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Unformatted text preview: and/or guards. In jail and/or prison the prisoner has little to no rights, so though it is illicit to mistreat the inmates, the “authority” or guards, in most cases, allow this behavior to ensue for their own satisfaction. The effectiveness of today’s facilities is probably much more apparent compared to how it used to be; there are way more crimes being committed daily, so the legal system has to be extremely alert and aware of how the society is and the people in it. With that being said, the current system does seem to be very much effective....
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- Spring '11
- Criminal Justice, Jails Terri Peters