Informal Justice System, is the community dispute solving system; other than the formal Justice System i.e. the jirja system in N.W.F.P and Balochistan in Pakistan; and the punchiyat system in Sindh and Punjab in Pakistan
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What is formal law and informal law?
Formal and informal law refer to the justice system. Formal law is present in a formal justice system that ha powers to enforce justice. Informal law is present in an informal justice system where society can influence punishment. ...
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Hammurabis code has influenced your justice system?
It did not influenced the justice system. The legal code that influenced the justice system was "Justinian's code" ...
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What is the difference between formal and informal justice systems?
Formal: Deals with legal misbehavior. Informal: Deals with moral misbehavior. (school, church, ect..) ...
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What effect did Charles Manson have on the justice system?
The justice system is as old as the United States is and it was well enough grown by the time Charles Manson made it to the justice system. He had nothing to add to the justice system, not change in any way. ...
Does consensus model of the criminal justice system or conflict model of the criminal justice system accurately represents the criminal justice system today?
Yes the conflict model does
How do the goals of the juvenile justice system compare to the adult justice system?
The juvenile system focuses on rehabilitation, where the adult system focuses on punishment. ...