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    The American Judicial System

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    The American judicial system is based on the foundation of sentencing and rehabilitation of criminals in order to reduce recidivism. In saying this, the corrections system must be able to carry out punishment and rehabilitation sentencing of those involved in the court system. Just as any other industry, the corrections system must be able to establish strategic operations and goals in order to accomplish their mission statement. Discuss the five sentencing goals of corrections as well as their characteristics and contributions. Additionally provide opinion to which sentencing goal is the most effective.

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    The American judicial system is based on the foundation of sentencing and rehabilitation of criminals in order to reduce recidivism. In saying this, the corrections system must be able to carry out punishment and rehabilitation sentencing of those involved in the court system. Just as any other industry, the corrections system must be able to establish strategic operations and goals in order to accomplish their mission statement. Below we'll discuss the five sentencing goals of corrections as well as their characteristics and contributions. Additionally I'll provide my opinion to which sentencing goal is the most effective.

    The five sentencing goals of our correction system are that of punishment, deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation, and ...

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