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Convicted But Innocent: Wrongful Conviction and Public Policy Libro EPUB, PDF

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  • Libro de calificación:
    4.6 de 5 (210 votos)
  • Título Original: Convicted But Innocent: Wrongful Conviction and Public Policy
  • Autor del libro: Edward Sagarin
  • ISBN: 978-0803959538
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:204
  • Realese fecha:2015-11-28
  • Descargar Formatos: ODF, iBOOKS, EPUB, PGD, TORRENT, MS WORD, PDF, FB2
  • Tamaño de Archivo: 14.6 Mb
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Convicted But Innocent: Wrongful Conviction and Public Policy por Edward Sagarin Libro PDF, EPUB

Addressing the specific issues surrounding wrongful convictions and their implications for society, Convicted but Innocent includes: survey data concerning the possible magnitude of the problem and its causes; fascinating actual case samples; detailed analyses of the major factors associated with wrongful conviction; discussion of public policy implications; and recommenda Addressing the specific issues surrounding wrongful convictions and their implications for society, Convicted but Innocent includes: survey data concerning the possible magnitude of the problem and its causes; fascinating actual case samples; detailed analyses of the major factors associated with wrongful conviction; discussion of public policy implications; and recommendations for reducing the occurrence of such convictions. The authors maintain that while no system of justice can be perfect, a focus on preventable errors can substantially reduce the number of current conviction injustices.