9780534594725

The Criminal Justice System Politics and Policies

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    9780534594725

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    0534594727

  • Edition: 8th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 11/5/2001
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
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Table of Contents

I POLITICS AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 1(102)
Two Models of the Criminal Process
9(15)
Herbert L. Packer
Toward a Theory of Street-Level Bureaucracy
24(18)
Michael Lipsky
Racial Politics, Racial Disparities, and the War on Crime
42(17)
Michael Tonry
The Media, Moral Panics and the Politics of Crime Control
59(21)
Ted Chiricos
Criminal Justice, Legal Values and the Rehabilitative Ideal
80(9)
Francis A. Allen
Congress, Symbolic Politics and the Evolution of the 1994 ``Violence against Women Act''
89(14)
Barbara Ann Stolz
II POLICE 103(92)
Police Discretion Not to Invoke the Criminal Process: Low -- Visibility Decisions in the Administration of Justice
109(18)
Joseph Goldstein
Broken Windows: The Police and Neighborhood Safety
127(13)
James Q. Wilson
George Kelling
A Sketch of the Policeman's ``Working Personality''
140(18)
Jerome H. Skolnick
General Deterrent Effects of Police Patrol in Crime ``Hot Spots'': A Randomized, Controlled Trial
158(21)
Lawrence W. Sherman
David Weisburd
Police Use of Deadly Force: Research and Reform
179(16)
James J. Fyfe
III PROSECUTION 195(38)
The Decision to Prosecute
200(11)
George F. Cole
Adapting to Plea Bargaining Prosecutors
211(22)
Milton Heumann
IV DEFENSE ATTORNEYS 233(46)
The Practice of Law as Confidence Game: Organization Co-Operation of a Profession
238(16)
Abraham S. Blumberg
Indigent Defenders Get the Job Done and Done Well
254(25)
Roger A. Hanson
Brian J. Ostrom
V COURTS 279(82)
The Criminal Court Community in Erie Country, Pennsylvania
285(22)
James Eisenstein
Roy B. Flemming
Peter F. Nardulli
The Process Is the Punishment: Handling Cases in a Lower Criminal Court
307(12)
Malcolm M. Feeley
Race and Sentencing
319(14)
Samual Walker
Cassia Spohn
Miriam DeLone
Maintaining the Myth of the Individualized Justice: Probation Presentence Reports
333(16)
John Rosecrance
Does the Public Support the Death Penalty?
349(12)
Mark Costanzo
VI CORRECTIONS 361(78)
Between Prison and Probation: Toward a Comprehensive Punishment System
366(14)
Norval Morris
Michael Tonry
Further Exploration of the Flight from Discretion: The Role of Risk/Need Instruments in Probation Supervision Decisions
380(16)
Anne L. Schneider
Laurie Ervin
Zoann Synder-Joy
The Society of Captives: The Defects of Total Power
396(15)
Gresham M. Sykes
Well-Governed Prisons Are Possible
411(10)
John J. Dilulio, Jr.
What Works? Questions and Answers about Prison Reform
421(18)
Robert Martinson
VII POLICY PERSPECTIVES 439
Legalization Madness
442
James A. Inciardi
Christine A. Saum
Crime-Fighting and Urban Renewal
450
Eli Lehrer
Putting Justice Back into Criminal Justice: Notes for a Liberal Criminal Justice Policy
459
Samuel Walker
George F. Cole

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