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The American System of Criminal Justice, ISBN 9780495599654 is the classical market leading resource offered by George F. Cole and Christopher E. Smith. This book offers students a view at the criminal justice arena across varying disciplines offering concepts from criminology, sociology, law, history, psychology, and political science. An appealing...
The American System of Criminal Justice, ISBN 9780495599654 is the classical market leading resource offered by George F. Cole and Christopher E. Smith. This book offers students a view at the criminal justice arena across varying disciplines offering concepts from criminology, sociology, law, history, psychology, and political science. An appealing writing style offers wide-ranging coverage of the foundational principles of criminal justice coupled with the presentation of current events surrounding the discipline. This book is boasted as one of the best available for an all-inclusive glimpse into the American criminal justice system. The first contributing member behind the efforts on The American System of Criminal Justice is that of George F. Cole. Currently serving as Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Connecticut and a Fellow of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, he has been recognized for his outstanding teaching and research. Cole developed and directed the graduate corrections program at the University of Connecticut and has published several criminal justice titles, including Criminal Justice in America, American Corrections, and The Criminal Justice System: Politics and Policies. Christopher E. Smith is the second half to this dynamic writing duo. He currently serves as Professor of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University and is also trained as a lawyer and social scientist. Smith has also authored twenty books and more than 100 scholarly articles on law, the courts, and criminal justice policy. His books include Constitutional Rights: Myths and Realities, Law and Contemporary Corrections, and Criminal Procedure. He also co-authored Criminal Justice in America with George F. Cole.
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