Table of contents for Criminal justice / Jay S. Albanese.

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Chapter 1Perspectives on Criminal Justice
Chapter 2. The Nature and Causes of Crime
Chapter 3. Defining and measuring Crime
Chapter 4. Perpetrators and Victims of Crime
Chapter 5.Criminal Law
Chapter 6. The Criminal Justice System
Chapter 7. Criminal Procedure and the Police
Chapter 8. Origins and the Organization of Law Enforcement
Chapter 9. Issues in Law Enforcement and Police Behavior
Chapter 10. Origins and Organization of the Courts
Chapter 11. Trial Defense and Prosecution
Chapter 12. Trials and Sentencing
Chapter 13. Origins and Organization of Jails and Prisons
Chapter 14. Probation and Community Corrections
Chapter 15. Justice and Punishment in the Twenty-First Century
Chapter 16. Juvenile Justice
Chapter 17. Economic and Political Crime
Chapter 18. Comparative Criminal Justice

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Crime -- United States.
Crime -- Government policy -- United States.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States.