Impact of the Economy on Justice

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Justice suffers when the nation is having economic problems.  Crime goes up when the economy is in a downswing; people under economic stress are more likely to fall victim to our justice system – either by turning to crime to pay the bills, or by simply not having enough money to deal with the complications of getting tangled up in the justice system.


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