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Criminal Justice In Americaby Cole, George F.; Smith, Christopher E.
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Less expensive, shorter, and more approachable than most introductory titles on the market today, this bestselling book examines criminal justice from an interdisciplinary perspective, combining elements of criminology, sociology, law, history, psychology, and political science. Cole and Smith encourage readers to become better citizens, to explore what justice means in our society, and to decide what role individuals can play in shaping that meaning. The authors challenge readers to consider both the mechanics of the criminal justice system and the human stories of people involved in the system. CRIMINALJUSTICE IN AMERICA, Sixth Edition, also includes a user-friendly and useful technology package, including a companion Web site.
Table of Contents
|Crime And The Criminal Justice System|
|The Criminal Justice System|
|Crime and Justice in America|
|Criminal Justice and the Rule of Law|
|Policing: Contemporary Issues and Challenges|
|Police and the La?|
|Courts and Adjudication|
|Pretrial Procedures, Plea Bargaining, and the Criminal Trial|
|Punishment and Sentencing|
|Community Corrections: Probation and Intermediate Sanctions|
|Incarceration and Prison Society|
|Contemporary Issues In Criminal Justice|
|Reentry into the Community|
|Technology and Criminal Justice|
|Appendix: Constitution of the United States: Criminal Justice Amendments|
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