Crime and Justice in America: A Human Perspective
A comprehensive introduction to criminal justice with a focus on the human perspective. Coverage of violent crimes in America, such as mass murders, carjackings, hate crimes and domestic violence has been increased. Each chapter presents cases, articles, summaries, issue papers and discussions.
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The Substantive Criminal Law versus Civil Law
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