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4.Probable cause is when a person’s potential of being guilty is high enough to be seized. An example of this is if there was a murder and the possible offender has some evidence against him to go into further investigation. 5.Some of the differences between the adult and juvenile court processes and systems are that in some cases juvenile courts do not hold the some responsibilities compared to
adults. Another is that juveniles are taken into custody and adults are arrested for the crimes. 1.Punishments is one of the most effective ways to prevent others from commiting crimes. All actions have consequences to them and there will never be a way to completely wipe crime off the face of the earth. 2.Boot camps are a positive alternative sanctions for all that are affected. It teaches the individual respect and discipline and gives the criminal justice system more rooms in prison for those that need to be locked up. 3.The reason why victims don’t report crimes varias, some of the reasons are that they are ashamed of what happened, afraid of what the offender may do, and that no one will care about what happened. 4.Juveniles being in adult courts has negative and positive outcomes to it. In some cases juveniles should be tried in adults courts because of the degree that the crime ranked in. The downside to them being tried is that they jury and/or judge may have it difficult to what should take place. 5.Parole has its positive and negatives in the criminal justice system, it all varies on the person and crime. The effects that it has are getting the individual ready to enter society and see if they are able to handle it. If the individual shows promise the officials should supervise but hold back a little bit to see if being released is what is really best.