Professor Matheson's Lecture Summary

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Patricia White American InterContinental University March 31, 2013 At the beginning of Professor Matheson's lecture, he described the criminal justice system as “incredibly intricate, fascinating, rewarding, yet admittedly imperfect.” It is the opinion of this student that Professor Matheson's description of the criminal justice system is extremely accurate. It is intricate because of its many layers and details. Being a live system that is ever changing makes it highly fascinating. Furthermore, justice is rewarding for all parties whether it is freeing the innocent or punishing the guilty. Still, our criminal justice system is undoubtedly a flawed system. Criminals often go unpunished and innocent parties are sometimes found guilty.

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