A concise examination of the criminal justice system and the
manner and method of its operation at the beginning of the twentieth century.Book Format: Paperback. Number of Pages: 0168. Publisher: Cambridge University Press
While it is easy to assume that the system of
criminal justice in nineteenth century England was not unlike the modern one, in many ways it was very different, particularly before the series of Victorian reforms that gradually codified ...
No matter how irrefutable it may seem, evidence is often
a matter of interpretation. Incomplete, inconclusive, imprecise, or vague, it is nonetheless the basis of myriad everyday conclusions and decisions. In this authoritative work, David A. Schum develops a ...