Criminal Justice in America: Theory, Practice, and Policy
Prentice Hall, 1996 - Corrections - 437 pages
This anthology of original primary source materials exposes readers to the major components of the American justice system This anthology features 28 articles divided into six parts that cover law enforcement, courts, corrections, juvenile justice, public policy, as well as an overview of the criminal justice system. For anyone interested in a collection of current articles that cover the major areas of the criminal justice system.
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