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Could someone please help me with this question?
What is the relationship to the law and the government structure as it applies to the criminal justice system?
Here is what I have so far: The relationship to the law and the government development as it relates to the criminal justice system is that there must be unification of act and intent to carry out a crime. The development of the law and government of a crime committed is punishment. Currently different types of punishment are present in the criminal justice system.
Thanks for the help!

  • Criminal Justice - ,

    I have read, and reread your question. I don't understand the question.

    What does the word "it" mean?

  • Criminal Justice - ,

    I agree with Bob. Here are the places where I have real trouble understanding what you are trying to say:

    the relationship to the law and the government structure

    as it applies

    criminal justice system is that there must be unification of act and intent to carry out a crime

    development of the law and government of a crime committed


    I think you're having problems determining the correct preposition to use. I know you have no antecedent for the pronoun "it." And the lack of logical connection of thought in the last two examples leaves me baffled.

    I have no idea what you are trying to say.

  • Criminal Justice - ,

    My question should have read this:
    What is the government structure as it applies to the criminal justice system?
    Thanks for your help.

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