The individuals within our society have allowed we the people to assess and measure the level of focus and implementation of our justice system to remedy the modern day crime which conflict with the very existence of our social order. Enlightening us to the devices that will further, establish the order of our society, resides in our ability to observe the Individual’s rights for public order.
The governance of our present day public and social order co-exist within the present day individual. Attempts to recognize the essentiality of equality in hopes of achieving an imaginable notion of structure and order, has led evidence based practitioners such as Herbert Packer to approach crime and the criminal justice system through due process and crime control. A system where packer believed in which ones rights are not to be infringed defrauded or abused was to be considered to be the ideal for procedural fairness. “I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it.” Thomas Jefferson pg 9 cjt To convict an individual because proper consideration was not taken will stir up social unrest rather then it’s initial intent, when he or she who has committed the crime is not punished for their doings can cause for a repetition and even collaboration with other’s for a similar or greater crime.
Is public order important? Public order is not only important but is an absolute necessity for the Individuals within the society to know that all efforts are being made to ensure the safety of our citizens in order for the very structure of our nation to stand erect. Without order we are prone to experience oppression by our neighboring nations and leaving our state of independence to depend upon the governance of another, broadcasting this nation as not only unqualified but also unable to even protect ourselves from foreign threats.
We desire order to inhabit peacefully, for the proper unification and the livelihood of our American citizens. “Criminal justice cannot be achieved in the absence of social justice.” American friends service committee pg19 CJT To ensure social order one must ensure the rights of an individual, human rights, civil rights and even constitutional rights. The very notion that society is different from the individual almost sounds biased in nature, raising the questions who is or are the society, what society, who is in this society, is this society acceptable by standards to be a society according to whom? “We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice,...