Criminal Law and Procedure
West Publishing Company, 1994 - 809 pages
Traces the history of criminal law and integrates contemporary criminal law and procedure with constitutional principles. The second edition includes four chapters covering juvenile justice, drug and alcohol offenses, crimes against public health and the environment, and the military justice system. Case in Point boxes concisely illustrate major principles, and chapter-end cases have been tightly edited for easier comprehension.
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The Organization of the Criminal Justice System
Stages in the Criminal Process
The Corrections System
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