The Australian Criminal Justice System
Duncan Chappell, Paul R. Wilson
Butterworths, Jan 1, 1977 - Crime - 528 pages
Crime and criminal justice; discrimination against minorities; police; sentencing; etc.; articles by M.W. Daunton-Fear and A. Freiberg and F.G. Cohen, D. Chappell and P.R. Wilson separately annotated.
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Trends in Crime and Criminal Justice
Minority Groups and the Criminal Justice System
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