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Table of Contents
|Crime and Justice in America|
|What Is the Sequence of Events in the Criminal Justice System?, Report to the Nation on Crime and Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, January 1998|
|Plugging Holes in the Science of Forensics|
|Does Proximity to Schools Tempt Former Sex Offenders?|
|Stereotype, Then and Now|
|The Death of the War on Drugs|
|Of Crime and Punishment: Experts Explore Issues in the Legal Limelight|
|Serving Life for Providing Car to Killers|
|Do Batterer Intervention Programs Work?: Two Studies|
|Telling the Truth about Damned Lies and Statistics|
|Identity Theft Trends: Abuse of Social Security Numbers|
|Violence and the Remaking of a Self|
|Understanding Stockholm Syndrome|
|Judge Steven Leifman Advocates for the Mentally Ill|
|Victim Satisfaction with the Criminal Justice System, National Institute of Justice, NIJ Journal No. 253, January 2006|
|Policing in Arab-American Communities after September 11|
|Racial Profiling and Its Apologists|
|Our Oath of Office: A Solemn Promise|
|Stress Management . . . and the Stress-Proof Vest|
|Judging Honesty by Words, Not Fidgets|
|Law Enforcement Perspective on the Use of Force: Hands-On, Experiential Training for Prosecuting Attorneys|
|The Judicial System|
|Illegal Globally, Bail for Profit Remains in U.S.|
|Avoiding Sixth Amendment Suppression: An Overview and Update|
|When Our Eyes Deceive Us|
|When Evidence Is Ignored: Residential Restrictions for Sex Offenders|
|When the Poor Go to Court|
|Justice & Antonin Scalia: The Supreme Court’s Most Strident Catholic|
|America’s Imprisoned Kids|
|The 21st Century Juvenile Justice Work Force|
|Teens Caught in the Middle: Juvenile Justice System and Treatment, The Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter, January 2006|
|Jail Time Is Learning Time|
|Lifers as Teenagers, Now Seeking Second Chance|
|Violence in Adolescent Dating Relationships|
|Mentally Ill Offenders Strain Juvenile System|
|Punishment and Corrections|
|Inmate Count in U.S. Dwarfs Other Nations’|
|Asking about Family Can Enhance Reentry|
|The Ex-Con Next Door|
|Prison Inmates Meet Socrates|
|One Clique: Why Rivals on the Streets Become Allies behind Bars|
|The Professor Was a Prison Guard|
|The Results of American Incarceration|
|Partnering with Law Enforcement|
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