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Daniel E. Hall - Miami University, Ohio, USA
Fundamentals of Criminal Law: Caught in the Act offers an accessible, comprehensive and contemporary survey of the field. With a focus on the current state of the law and contemporary problems that matter to students, the material is presented in a meaningful and conversational tone designed to pique curiosity and foster critical thinking.
Aaron Fichtelberg - University of Delaware, USA
Criminal (In)Justice: A Critical Introduction examines the American criminal justice system and the social forces that shape it. Using a conversational voice, the book challenges readers to consider the inequalities in the criminal justice system, then ask, "What can I do to make this better?"