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Readership: Undergraduates taking criminal justice modules as part of a criminology or criminal justice degree programme, as well as and law and sociology undergraduates opting to study criminal justice.
Andrew Sanders, Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, University of Birmingham, Richard Young, Professor of Law and Policy Research, University of Bristol, and Mandy Burton, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Leicester
1: The aims and values of 'criminal justice'
2: Stop and search
4: Detention in the police station
5: Police questioning of suspects
6: Non-interrogatory evidence
8: The mass production of guilty pleas
9: Summary justice in the magistrates' court
10: Trial by judge and jury
11: Appeals against conviction
12: Remedying police malpractice
13: Victims, the accused and the future of criminal justice