The criminal justice system is made up of three parts: law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Law enforcement does exactly what the name says; it enforces the laws of the land. The law enforcement sector is at the forefront of fighting crime and protecting the people. Without law enforcement there wouldn’t be courts or corrections. Everything starts with the law enforcement sector of the criminal justice world.
The court is the next part of the criminal justice system. The courts main job is to determine innocents or guilt. If determined guilty the court system or judge determines sentencing.
The last part of the criminal justice system is corrections. The corrections department enforces the sentencing. It also ensures that all prisoners are taken care of and receive all their rights through-out their sentencing.
There can be a lot of conflict between the three sectors. If the law enforcement side loses one piece of evidence or leaves out one detail it could be the difference in the…