World criminal justice systems: a survey
This book describes the critical issues confronting the criminal justice systems of five industrialized nations, including: England, France, Sweden, Japan, and the Soviet Union. The police, judiciary, law, correctional institutions, and juvenile justice in each country is discussed.
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