Introduction to Criminal Justice
West/Wadsworth, 1999 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 658 pages
This best-selling book is a highly comprehensive but approachable text. Its hallmarks are extensive and extremely thorough research, and up-to-the minute citations and presentation of legal issues written in an accessible manner. The book also focuses on the portrayal of the criminal justice system by the media and how our opinions of the system are shaped by media.
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