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Table of Contents

Correlation Guide
Topic Guide
Internet References
Crime and Justice in America
Unit Overview
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
Unit Overview
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
The Police
Unit Overview
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
Unit Overview
Illegal Globally, Bail for Profit Remains in U.S.
Avoiding Sixth Amendment Suppression: An Overview and Update
When Our Eyes Deceive Us
Abandoning Places
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
Juvenile Justice
Unit Overview
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
Unit Overview
Inmate Count in U.S. Dwarfs Other Nations’
Felon Fallout
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
Supermax Prisons
The Results of American Incarceration
Partnering with Law Enforcement
Test-Your-Knowledge Form
Article Rating Form
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