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cover Sense and Nonsense About Crime and Drugs- A Policy Guide, Fourth Edition
Required reading in Policy Analysis at John Jay College of Criminal Justice MA program. Clearly, New Jersey officials haven't yet read this book by renowned criminologist Samuel Walker, instead choosing to spend your tax dollars on malicious prosecutions! Among other crime issues, Walker addresses the issue of assault weapon legislation as nonsense and sums up with the proposition that "attempts to ban all handguns, or certain types of guns, or bullets will not reduce serious crime."
cover Actual Innocence : Five Days to Execution, and Other Dispatches from the Wrongly Convicted "A real life legal thriller, the harrowing account of ten innocent men wrongfully convicted by a justice system that too often just doesn't work. Well written and well researched, this book is like a clarion call alerting us to how easily corruption, prejudice, laziness, and flat-out stupidity can cause tragic errors- and how difficult those errors are to correct. This may be the most important book on American criminal justice in a decade."  -William Bernhardt, Author of Dark Justice.
cover Above the Law : Police and the Excessive Use of Force
Required reading in John Jay College of Criminal Justice MA program.
"An exhaustive and penetrating exploration of the dark side of American policing that makes an overwhelming case for intensifying efforts at police reform designed meet the very special needs of a free society" -Herman Goldstein, Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School.
cover No More Wacos : What's Wrong With Federal Law Enforcement and How to Fix it
Meticulously documented, this volume contains more than 1,500 endnotes which aid in analyzing all side of the complex issue of the role of federal law enforcement and the risks that their enormous powers pose to individual rights, judicial authority, and arrest procedures in the name of public safety.
cover The Ethics of Policing
Offering an in-depth analysis of the ethical values that police should uphold, this book considers their authority in broad terms. It also tackles accountability, the use of force, deceptive stratagems, corruption, and the tension between personal values and communal concerns. A must read for all Sussex County Justice Officials!
cover Forces of Deviance : Understanding the Dark Side of Policing
An informative look at a very difficult topic! The discretion, authority, and power granted the police to accomplish their mission offer multiple opportunities for deviance. A fascinating portrait of the social and organizational factors of the police working environment emerges, providing students with a broad framework for assessing the police culture and the many forms of police deviance.
cover Guns, Crime, and Freedom
A definitive manual for taking part in the political debate, and preserving your right to keep and bear arms." --Tom Clancy A New York Times Best Seller.  National Rifle Association Vice President Wayne LaPierre reveals why responsible Americans have the right to "keep and bear arms." Addressing every point of contention concerning the original intent of the 2nd Amendment, LaPierre illuminates the Amendment's modern implications and debunks the myth that gun ownership contributes to America's crime rate.
cover No Equal Justice : Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System
The American criminal-justice system, writes Georgetown law professor David Cole, has effectively become a two-tiered system, with differing levels of regard depending on the race or class of a given citizen who comes into contact with it.   "No Equal Justice" offers a challenging, multilayered analysis of how the disconnect between constitutional theory and legal practice has infected today's justice system. -Washington Post Book World, Katheryn K. Russell, 24 January 1999
cover More Guns, Less Crime : Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws
"Armed with reams of statistics, John Lott has documented many surprising linkages between guns and crime. More Guns, Less Crime demonstrates that what is at stake is not just the right to carry arms but rather our performance in controlling a diverse array of criminal behaviors. Perhaps most disturbing is Lott's documentation of the role of the media and academic commentators in distorting research findings that they regard as politically incorrect."-W. Kip Viscusi, Cogan Professor of Law and director of the Program on Empirical Legal Studies, Harvard Law School.
cover Every Knee Shall Bow : The Truth and Tragedy of Ruby Ridge and the Randy Weaver Family  A cautionary retelling of the Weaver family case recounts the incidents that led up to Vicki and Sammy Weaver's deaths and the four-month trial that exposed a government abuse of power. Walter, takes readers on a harrowing voyage from Randy and Vicki Weaver's childhoods to the shootout that left Vicki, the couple's 14-year-old son, their dog, and a deputy US marshal dead. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
cover Tainting Evidence : Behind the Scandals at the FBI Crime Lab
Two crusading journalists investigate the FBI's forensic crime lab and deliver a strong indictment against what goes on there. Federal agents regularly dupe the public into accepting "scientific" findings that aren't based upon science at all, they charge, and the lab is infected with a troubling culture where truth plays second fiddle to prosecutorial interests, with information potentially useful to defendants withheld.
Image not Available The Criminal Elite : Understanding White Collar Crime
Offers the reader insight into all types of white collar crime including crimes committed by Public Officials, Judges, Attorney's, Corruption in Criminal Justice, Political Bribery and Corruption, Violating Civil Liberties, Conspiracies, Political Harassment and Repression and much more.

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