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Crime.Justice & America - Mission Statement - Mission Statement

"Better education means better justice. Better education means a higher standard for government to insure proper prosecution and incarceration. Better education means reduced recidivism, and in turn, less financial burden on society".

 
 Mission Statement
 

Mission Statement

Crime, Justice & America will inform, explain, entertain, interpret, uncover, and question the relevant issues in the criminal justice system: local, regional, and nationwide. Specialized demographic sections will reach all people involved in, or just interested in the criminal justice system.

 

From local crimes to national manhunts

From county jail gangs to federal prison country clubs

From high-flying crime life to life on the run

From social services to rehabilitation programs

From being inside prison life to coping with freedom

From bail bondsman to bounty hunters

From patrol cars to FBI task forces

From terror in your home to terror from

foreign countries                                                         

From life in prison to death on the streets

 

From information on being arrested to

preparation for your prison term

From juror perspectives to judges’ decisions on

heart-rending death penalty cases

From bad prosecutions and false evidence to

being freed by DNA tests

From life on the streets to high-priced criminal attorneys

From failed convictions of the guilty to

incarceration of the innocent

From 50-year old unsolved murders to last month’s crime spree

 

From new laws to bad laws

From real cops to TV cops

From drugs to domestic violence

From graft to bribery

From robbery to rape

 

From science to the courtroom

From innocent to guilty

From guilty to innocent

From despair at life’s end to

inspiration on the beginning of life

 

Welcome to the world of cops and robbers, judges and attorneys, jails and prisons, good guys, bad guys, shades of gray, injustice, confusing laws today, and new laws tomorrow”.

 
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