Flaws In The Criminal Justice System

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The Criminal Justice System is the complex system that deals with the crime and provides justice to all within the framework of integrity and tradition. This system in Canada is a labyrinth of procedures & organizations that try to control crime by diminishing wrong-doings and forcing punishments for the commission of law violations. In Canada, there are various levels of the criminal justice system comprising municipal, provincial and federal platforms. Each level consists of its own law enforcement, courts, and corrections, including police. Canada's legal administration is organized according to the British North America Act, 1867 (now known as the Constitution Act, 1867), continued from British colonial roots. So, the Canadian fundamental principles of rules/regulations and justice are not much different from nations currently or been ever governed by the British government.…show more content…
However, there are several flaws in the criminal justice system of Canada. These injustices include issues such as Police Brutality, homelessness, racial disparity, the charter for aboriginal people, court processing’s of sexual assaults, etc. In this research paper, I will be focusing on systemic structural problems inherent within the policing system of Canada and the universal inequality and exploitation that it
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