Unique in its topical approach, this best-selling book examines systems of law, police, courts, and corrections by using more than 30 different countries to show the diversity in legal systems around the world. The book's organization helps readers understand the various ways policing, adjudication, and corrections systems can be organized and operated. This edition features more complete coverage of Islamic legal tradition, information on reform in Japan, more use of primary sources and updated material throughout. Fully updated to include more information on: The Patriot Act; Sunni and Shia Muslims; Substantive and procedural law changes for France, Germany, and Nigeria; Inquisitorial and adversarial systems; Trial under an inquisitorial proces; Juvenile justice system changes in England, Wales and China. Gives greater attention to the Islamic legal tradition and includes detailed descriptions of its key aspects. Reflect up-to-date events in Japanese criminal justice and covers changes that have been officially approved, but are not yet fully implemented. References the actual laws of many countries and provides additional information supplied by that country’s criminal justice agency. Anyone interested in criminal justice across the world.
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With a topical, rather than country-by-country approach, this book discusses how various countries around the world have organized police, courts, and corrections agencies. The text provides the rationale for studying other systems of justice and sets down the specific approach to be used.From the Back Cover:
Now in its third edition, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems offers an expanded and updated look at how criminal justice is practiced around the world. With topical coverage of how different countries handle police, courts, and corrections, author Philip Reichel contrasts the American CJ system with several others around the globe, and offers suggestions for change.
A must-read for any serious criminal justice student, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems is a book that can be read and appreciated internationally.
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