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Criminal justice: law and politics. [Compiled by] George F. Cole.

North Scituate, Mass., Duxbury Press [1972] .
ISBN 0878720367, 9780878720361

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Subjects Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States.
Criminal justice, Administration of.
United States.
Description viii, 418 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Clark, R. The failing system.--Arnold, T. Law enforcement.--Packer, H.L. Two models of the criminal process.--Goldstein, J. Police discretion not to invoke the criminal process.--Skolnick, J.H.A sketch of the policeman's working personality.--Gardiner, J.A. Wincanton: the politics of corruption.--Wilson, J.Q. Politics and the police.--Jacob, H. Politics and criminal prosecution in New Orleans.--Cole, G.F. The decision to prosecute.--Newman, D.J. Pleading guilty for considerations.--Trebach, A. Cop out.--Blumberg, A.S. The practice of law as confidence game.--Casper, J.D. Did you have a lawyer when you went to court? No, I had a public defender.--Skolnick, J.H. Social control in the adversary system.--Blumberg, A.S. The criminal court as organization and communication system.--Suffet, F. Bail setting: a study of courtroom interaction.--James, H. Courts for common man.--Levin, M.A. Urban politics and policy outcomes: the criminal courts.--Burger, W.E. State of the Federal judiciary.--Furstenber, F.F. Public reaction to crime in the streets.--Burns, H. Can a Black man get a fair trial in this country?--Commission on Violence. The problem of over criminalization.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)481415
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Cole, George F., 1935-
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