University of Pittsburgh

The machinery of criminal justice.

Over the last two centuries, the lawyering machinery has taken over the criminal justice process, purchasing efficient, speedy processing of many cases at the price of sacrificing softer values, such as reforming defendants and healing wounded victims and relationships. In this book, Stephano Bibas surveys these developments, considers what we have lost in our quest for efficient punishment, and suggests ways to include victims, defendants, and the public once again.

ISBN: 9780195374681
PittCat: KF9223.B53 2012

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