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Law, Social Science, and the Criminal Courts

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"Law, Social Science and the Criminal Courts fills a gap in the fields of criminal justice and law and society. Unlike any other available text, this book integrates legal cases and empirical research on social science questions confronted by the criminal courts. In other words, it examines how social science impacts criminal law and procedure. The book is organized around ...more
Hardcover, 380 pages
Published March 2nd 2004 by Carolina Academic Press (first published 2004)
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