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In American criminal justice, there is a set progression of circumstances that occur: a

complaint, an investigation, an arrest (or maybe an indictment), a court proceeding, and an outcome. However, criminal justice systems in other countries do not always follow the same rules or procedures, nor do they always provide the same civil rights and protections that we offer to American defendants and victims. In the following discussion, you will address those issues.

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