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Criminal Process Models
A comparison of two criminal process models.
# 122099 | 500 words | 4 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Law (Criminal) , Law (Constitution)

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This paper compares two criminal process models, the Due Process model with the Criminal Control model. According to the paper, the former favors the criminal in protecting their rights. The latter favors the criminal justice system in prosecuting criminals. Also included is a brief discussion of Constitutional Amendments that protect people and places.

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"Due process is a requirement that The United States government has to carry out its obligations to afford certain rights to its citizens in a reasonable manner. These rights include the right to privacy, the right to a timely appeal process, the right not to self-incriminate in both criminal and non-criminal cases, the right to accuracy of information and the right to protection from unusual search and seizure. The Fourth Amendment protects people and not places against unreasonable search and seizure the Fifth Amendment protects a person against..."

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