Introduction to Crime, Law and Justice in Hong Kong
Mark S. Gaylord, Danny Gittings, Harold Traver
Hong Kong University Press, Jul 1, 2009 - Law - 272 pages
An essential text for anyone interested in crime, law and justice in Hong Kong, this book offers the only comprehensive survey of all the major parts of Hong Kong's criminal justice system. It also provides an introduction to some key areas of the Hong Kong legal system, including the judiciary, criminal law and legal assistance. The book will appeal not only to social and political science students but also those studying for a number of law courses.
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