Philosophy and Principles of the American Government
Last Modified: 2016-03-08
- Was the accused properly treated in being brought to justice
- Was he or she given his/her procedural rights
- Was due process adhered to
The focus is on factual guilt and and speedy processing of the accused through the system
Tends to view the offender as guilty until proven innocent.
Nicknames "assembly line justice"
Due process perspective
The accused is afforded the proper constitutional and civil laws
Emphasis is placed on following the proper procedures
It is nicknamed "obstacle course justice" because of the number of technicalities built into the system.
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