17 Module 5 Discussion: Civil Rights and Public Policy

In every state there is a powerful Judiciary. This group of men and women are charged by the state to make critical decisions that can authorize a search, remove a bill passed by the Legislature, or put a person to death. As with other branches of government, it is the Arizona Constitution that limits and controls the power of the Judiciary.

Review the Crime Victim’s Bill of Rights (Article 2, Section 2.1 of the Arizona Constitution) and elucidate how it impacts the power of the Judiciary in Arizona?


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