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Criminal Justice: Criminal Justice

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Library of Congress Classifications

Social Problems   HN1-995
Criminology   HV1-9960
Law   Class K
Public Administration   K3150
Criminal Investigation
   
KZ183-183.5
Medical Science   R5-920
Medical Instruments   R885-885.5
Pharmacology   RM1-950
Medical Chemistry   RS400-431

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Guilty People

In Guilty People, law professor and longtime criminal defense attorney Abbe Smith gives us a thoughtful and honest look at guilty individuals on trial. Each chapter tells compelling stories about real cases she handled; some of her clients were guilty of only petty crimes and misdemeanors, while others committed offenses as grave as rape and murder.

Imagining the International

Through an analysis of archival and contemporary data, Imagining the International provides a detailed picture of how ideas of international crime (crimes against all of humanity) and global justice are given content, foregrounding their ethical limits and potentials.

Criminal Procedure and Punishment

Criminal Procedure and Punishment provides a holistic overview of the English and Welsh system of criminal justice, from the earliest stages of arrest and investigation through to the punishment and release of offenders.

The Justice Dilemma

Abusive leaders are now held accountable for their crimes in a way that was unimaginable just a few decades ago. What are the consequences of this recent push for international justice?

Tangled up in Blue

A radical inside examination of policing in modern America, from a Georgetown University law professor turned reserve police office.

Charged

A renowned investigative journalist exposes the unchecked power of the prosecutor as a driving force in America's mass incarceration crisis, and also offers a way out.

The Nonsense Factory

An examination of how over the past eighty years the legal system has increasingly confused quantity with quality and might with legitimacy.

Decarcerating America

Mass incarceration will end--there is an emerging consensus that we've been locking up too many people for too long. But with more than 2.2 million Americans behind bars right now, how do we go about bringing people home?

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Interlibrary Loan is a free service that gives you access to resources at other libraries. If you need a specific book or article that Taylor Memorial Library does not have, let us know and we will work with other libraries to get a copy for you.

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