Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
Offering a comprehensive analysis, bestselling COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS, 5e compares the various criminal justice systems throughout the world using six model countries: China, England, France, Germany, Japan, and Saudi Arabia. The book illustrates the different types of law and justice systems while exploring the historical, political, economic, social, and cultural influences on each system. It examines important aspects of each type of justice system--common law, civil law, socialist law, and sacred (Islamic) law--to highlight the similarities and differences of each. Completely up to date, it provides expanded coverage of such high-profile topics as human trafficking, Internet pornography, identity theft, transnational policing, terrorism and more.
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Noted several historical inaccurate statements in the third edition. While talking about about China mentioned in passing some human rights issues but completely ignored the Tibetan justice issues ... Read full review
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Families of Law
Six Model Nations
Law Enforcement Functions Organization and Current Issues
The Courts and Legal Professionals
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