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Much of the general public’s knowledge of serial killers is a product of sensationalized and stereotypical presentations in the media. It’s time to break free of what we think we know and draw our information from factual analysis.
Author(s): Brendan Finn
Author(s): Larry D Vick
“The Administration of Justice: An Introduction to the Criminal Justice System in America,” combines under one cover, the collective wisdom of three different subject-matter experts. The five chapters from this book not only focus on the Constitution as the underpinning of criminal justice in America; they also focus on the courts as a unique system of people, laws, and structures; trials as complex entities; police procedures; and sentencing
Author(s): Doug Haynes
This workbook is designed to provide a simple note taking aid for students enrolled in college or police academy criminal procedure classes.
It is designed to be used in the classroom in an organized lecture course conduced by a qualified instructor. It is not intended for individual self-study although it may prove helpful for such use.
The workbook utilizes several unique features:
Author(s): Colleen Harrington
The relationship between the community and the criminal justice system is an essential foundation for the protection of the community and the rights of each individual. This relationship has been challenging through history and remains so. The intricacies of the criminal justice system and community relationship are explored in this textbook. The significance of the historical treatment of marginalized groups is a foundation for understanding the challenges and tensions that remain.
Author(s): Deborah Klein
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