role each branch fulfills is determined.

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