Lone Star Justice: A Comprehensive Overview of the Texas Criminal Justice System
Drawn from a broad range of historical, political, and statutory sources, the authors combine a host of factual and historical information about the criminal justice system in Texas. This volume also contains an extensive glossary of general and Texas-specific terms, as well as a description of important and valuable Internet sites.
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Foundations of Texas Law
Law Enforcement in Texas
The Texas Court System
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