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To What Extent are Courts the Only Means of Achieving Justice within the Criminal Justice System?

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To what extent are courts the only means of achieving justice within the criminal justice system?

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To What Extent are Courts the Only Means of Achieving Justice within the Criminal Justice System?
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Criminal law Justice Criminology Sentencing Mediation Restorative justice Mandatory sentencing Judicial discretion Sentence Jury trial Judicial Commission of New South Wales Prosecutor
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Criminal law Justice Criminology Sentencing Mediation Restorative justice Mandatory sentencing Judicial discretion Sentence Jury trial Judicial Commission of New South Wales Prosecutor
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Although, over time courts have developed issues of enforcement and equality which have affected their ability to continue to achieve justice for all stakeholders. Judicial discretion is an element of the courts system which has remained steadfast and continues to provide with a means of achieving justice, though the jury system has become burdensome and ineffective. Alternatives to court have also emerged over time, providing an effective substitute to the courts system. These alternative options have demonstrated that they are just as capable of achieving justice as compared to the traditional courts system. The role of the judge in the courts is essential to the achievement of justice within the criminal justice system, particularly their use...
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