Crime is an act on the commission of an act that is forbidden on the omission of duty that is command by a public law .That makes the offender liable to punishment by that law especially a gross violation of law (Professor Lucia Zedner) crime and law is a guide that is invaluable .for people that is wishing to explore the relationship between criminal law and criminology: law helps the crime helps the criminology to understand how the law constructs. (Zednerz). The government structure applies to the criminal justice system comprised an agencies at the federal state an as local level. The criminal Justice system is known as the collection of the federal, state and local public agencies these systems deal with crime problem that we have .Agencies are known for process suspects’ defendants and they also convicted offenders. Criminal justice agencies provide funding ,fix sentences and define crimes the legislature and both of the state and federal .People offend crime in criminology it explains why it is still an ongoing debate on how the system should handle crime and should be prevented .There a short of ideas that help the system select their crime. Most people act out of self-interest and make uncaused for decision to commit crime mean while after the way their theories of crime it gets weighing the potential risk of getting punishment or caught. In my option I assume from the ritual theory the person (criminal) is acting Out because of his choices are really constrained. The criminal justice system is a set of agencies and process that is through the government that control crime and penalties or people who violate the laws .The state criminal Justice system only handle the crime that goes on in their own state boundaries .The Federal criminal justice system can handle crimes that are committed on federal property and more than one state. How the criminal justice system work the...
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