The Criminal Justice System

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Garland argues that a new predicament has occurred over the last 30 years within the criminal justice system that encompasses one of the six adaptive responses. One of the six is believed to effect the various implications for administrative and political actions. The new predicament deals with adjusting to change, however it causes some to go against their own beliefs. While the criminology predicament is a problematic set of structural constraints that formed the policy of horizons within which all decisions be made (105). There are two major social factors the normality of high crime rates and the acknowledgement limitation of the criminal justice state. Our history shows that overtime the criminal justice system has become more advanced, categorizing the various crimes along while mapping the trends. As the statistical data have become known and charted, they can now analyze one to another, concluding crime has become a normal social factor. Crime is the most widely experienced as a prominent fact of modern life. It has come to be regarded as an everyday risk that must be routinely assessed and managed in much the same way that we have come to cope with road traffic - another mortal danger that has become a normal feature of the modern landscape. The high crime rate over time had become the standard and was thought to be due to the upspring of delinquents” first starting in WWII (this is also known as people in welfare)”. The idea of welfare became the excuses that

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