Criminal Justice Processes

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Criminal Justice Process explores policing, the court system, and the system of corrections in Western society, especially the United States. Major components of the criminal justice system are theoretically linked to larger social arrangements, including class and race-ethnic stratification. Ethical problems, such as deadly force, police corruption and brutality, and disparities in arrest and sentencing, are given special attention. The history and function of criminal justice is examined from various standpoints and alternatives to the current structure of law and punishment are considered.




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