From an administrative point of view, it can be clarified that a state is composed of three major parts. These organs include the Legislative, the Executive, and the Judiciary. These three are considered to be the most important parts that govern a state and together their job is to make sure a region remains organized. Various duties have been divided amongst these authorities of a state. The job of the legislative authority is to perform all sorts of legislation, i.e. the law making processes and formulations. The obligation of the executive authority is to make sure that these structured laws are implemented and regulated in such a way that the required purposes are served. Thirdly, the responsibility of the judicial authority is to execute sanctions regarding various provisions of law following or violation. Through these various steps, these managements make sure that the state remains in such an order where people can live their lives in peace and organization. Thus, the idea of such a state is presented by Stein (1977) when he describes a state which is controlled is as certain and prevailing like the current science.
An ideal state or territory is considered to be where people live an organized life; violence is avoided; the environment remains subtle and calm; people are at peace; and the crime rate hardly even affects the society. In a realistic perspective, such a state is nearly impossible to structure, because the fact that every state faces various challenges related to all aspects of the community cannot be left un-noticed. It is true that perfection can be gained, but only after the negative factors are either eliminated or reduced, and this is not because they don’t exist from the beginning. Gargan (2005) believes that a well-established state can cope with both existing and emerging problems, thus, it is a fact that all the authorities of a state have to face a large number of problems. These problems are a part of the process of establishment and shall be worked out in time. 1.1. Verification of the Problem In the current state of affairs, it has come to notice of various researchers that a large number of problems are originating in all three above mentioned working authorities. As the authority under discussion and study in this paper is the ‘justice system’ hence, problems which are being faced in the criminal and social justice system need to be studied and analyzed. In this study the research problems which are to be evaluated are specifically related to the social and criminal justice system. Many people in the United States consider the functioning of judiciary and the decisions it makes a very sensitive subject. This is due to the fact that, many people die because others either drink drive or kill for money, and when it comes to justice, the death of the loved ones is considered nothing in facade of the inducement the authority receives. It is believed that if this problem of corruption from judiciary is not eliminated from this system, it can lead the entire region towards havoc. Hence, there is a need to diversify this fast paced chaos, and it is necessary to understand what the criminal and social justice system actually is and how a corrupt judiciary is influencing it. In many different manners the judiciary is influencing the criminal and social justice system, which is more negative and less positive. The major factors that have been found reasonable for this negative influence are biases and lack of vigilance due to bribery. In this paper, the focal center for understanding and analysis will begin from case plummeting, to bribery seizure, ethical and cultural preferences, political pressurization, and biases and nepotism. Furthermore, theories with reference to practice of judiciary in this regard will be applied to find the relation of these practices with their influence on the criminal and