Good Courts: The Case For Problem-solving Justice
Public confidence in American criminal courts is at an all-time low. Victims, communities, and even offenders view courts as unable to respond adequately to complex social and legal problems including drugs, prostitution, domestic violence, and quality-of-life crime. Even many judges and attorneys think that the courts produce assembly-line justice.
Specifications of Good Courts: The Case For Problem-solving Justice
|Author||Greg Berman, John Feinblatt, Sarah Glazer|
|Publisher||The New Press|
|Number Of Pages||237|
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