Is the Anglo-American (including Israeli) criminal process still a distinctively criminal process, or has it abandoned all concern with criminal liability in the classical sense, and replaced it with a regulatory process of some sort, either of the kind Braithwaite advocates of in the form of risk analysis? Do you agree: Yes? No? Partially?
Criminal justice is the process of administering justice to those who have been accused of committing a crime. The system is a series of government agencies and institutions like the police department, prosecution and courts that hear and convict criminals. The Anglo-American criminal justice system still has remained distinctively like it was at its formation and design, with only certain insignificant changes to suit the demands of contemporary society.