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This study intends to evaluate the efficiency of criminal legislation in Pakistan and to pinpoint the difficulties which are faced by the nation in the criminal justice system. This study will determine the legal system's effectiveness in combating various types of criminal behavior, such as violent crimes, murders, abductions, corruption, and terrorism, by looking at important legislation, including the Criminal Procedure and Pakistan Penal Code. Additionally, it will look at how these laws are implemented, considering things like backlogs in the judicial system, a lack of assets, and bribery in the Judiciary and law enforcement. This study will offer suggestions for reforming the justice system in Pakistan based on the analysis, including potential legislative amendments, bolstering law enforcement capabilities, and increasing access to prosecution for underrepresented groups. The results of this study will add to the ongoing discussion about criminal law reform in Pakistan and offer guidance to those working in the fields of policy and law who wish to improve the effectiveness and impartiality of the justice system in the country.
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