Basic Criminal Procedures

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Criminal procedure - 205 pages
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A text for an introductory course for students assumed to have absolutely no prior knowledge of how or why the criminal justice system works. The treatment is intended to be basic enough to apply to the justice system of any US state. Peoples (justice, Santa Rosa Junior College) explains Exclusion R

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Very good book if you want to know the basics of the American criminal produces. Read full review

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Not a bad read for a school book, easy to get through, lots of good history on the criminal justice system. Read full review


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