Grain Valley, MO asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Missouri

Q: do you believe the criminal justice is subjective or objective?

i am working on a argumentative paper arguing the side that criminal justice is subjective if you could tell me your opinion. i also am using robbery as my crime

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Ronald J. Eisenberg

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  • Chesterfield, MO
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: Your post is unanswerable. Whether criminal justice is objective or subjective would necessitate a more specific question. Some determinations are subjective (whether to find a witness's testimony to be credible), whereas other determination are objective.

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