How Do Trial Delays Hurt Victims Of Crime

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Trial delays tend to hurt victims of crime because not only does it drag on longer and longer it also hurts taxpayers who have to fund the trials. Twenty eight percent of the people in the jails are actually serving their sentences, while the other seventy two percent are waiting for their trial. That is seventy two percent of the people that the victim along with other taxpayers have to feed. The family of the victim or the victims have to go through the long process that is probably exhausting for them. Trial Delay can hurt the suspect and help depending on the situation. Let 's say he is innocent he delay of the trial would mean they would have to stay the time period of the trial in jail unfairly, but it could be a good thing for those looking
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