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CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (A CASE STUDY OF THE NEW SOUTH WHALES COURT)
This essay has discussed about crime and criminal justice at it has taken a case study of the new South Whales court is which is an international court in Australia
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Table of contents
1.0 FIVE MOST COMMON OFFENCES PROSECUTED IN THE STATE 2
1.1 THE ROLE OF PROSECUTOR IN THE COURT 2
2.0 THE PROCESS OF ADMINISTERING CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN 2
THE LOCAL COURT 2
The first day return 3
The hearing 3
Standard of proof 4
The victim’s evidence 4
3.0 THE HISTORY OF THE PROCESS OF AND INSTITUTIONS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN THE COURT 5
4.0 THE UNDERSTANDING OF KEY CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORIES OF JUSTICE 7
5.0 CONCLUSION 8
6.0 REFERENCE LIST 9
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FIVE MOST COMMON OFFENCES PROSECUTED IN THE STATE
During the examination of New South Whales Local Courts Statistics, the five most common offences prosecuted in the state involved offences concerned with theft. Offences related to drunkenness where the person prosecuted did an offence while drunk. Offences related to disobedience of orders and neglect of or running away from work. Offences related to use of abusive language to a persons master or other conducts that may be considered as disorderly or arising from dishonest ...
... justice. In the court, one can realize that the magistrate takes into account various sources of law for the determination of crime. The court system in New South Whales has been enhanced by good description of the prosecutors’ duties in the court. The most cases of crime dealt with in the court include, theft, drunkenness, sexual assault and failure to obey orders.
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