Abstract: The PNG constitution divides the government into three equal and coordinated branches: the legislative, executive, and the judiciary, with each being supreme within its respective sphere.
Finally, I will seek to come up with drug-identification accredited programs that would not only help in speeding up the disposition of drug related cases, but also train professionals on how to educate the public to prevent drug usage among their children.
The police are responsible for investigating crimes, including taking the testimony of witnesses, collecting available evidence, and apprehending the offender. The executive branch is responsible for the administration of justice through law enforcement and prosecution agencies as well as the judiciary and correctional institutions.
These lawyers came from diverse backgrounds and held various political views. The offenders are victims too of their own wrongdoing. Restorative justice is reaching out to the soul in each of us, the goal is healing, because ALL OF US can be an offender or human rights violator.
Reforms to address these issues have been identified, including the following: a Conduct of study and rethinking the entire police education and training system, considering its transfer to the PNP.
Others, like John Doar and Burke Marshall, set the civil rights policies of the federal government during the s. The defense counsel will defend the accused. It is however commonly understood that the organized civil society and community members perform both the roles of dutyholders and claimholders in the administration of justice.
Under the current staffing structure, there is almost ratio between technical and non-technical positions. The public prosecutor takes over the case processing at this stage. It is from the community that most witnesses come, including victims and whistleblowers.
The parameters for the independence of the prosecution and police must be defined while operating within the reasonable bounds of existing administrative and financial management laws, rules and regulations of the government.
Not just the Filipinos here but also abroad. In doing so, the welfare of children will be protected as they will not engage in delinquent behaviors that put their humanity at risks. The victim, the law enforcer who investigated the crime and other witnesses will now testify in court.
It is evident that this has created fear and confusion among our citizen especially where they opt for fairness in trail. Laws establish the terms of reference for the social contract under which citizens live and work together and are governed by a state authority.
Disciplinary measures relating to compliance with specific rules on handling of criminal cases should be put in place, synchronized with the improvement of operating rules and procedures in the pillars, such as the rules of court. This will ensure that each and every member of our society is empowered to actively engage in effective justice system that is non-discriminatory.
International treaties provide protection and promote access to justice by providing a international obligations for states; a other standards that are not binding to the states as such but give normative guidance on specific issues e. Thus, the five pillars of the criminal justice system are law enforcement, the public prosecutor, the judiciary, correctional institutions, and the community.
There are other 34 agencies performing police functions each of which usually has specific functional and geographical jurisdiction defined by law. Therefore, I will address how the 5 pillars of criminal justice system can be applied in enhancing good governance.
These laws, which are embodied in the Constitution, statutes, judicial opinions, and international instruments, comprise the body of official rules and regulations that govern the society and control the behavior of its members. In Law In governance, providing a fair and effective justice system is essential in capturing public trust and we must understand that this is what creates the significance and value of a good leader.
While the criminal case is pending in court, the accused shall be detained at the Municipal, City or Provincial Jail unless he posts a bail bond for his provisional liberty and if the offense is bailable.
Of this number, only about 2, are positions of justices and judges. This system operates through the pillars of the justice system, which starts with discovering of the commission of a criminal act, investigating, identifying and apprehending suspects, conducting preliminary investigation to establish probable cause, and prosecution in the courts, processing of the case in the court, rendering of judgment, serving of sentence and release after completion of the sentence.
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