Criminal Justice in America employs a direct, effective approach to explore the lives of those working in today's system and both the past and future of criminal justice. Coverage includes interesting, relevant illustrations from historical, comparative, and first-person vantage points, considering controversial and compelling issues like Affirmative Action; police use of force; mandatory sentencing; capital punishment; supermaximum prisons; gender in relation to criminal justice practice; ideology and public policy; juvenile waivers; privatization; use of discretion; and the law enforcement response to gangs, drugs, and domestic violence. For those who are either active or interested in the criminal justice, security, or legal systems.
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