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Betrayal of Due Process: A Comparative Assessment of Plea Bargaining in the United States and Canada (Hardback)
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Betrayal of Due Process: A Comparative Assessment of Plea Bargaining in the United States and Canada (Hardback)

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Hardback 212 Pages / Published: 11/06/1998
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Betrayal of Due Process is a landmark study of the criminal justice systems of two common-law nations, the United States and Canada. By focusing on plea bargaining, which is one of the most dominant practices in the criminal justice system of both countries, Nasheri makes a historical comparison of guilty plea practices and ideologies. She draws on historical, criminological, sociological, and political perspectives to construct her argument. Because plea bargaining is a crucial part of the criminal justice system yet has received little scholarly attention, this much-needed book fills a wide gap in legal scholarship.

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761811084
Number of pages: 212
Weight: 367 g
Dimensions: 225 x 148 x 17 mm


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...provides an in-depth account of the development of the plea bargaining process in two distinct legal systems.<br><a href=http://pdfs.univpress.com/up/ama/upamarinelliinternationalcriminaljusticereview.pdf>Please click here for full review -- LARRY SIEGEL, University of Massachusetts
The well written book is a useful source of practical information on an important topic. -- Arthur Marinelli, Ohio University * International Criminal Justice Review *
This is an excellent comparative analysis of plea bargaining. This book is a significant contribution to the emerging field of comparative criminal justice. -- JOHN A. CONLEY, California State University
This is an excellent comparative analysis of plea bargaining. This book is a significant contribution to the emerging field of comparative criminal justice. -- JOHN A. CONLEY, California State University
...provides an in-depth account of the development of the plea bargaining process in two distinct legal systems.Please click here for full review -- LARRY SIEGEL, University of Massachusetts
The well written book is a useful source of practical information on an important topic. -- Arthur Marinelli, Ohio University * International Criminal Justice Review *

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