Objectives of The Criminal Justice System

The main Objectives of Criminal Justice System can be categorized as follows:

  • To prevent the occurrence of crime.
  • To punish the transgressors and the criminals.
  • To rehabilitate the transgressors and the criminals.
  • To compensate the victims as far as possible.
  • To maintain law and order in the society.
  • To deter the offenders from committing any criminal act in the future.

    Criminal Justice System as a Filtering Process

    Key Players in Criminal Justice System :
    >> POLICE
    >> PUBLIC PROSECUTOR
    >> DEFENSE LAWYER
    >> JUDGE

    1) POLICE : Investigate the case,
    Arrest the accused,
    Collect the evidence,
    Keep the peace,
    Prevent crime,
    Provide social services.

    2) PUBLIC PROSECUTOR :

  • Lawyers who represent the state and conduct criminal cases against defendants,
  • The role of the Prosecutor begins once the police filed the chargesheet in the court,
  • The Prosecutor must conduct the prosecution on behalf of the Police investigation,
  • It is his/her duty to present all the facts, witnesses and evidence before the court
  • He/She has the right to a speedy trial

3) DEFENSE LAWYER:

  • Represent the accused after arrest to give advice,
    Investigate details of the offense on behalf of the accused,
  • Discuss the case with the prosecutor and test the strength of the state’s case,
  • Represent the accused at bail hearings,

Represent the accused at trial  Present an appeal.

4) JUDGE :

  • The judge is like an umpire in the Court,
  • The judge hears all the witnesses and see the evidence presented by the both parties,
  • The judge decides whether the accused person is guilty or innocent,
  • If the accused is convicted, then the judge pronounces the sentence,
  • He may send the person to jail or impose a fine or both according to the law prescribes

Branches of Criminal Justice System

An Introduction To Criminal Justice System :

Criminal Justice alludes to the organizations/agencies of government accused of implementing law, adjudicating crime, and correcting criminal behavior. The criminal justice system is basically an instrument of social control: society considers some behaviours so hazardous and destructive that it either entirely controls their event or outlaws them outright. It is the occupation of the organizations of justice to prevent these practices by capturing and punishing transgressors or deterring their future occurrence. In spite of the fact that society maintains different types of social control, for example, the family, school, and church, they are intended to manage good, not lawful, misbehavior.  Just the criminal justice system has the ability to control crime and punish culprits.

Definition :

  1. The term criminal justice refers to the agencies of government charged with enforcing law, adjudicating criminals, and correcting criminal conduct.
  2. A criminal justice system is a set of legal and social institutions for enforcing the criminal law in accordance with a defined set of procedural rules and limitations.
  3. A criminal justice system is a set of legal and social institutions for enforcing the criminal law.
  • The phrase criminal justice system refers to a collection of federal, state, and local public agencies that deal with the crime problem.The Branches of Criminal Justice System :

    1) LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
    2) JUDICIAL BRANCH
    3) THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

    Branches of Criminal Justice System
    Branches of Criminal Justice System

    1) LEGISLATIVE BRANCH :
    It Defines criminal behavior,
    Establishes penalties ,
    Passes laws governing criminal procedure ,
    Provide funding for criminal justice agencies.

    2) JUDICIAL BRANCH :
    The guilt of persons charged with crimes,
    Interpret the law,
    Administers the process by which criminal responsibility is determined.

    3) THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH :
    Executive power is given to the president, governors, and mayors,
    Carries out (executes) many acts of government,
    Holds powers of appointment and Pardons,
    They can lead efforts to improve criminal justice,
    Provides leadership for crime control.

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    Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013

Civil Services Exam For First Time in City

Surprisingly, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will conduct the civil administrations examination (preparatory) in Mysuru. The current year’s examination will be held the nation over, incorporating 11 centres in the city, on Sunday.

A sum of 4606 candidates are expected to appear for the examination in Mysuru. The examination will be held in two sessions – from 9.30am to 11.30am and 2.30pm to 4.30 pm.

Civil Services Exam
Civil Services Exam

According to direction of the UPSC, the area organization has trained applicants not to convey any specialized gadgets like cell telephones to the examination focus. Police will be conveyed at the examination centres and candidates will be searched before appearing for the examination. The district organization has made extensive courses of action for the examination and has delegated invigilators to check acts of neglect/malpractices.

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Civil Aviation Ministry Directs Hybrid Till

Civil ministry directs hybrid till for GHIAL :

GMR Infrastructure said that the Civil Aviation Ministry has coordinated the airplane terminal tax controller AERA to receive a Hybrid Till with 30 % cross endowment for the levy determination of GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited (GHIAL).

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The airplane terminal administrator includes a part of the non-aeronautical (obligation free shops, lodging, restaurant, among others) income and the aggregate income from the aeronautical (landing, stopping and ground taking care of charges) side to order all out profit. In addition, under the model, the aeronautical rates are settled on the premise of aggregate profit.

“The Ministry vide its request dated June 11, 2015 has coordinated Airport Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA) under area 42(2) of AERA Act, 2008 to receive a Hybrid Till with 30 percent cross endowment for the tax determination of GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited (GHIAL),” GMR Infrastructure said in administrative recording. The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, which is an auxiliary of GMR Infrastructure, at Shamshabad (Hyderabad) has been manufactured and worked by GHIAL. AERA had passed a request on February 24 a year ago, deciding the duty of GHIAL considering a solitary till technique of levy determination. There are three models to compute charges at the airplane terminals – single till, twofold till and half breed till. In the single-till model, both aeronautical and non-aeronautical charges are considered to ascertain the air terminal charges while in the twofold till model, aeronautical charges are figured on the premise of incomes from aeronautical and non-aeronautical charges on the premise of accumulations from non-aeronautical. Airplane terminals procure non-aeronautical incomes, for example, rentals from retail outlets and air terminal stopping charges, other than aeronautical incomes from flight operations. Single Till being not in accordance with the concession assention, GHIAL had advanced against the AERA request by recording a writ appeal in the Andhra Pradesh High Court. After different hearings, the AP High Court had guided the Ministry of Civil Aviation to pass a request on the suitable Till strategy to be utilized for duty determination of GHIAL, GMR Infrastructure said in the recording.