|Introduction: The Greatest Luxury of All , ||1|
Part I: The Duality of Criminal Justice
|Chapter 1 Courtrooms and Cases , ||13|
Part II: The World of Private Prosecution
|Chapter 2 The Aldermen and Primary Justice , ||37|
|Chapter 3 The Courts of Record , ||56|
|Chapter 4 The Weakness of Court Officials , ||79|
|Chapter 5 Politics and Private Prosecution, 1800-1850 , ||92|
Part III: The Rise of State Prosecution
|Chapter 6 The Origins of Police Authority , ||119|
|Chapter 7 Consolidation and Compromise , ||150|
Part IV: The Decline of Private Prosecution
|Chapter 8 The Impact of Consolidation , ||171|
|Chapter 9 The Transformation of Primary Justice , ||196|
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Book title: The Transformation of Criminal Justice, Philadelphia, 1800-1880.
Contributors: Allen Steinberg - Author.
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press.
Place of publication: Chapel Hill, NC.
Publication year: 1989.
Page number: v.
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