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    True international criminal justice system

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    One of the major arguments against the formation of a true international criminal justice agency is the loss of national sovereignty for the countries involved. Assume you have been asked to propose a true international criminal justice system; how would you address this issue? Include in your answer the three components of the system and how each would function, where each would be based, methods for recruiting and training personnel, and what authority it would really have

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    One of the major arguments against the formation of a true international criminal justice agency is the loss of national sovereignty for the countries involved. Assume you have been asked to propose a true international criminal justice system; how would you address this issue? Include in your answer the three components of the system and how each would function, where each would be based, methods for recruiting and training personnel, and what authority it would really have,

    A true international criminal justice agency would be enabled to carry out the arrests, adjudication of public criminals, and would be actively involved in imprisonment, detention and holding in custody of the public miscreants after arrest, imprisonment or judgment.

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    The arrest of criminals: The arrests of criminals or public miscreants can take place anywhere in the world. The international criminal justice system must have the authority and power attributed to it by every country that accepts the system to allow apprehension to take place in their territory. This can be viewed in two ways. In a narrow sense countries might take it that the international criminal justice system takes away a part of its exclusive right to exercise authority over the country. In a broad sense it gives ...

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