American Criminal Justice Management Research Paper by Master Researcher

American Criminal Justice Management
A discussion of the growing social, political and economic threat that illegal immigration poses to the United States and how ineptly the US criminal justice system is managing the problem.
# 90552 | 3,825 words | 6 sources | 2006 | US

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This paper reviews the illegal immigration problem facing the United States. Specifically, the paper takes a look at how sloppy criminal justice management within the judiciary and the poor work of the bureaucratic apparatus has made illegal immigration an ever-growing threat to Americans. The paper takes the time to outline the failing processes within both systems (with most of the emphasis falling upon the judiciary) and the paper also provides recommendations which might serve both well in the near future. As an addendum, it should be added that the paper contains a brief literature review.

From the Paper:

"For all its shortcomings, the American justice system is still among the best in the world. That being said, there are certain undeniable concerns about the manner in which the system is being managed which will not go away until the problems which provoked those concerns in the first place finally go away. In recent years, one of the more pressing concerns facing the American justice system has been illegal immigration. In particular, Americans have been inundated with stories enumerating not only the growth of illegal immigration but the growth also of crimes committed by illegal immigrants. Needless to say, rampant illegal entry into America constitutes a legitimate threat to US sovereignty and it also constitutes a threat to the physical and material well-being of law-abiding American citizens."

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