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Running head: CRIMINAL JUSTICE-THE COURTS STAKEHOLDERS 1 Criminal Justice-The Courts Stakeholders Name: Institution:
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE-THE COURTS STAKEHOLDERS 2 Criminal Justice-The Courts Stakeholders Internal and external stakeholders The criminal courts have both the internal and the external stakeholders. They usually assist in various day to day activities of the court. These are those that are affected by the criminal justice system. The internal stakeholders are identified as the criminal justice system itself and the external stakeholders are those that the justice system normally serves (Hagan, Lev & Ferrales, 2006). In the first place, the internal stakeholders have been identified as the criminal justice system itself. The criminal justice system itself has been identified to be made up of several people. The police officers are one of the internal stakeholders in the system. They normally assist with the arrest and the conduction of investigations (Hagan, Lev & Ferrales, 2006). The judges also form a very sensitive part of the internal stakeholders. They are normally the ones who deliver the final rulings and making of judgments. The lawyers and the court personnel also form a part of the internal stakeholders. On the second hand, the external stakeholders are those being served by the criminal justice system. The groups who serve the victims normally form the external stakeholders. They are normally composed of ensuring that evidence is presented against the suspects. The families of either the victims are also in this category. The media has also been identified to be a great external stakeholder.
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