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Prison on Trial by Thomas Mathiesen

Prison on Trial

Description : Explains how contemporary events are changing the boundaries of crime and punishment and increasing the risks to civil liberties and the Rule of Law. This book is intended for those seeking to understand the modern trend towards locking-up people and distils the arguments for and against incarceration.

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Authors : Thomas Mathiesen

Published Date : 2005-11-16

Publisher : Waterside Press

ISBN : 9781906534387

Page : 212 Pages

Categories : Social Science

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Filesize: 10 MB

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