Sentencing of Offences

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Sentencing is that stage of criminal justice system where the actual punishment of the convict is decided by the judge. It follows the stage of conviction and the pronouncement of this penalty imposed on the convict is the ultimate goal of any justice delivery system. This being said no further explanation is required to understand how much of attention needs to be paid to this stage. This stage reflects the amount of condemnation the society has for a particular crime. The underlying rationale of any criminal justice delivery system can be determined by looking at the kind of punishment given for various crimes.

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