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Why is the American Judicial System Not Systematic?

The American judicial system is a web of courts, jails, prisons, and law enforcement agencies that are tasked with enforcing laws and ordinances ever day. In saying this, many question why the criminal justice system in the United States is referred to as a system that is not systematic.

Why can the criminal justice system in the United States be referred to as a system that is not systematic?

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The American judicial system is a web of courts, jails, prisons, and law enforcement agencies that are tasked with enforcing laws and ordinances ever day. In saying this, many question why the criminal justice system in the United States is referred to as a system that is not systematic. According to Abadinsky (2012), the reason for this is because there is a lack of joint planning and budgeting, or even systematic ...

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