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Criminal Justice Systems

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Criminal justice systems are vast and complex networks of state and privately run institutions generally designed to maintain and regulate social order. Ranging from local community practices to large government agencies, the criminal justice system is charged with both preventing and mitigating crime, as well as punishing and rehabilitating individuals who break the law. It also ...

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