Criminal Justice System Television Shows
1) says is labeled ˘The CSI effect.÷ One judge, in a recent case where jurors demanded to know why more DNA testing hadnĂt been performed, stated, ˘TV has taught jurors about DNA tests but not about when to use them÷ (Mirsky, 2005, p. 2).

In Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, we see prosecutors aggressively pursue criminals, often turning to district attorneys they know for favors or for an easier time getting search warrants. In many cases, the prosecutors on the show like Detective John Munch threaten those accused of raping children that they had better cooperate or they will be sent to prisons where there is no compunction about leaving pedophiles to the justice of other inmates. Such a

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