Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Section I. Legal Issues and PoliceCraig Hemmens: Chapter 1. Police and Thieves: The Supreme Court Examines the Knock and Announce RuleKathryn Scarborough, Pam Collins, and Ryan Baggett: Chapter 2. Surveillance Technology and the LawJim Ruiz and Kathleen H. Winters: Chapter 3. The USA PATRIOT Act: A Review of the Major ComponentsMarvin Zalman: Chapter 4. The Meaning of Miranda Rights and the Privilege Against Self-IncriminationJohn L. Worrall and David Murphy: Chapter 5. Probation/Parole Searches and the Fourth AmendmentClaudia San Miguel: Chapter 6. Drug Tests, the Fourth Amendment, and the Supreme Court's Rationale for Warrantless and Suspicionless SearchesSection II. Legal Issues and CourtsMichelle E. Heward: Chapter 7. Problem-Solving Courts: Changing the Way Courts Conduct BusinessJeremy D. Ball: Chapter 8. Sentencing Reforms and the Supreme Court: The Implications of Apprendi, IBlakely, and BookerPeggy M. Tobolowsky: Chapter 9. Mental Health and the Death PenaltyAshley G. Blackburn, James W. Marquart, Janet L. Mullings, and Chad R. Trulson: Chapter 10. Addressing the Rights of Victims in Capital CasesSimon A. Cole and William C. Thompson: Chapter 11. Legal Issues Associated With DNA EvidenceJacqueline Buffington-Vollum: Chapter 12. Hate Crimes and Hate Speech: Freedom to Express or License to Harm?Section III. Legal Issues and CorrectionsBarbara Belbot: Chapter 13. Inmate Litigation and the ConstitutionChad R. Trulson, James W. Marquart, and Janet L. Mullings: Chapter 14. A Failure to Integrate: Equal Protection and Race in American PrisonsBarbara Sims and Megan Reynolds: Chapter 15. Sex Offender Registration, Notification, and Civil Commitment Statutes: Due Process vs. Community SafetySection IV. Legal Issues and Juvenile JusticeBenjamin Steiner: Chapter 16. Juvenile Waiver LawsJanice Ahmad, Katherine Bennett, and Jim Ruiz: Chapter 17. Juvenile CurfewsSection V. Miscellaneous Legal IssuesDavid C. Brody: Chapter 18. The Criminal Justice System's Treatment of Assisted SuicideJeff Maahs and John Liederbach: Chapter 19. Surfing for Porn: Obscenity and the Internet. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: Timely and topical, Current Legal Issues in Criminal Justice is a collection of in-depth essays on "hot-button" issues. The contributors--recognized scholars who have taught criminal justice and written extensively on legal issues--approach their material from both legal and sociological perspectives in order to give students a more nuanced understanding of each topic. Short, framing introductions preface each article and put the material in context, and critical thinking questions follow each chapter. Written in accessible and jargon-free--but not "dumbed-down"--language, this text investigates such heated topics as juvenile waiver laws, inmate litigation, assisted suicide, drug testing, the death penalty, pornography, hate speech, habeas corpus, civil liability, search-and-seizure law, and confessions and interrogations law.
About the Author: Craig Hemmens is at Boise State University.
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