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1. In your opinion, does our criminal justice system today operate as described in the Due Process Model, the Crime Control Model or something else?"
2. Identifying and explaining the three conceptual pillars of the juvenile justice system.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com July 21, 2018, 7:25 pm ad1c9bdddf
My understanding is that you were asked to choose one of the two questions and you decided on the first question, which you attached for an edit. Is that it?
Briefly, you have made some excellent arguments for elements of both models operant in the American Justice System. I edited your response for grammar, and the likes and added comments about the content throughout out the paper for consideration. Although you said this: "Please see the attachment what I have put in for crime control model," that is not what my take was on your attached paper. Rather, you say that it The U.S. justice system has both models, but the due process model is reflected most. See edit for other comments and you might consider incorporating some of the information below, as well as the attached article from which this information is drawn.
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According to Perron (n.d.), the American justice system needs an effective strategy to combat crime, which has been debated for years. In fact, close examination reveals that the core of the controversy and conflicting philosophies are fundamentally liberal and conservative and thus political in nature.
The two goals of the American Criminal Justice System can primarily be categorized into two very distinct missions: (1) the need to enforce the law and maintain social order, and (2) the need to protect people from injustice (Peak, 2001). Initially, it appears that the two goals represent a common and consistent ideology; however, the two goals are usually considered to be in conflict with each other. The first goal is referred to as the crime control model and was developed by Herbert Packer and presented to the academic world in his analysis of the criminal justice system in the 1960's (Schmalleger, 1999). This model places an emphasis and priority upon the aggressive arrest, prosecution, and conviction of ...
this solution discusses if the criminal justice system operates as described in the Due Process Model, the Crime Control Model or something else. It also identifies and explains the three conceptual pillars of the juvenile justice system. Supplemented with two articles on the modles of crime and