The dictionary of criminal justice


The dictionary of criminal justice

George E. Rush ; with summaries of Supreme Court cases affecting criminal justice [by] Judy Hails

Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, c2003

6th ed

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 371-373) and index



This updated 6th edition of the Dictionary of Criminal Justice brings together, in one, easy-to-use guide, more than 3,600 definitions from the many disciplines that compose the field of criminal justice--including U.S. and English common law, penology, psychology, law enforcement, political science, and business administration. This volume also features summaries of nearly 1,000 key U.S. Supreme Court rulings affecting criminal justice. An appendix of juried academic journals is included, and a new compilation of Web sites in the field.


PART I The Dictonary of Criminal Justice, Sixth Edition Preface to the Dictionary of Criminal JusticeAn A-through-Z listing of hard-to-find definitions of terms particularly useful to students and practitioners in the broad, interdisciplinary field of criminal justicePART II Summaries of Supreme Court Cases Affecting Criminal JusticeSuccinct summaries of nearly 1,000 important Supreme Court cases that have affected the study and practice of criminal justicePreface to the Summaries of Supreme Court CasesI First Amendment IssuesA. Freedom of SpeechB. Freedom of the PressC. Obscenity and Related IssuesD. Freedom of ReligionII Fourth Amendment IssuesA. Aerial SurveillanceB. Arrest and BookingC. Border SearchesD. Car and Other Vehicle SearchesE. Closed ContainersF. Consent SearchesG. Plain View and Open Fields DoctrinesH. Stop-and-FriskI. WarrantsJ. Wiretapping and Electronic SurveillanceK. Other Fourth Amendment Issues1. Use of Force2. Drug Testing3. Trash Searches4. Sobriety Tests5. Knock and Announce6. Other IssuesIII Identification ProceduresIV Fifth Amendment IssuesA. Self-Incrimination1. Confessions2. Other Self-Incrimination IssuesB. Double JeopardyC. IndictmentV Sixth Amendment IssuesA. Right to CounselB. Grand and Petit Juries1. Trial Juries2. Grand JuriesC. Trial1. Public Access to Trial2. Publicity3. Plea Bargaining4. Filing Additional Charges and Imposing Greater Sentences5. Speedy Trial6. Confrontation and Cross-Examination7. Prosecutor's Misconduct8. Role of Judge and Jury9. Other Issuesa. Insanity and Competency to Stand Trialb. Immunityc. Security in the ClassroomVI Eighth Amendment IssuesA. Death PenaltyB. Other Eighth Amendment IssuesVII Due Process IssuesA. General StandardB. Parole and ProbationC. DetentionD. Standard of ProofE. VaguenessF. DiscoveryG. PresumptionsH. Insanity and Competence to Stand TrialI. Forfeiture ProceedingsJ. Sexually Violent PredatorsK. Intoxication DefenseL. Other IssuesVIII Equal Protection IssuesIX Rights of the IncarceratedX Juvenile Court ProceedingsXI Use of Illegally Obtained EvidenceA. Exclusionary RuleB. Fruit of the Poisonous Tree and Related DoctrinesC. StandingXII Civil Rights Act and Constitutional TortsXIII Habeas Corpus in Federal Courts to Remedy Constitutional WrongsXIV Other Constitutional IssuesA. Ex Post Facto LawsB. Jurisdiction over the MilitaryC. Other IssuesIndex of CasesAppendicesAppendix A Doctoral Programs in Criminal JusticeAppendix B Forensic Agencies and OrganizationsAppendix C Criminal Justice Web SitesAppendix D Juried/Refereed Journals

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