Criminal Justice Scholarly Paper

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The United States has a dual-court system, which means there are courts at both the state and federal levels. The majority of crimes are tried at the state and local levels. Each level has trial courts and appellate courts – the state appellate courts oversee the state constitution and laws, and the federal appellate courts oversee the U.S. Constitution and federal laws; the U.S. Supreme Court has jurisdiction over all state and federal decisions. Read the assigned sections in your textbook. Describe the path that a case would have to take from the state trial court level to the U.S. Supreme Court. Discuss specialized courts, such as drug courts, and whether or not you think they are a good idea and why. Make sure to gather evidence (law, policy, procedure, and data) and evaluate for relevance: Are specialized drug courts used in your jurisdiction? What is their effectiveness? What are some direct/indirect consequences: Specialized courts have shown moderate success rates, but they are also expensive to run. Discuss which should be the most important consideration, cost or effectiveness, and how these two conflicting attributes can best be balanced. Your paper must be at least 700-800 words in length, excluding the title and reference pages, and must adhere to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition) writing format. If your paper does not comply with this format, you will lose points. You may want to visit Purdue OWL for assistance with formatting your paper in APA style. You must cite at least two scholarly references for your paper. Please be aware that websites such as Wikipedia are not scholarly sources. You are encouraged to access the University’s online library resources to find scholarly journal articles, etc. The ProQuest and EBSCO databases may be helpful, but remember to limit your search to scholarly journal articles. You may also want to view the instructions for locating articles for Saint Leo classes. Please remember to review the information about locating and citing proper sources in your syllabus.

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RyannN
School: University of Maryland

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The united states criminal justice is one of the complex systems in the world
considering the different processes that are considered in ensuring that there is a fair trial.
Different cases follow different roots based on how they are defined within the American
constitution. The state and federal courts offer different services based on the legal guidelines
that are in place. There are also specialized courts within the American justice system which
are tasked with handling specific cases such as drugs. Therefore this paper provides a critical
focus on the united states criminal justice system as well as a review on the specialized courts
and their importance within the United States criminal justice.
The path that a case would have to take from the state trial court level to the U.S.
Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court is the court of last resort in the United, and the decision that is
made by the Supreme court is legally binding. Therefore before a case reaches the supreme
court, it must have passed through various courts. Cases usually reach the supreme court in
two ways, either as an appeal or as a judicial review (Solimine, 2014). Appeals to the Court
of appeals decisions is another crucial way that cases reach the supreme court. The appeal
processes begin from the district courts where the law allows an individual who feels that the
decision made by a district court judge needs to be reviewed files an appeal which can go all
the way up to the supreme court.
The United States has...

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