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Q: what effect does case attrition have on the criminal justice process?
A: This failure of arrests to come to trial is called case attrition, and most attrition occurs between arrest and filing. In the United States, less than half of all felony arrests result in convictions.
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User: what effect does case attrition have on the criminal justice process?

User: what effect does case attrition have on the criminal justice process?

Weegy: This failure of arrests to come to trial is called case attrition, and most attrition occurs between arrest and filing. In the United States, less than half of all felony arrests result in convictions.
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User: what effect does case attrition have on the criminal justice process?

Weegy: This failure of arrests to come to trial is called case attrition, and most attrition occurs between arrest and filing. In the United States, less than half of all felony arrests result in convictions.
migzptz|Points 4424|

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