10 edition of Prosecution and punishment found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert B. Shoemaker.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in early modern British history|
|LC Classifications||KD7876 .S47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 351 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||90002580|
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This text traces and documents such trials, providing examples of cases, such as a sow tried for murder, caterpillars charged with theft, a cock burned at the.
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Capital murder is the most serious criminal offense, and capital sentencing entails the most consequential punishment decisions in society. This review will focus on contemporary empirical research on disparity in death penalty case processing and sentencing decisions, focusing on the race/ethnicity of defendants and victims, gender, defense representation, and differences between local courts.
The book analyses the rapidly growing body of human rights case law, dealing with criminalization, prosecution, and punishment of serious human rights violations. It identifies and critically examines the standards for the conduct of criminal proceedings developed by the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights and the UN Human Rights.
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“This essential anthology explains the deep American history of the alarming and unconscionable racial disparities in policing, prosecution, and mass incarceration. From the Black Codes to capital punishment, specific policies and propaganda have licensed serially violent overreactions to the mere sight and shape of black boys and men.
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There are many moving parts to this effort and it is a complex.Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Evans, E.P. (Edward Payson), Criminal prosecution and capital punishment of animals.The book investigates why in the century after the elements of an alternative means of dealing with crime in urban society were emerging in policing, in the practices and procedures of prosecution, and in the establishment of new forms of punishment.