Criminal Justice in Canada: A Reader
Cengage Learning, Jan 19, 2011 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 368 pages
Ranging from mainstream to critical, Criminal Justice in Canada: A Reader contains a widely diverse selection of largely original readings on the Canadian criminal justice system. This text gives voice to people from all aspects of the industry, including readings from a judge, a defense attorney, a crown attorney as well as a life prisoner. It focuses on the most topical issues and pressing problems in today's society, such as plea-bargaining, racial discrimination, prisoner's rights, and wrongful convictions in Canada.
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