Assessing the Criminal
edited by John Hagel and Randy Barnett

Essays that deal with the history of victimless crimes, rehabilitation, transportation of criminals, the role of the victim in American criminal law, the present-orientation of criminals, retribution, and restitution. The overall message is that the present system fails to rehabilitate criminals and fails to consider the victim's rights.

Year Read: 1984


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