Bureaucracy on the Justice System

Question Description

Write an essay on whether or not the justice system is simply a bureaucratic assembly line that does not promote justice as much as it simply ensures its own survival, with an emphasis on production. What should be the professional goals of the various actors in the system (judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys)?

You are expected to write professionally with correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar, developing your topic and providing solid examples from our readings, your own research, or your own experiences to back up your statements.

Essays should be double-spaced, in 12-point Times New Roman or Cambria font, with 1-inch margins all around. When citing resources, you must adhere strictly to APA style (all papers must include a title page and reference page, although you will not be required to provide an abstract). The paper must have a minimum of 2 full double-spaced pages of meaningful discussion (title page and reference page do not count as part of those pages). The paper must include a minimum of 3 references (outside of the course text), with at least one reference from peer-reviewed academic journals (peer-reviewed references should be highlighted in bold type in the reference list). You must not to write in first person. All papers must be in a .doc, .pdf, or .rtf format.

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Bureaucracy in the Justice System
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Bureaucracy in the Justice System
Absolute bureaucracy seems to be prevalent not only in the United States justice system
but also in most systems across the world. According to Raharjo & Saefudin (2017), each year is
marked by incarceration of millions without any conviction. The trend contradicts liberty rights,
security and equal justice which are the constitutional fundamentals of the American justice
system. In another perspective, it is important to note the alarming trend of poor people losing
most of the times in the American justice system not because of fair conviction but as a result of
the negligence of the justice system. At this point, the argument that the American justice system
is a bureaucratic system is substantiated by the fact of the alarming number of delayed justices,
unfair trials in the American courts, and widening imprisonment of untried individuals regardless
of whethe...

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