The Criminal Justice System : The Toughness Of The Criminal Justice System

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Analysis on the Criminal Justice System
Regarding the toughness of the criminal justice system of America, this has been a point of contention that has attracted different sentiments. However, I will draw this analysis from the interview I have had with Police Officer Israel Barreto who is a staff sergeant in the United States Army and works in the Criminal Investigation Department. Officer Barreto is a senior police officer who has been in the army for over ten year and has been in many different countries He has a great experience regarding the Criminal Justice System. He supports the quote of Montesquieu which states that “There is no greater tyranny than that which is perpetrated under the shield of the law and in the name of justice" (goodreads, p. 1).
Result of Speaking With Police Officer Israel Barreto The point of contention of the Criminal Justice System draws from the correctional services like justice, drug, human rights, equality, and inclusion. Some suggest that the criminal system is too weak, but the majority says the system is tough enough. Reform on drug-related sentencing is probably the most agreeable point for larger debates on criminal justice reform, and of late this theme appears to have gained considerable degree of bipartisan traction in the House of Representatives of late (Cohen, 2017). Officer Barreto says that it is fundamentally a maze of organizations and procedures that look for to control crime, diminish crime, and execute penalties

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