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The collaborative efforts of Larry J. Siegel and John L. Worrall join forces to provide college and university students with an all-inclusive resource in their text Introduction to Criminal Justice, ISBN 9780495913382. This text combines the most current research with an impartial and unbiased presentation to provide users with comprehensive coverage of...
The collaborative efforts of Larry J. Siegel and John L. Worrall join forces to provide college and university students with an all-inclusive resource in their text Introduction to Criminal Justice, ISBN 9780495913382. This text combines the most current research with an impartial and unbiased presentation to provide users with comprehensive coverage of the most critical topics surrounding criminal justice. Effective features of this book include relatable examples, the latest developments in the discipline, as well as visually appealing graphics, and a candid writing style. The focus of this resource remains on the detailed workings of the police, courts, and correctional systems, the concepts and processes of justice, and key policy issues. The leading expert of this writing effort is that of Larry J. Siegel. Receiving his doctorate from the State University of New York at Albany, he has held several faculty positions including ones at Northeastern University in Boston, the University of Nebraska-Omaha, and Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. Siegel is currently serving as a professor at the University of Massachusetts. The second contributor to this resource is John L. Worrall. Receiving his doctorate in political science from Washington State University, he currently serves as professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas. Worrall has published articles and book chapters on a wide range of topics ranging from legal issues in policing to community prosecution. Larry J. Siegel and John L. Worrall strategically organize the concepts of Introduction to Criminal Justice across 19 comprehensive chapters. Chapters focus on such topics as crime and victimization, substance and procedure, police and law enforcement, issues in policing, as well as courts and adjudication. Other concepts covered in this book are that of prosecution and defense, pretrial procedures, punishment and sentencing, probation and intermediate sanctions, living in prison, and juvenile justice.
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