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NCJ Number: 30751 Find in a Library
Title: CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS REVIEW, 1974
Editor(s): J S SCHULTZ; J P THAMES
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 654
Sponsoring Agency: William S Hein and Co, Inc
Buffalo, NY 14209
Sale Source: William S Hein and Co, Inc
1285 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14209
United States of America
Type: Best Practice/State-of-the-Art Review
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: A COLLECTION OF ARTICLES THAT ATTEMPT TO PRESENT THE STATE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN AREAS OF CURRENT OR PERIENNIAL IMPORTANCE; MAJOR HEADINGS INCLUDE CRIME, RESPONSES TO CRIME, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, AND POLICE.
Abstract: THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THE BOOK RANGES FROM SCIENTIFIC CRIMINAL EVIDENCE TO THE BEST IN SUBSTANTIVE LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP TO PRACTICAL AIDS FOR LEGAL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE TO REHABILITATION OF BOTH THE VICTIM AND THE OFFENDER. TWENTY-FIVE ARTICLES ARE INCLUDED, THE MAJORITY OF WHICH HAVE PREVIOUSLY APPEARED IN VARIOUS LAW REVIEWS. (SEE NCJ-30752 THROUGH 30773).
Index Term(s): Criminal justice overview texts; Criminal procedures; Evidence identification; Offenders; Police; Rehabilitation; Right to Due Process; Victims of Crime
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