LIBERTY V. ORDER: THE ULTIMATE CONFRONTATION - 89137

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INTRODUCTION Some forty years ago, the President's Crime Commission observed that a system of justice, in whatever society or environment it may arise, is a mechanism used to enforce the standards of conduct deemed necessary to protect individuals and to safeguard the general well-being of the community. In fulfilling this function, a justice system, the Commission continued, tends to possess a bifurcated role, namely, the prevention of certain activities, and the apprehension and formal processing of individuals who have committed illegal acts. What distinguishes the justice system of one country from that of another is the nature of the process and the extent of the personal protection granted in that process (President's Crime Commission, 1967:7)...
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