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Extractions: This web page is provided as a public service by the Victoria, British Columbia (Canada) law firm of The criminal justice system in the United States of America is a hybrid system, involving state and federal government agencies. The power to make criminal laws is divided between the federal and state governments. For examples, most crimes are punished under state laws but there are some federal laws which create and punish certain conduct as well. The Constitution of the USA gives the federal government jurisdiction over tax, interstate commerce and mail and on that basis, the federal government has enacted laws which create crimes such as failing to file an income tax return, transport a stolen car across state lines and defrauding the postal service. State criminal laws are usually consolidated in state penal, vehicle or health codes. For a sample state penal code, readers are invited to consult the Texas Penal Code . Also, procedural matters vary from state to state.
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