Crime and Punishment in the Us-Vol. 2
A clear, comprehensible, and authoritative treatment of the core aspects of criminal justice that will prove both accessible and engaging to nonspecialist readers. The 266 essays in this set are arranged alphabetically to enable readers to go directly to the topics in which they are most interested in. Essays on types of crimes, apprehension of wrongdoers, criminal trials, and types of punishment can be found in this new, three volume set.
- Hardback | 356 pages
- 01 Aug 2008
- Salem Press
- United States