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Legal processes are the procedures underlying the operation of the laws applying to the criminal justice and civil lawsystems. Many of these involve or are affected by psychological factors and these are the focus of much of legal psychology. Such legal processes include:

Psychologists are involved in a number of issues that affect the operation of these legal process, such as:

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