Criminal Justice in England and the United States

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Criminal Justice in England and the United States

J. David Hirschel and William Wakefield

Praeger Series in Criminology and Crime Control Policy Steven A. Egger, Series Editor

PRAEGER Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

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  • Recent Titles In Praeger Series in Criminology and Crime Control Policy ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Part I- An Introduction To Comparative Criminal Justice Research: England Versus The United States 1
  • Chapter I An Introduction to Comparative Criminal Justice Research 3
  • Chapter 2- The English Cultural Heritage And Governmental System 7
  • References 21
  • Chapter 3- English Criminal Law 23
  • Notes 47
  • References 47
  • Chapter 4- The English Crime Problem 49
  • Notes 63
  • References 64
  • Part II- Law Enforcement in England 65
  • Notes 67
  • Notes 78
  • References 78
  • Chapter 6- The Modern English Police 81
  • Part III- The Judicial System of England 107
  • Chapter 7- The Criminal Courts, Judges, And Lawyers 109
  • References 127
  • Chapter 8- The Court Process 129
  • Notes 154
  • References 154
  • Part Iv The Correctional System Of England 157
  • Chapter 9- The Development of Confinement And Corrections in England 159
  • Notes 176
  • References 178
  • Chapter 10- The Organization and Operations Of Corrections 181
  • Notes 208
  • References 209
  • Part V Evaluating the English Criminal Justice System: Lessons to Be Learned 213
  • Chapter 11- Conclusion 215
  • Note 223
  • References 223
  • Index 225
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