aChallenging and daring. Marshall Frank gives us all much to think about. These essays should be discussed and considered by criminal justice professionals, lawmakers and academic thinkers everywhere.a a David Waksman, Author and Assat State Attorney, Miami, Florida aMarshall Frank challenges conventional thought and policies that are not working. He uses the criminal justice system as a mirror of where our society has been, and a window of where we should be going. Buckle up for a thought-provoking episode of Frank talk.a a Douglas W. Hughes, Retired Police Major, former Florida Drug Czar In Criminal InJustice In America, author Marshall Frank presents a powerful argument for amending laws and process regarding the war on drugs, prostitution, abortion, capital punishment, sex offenses and more. Frank points out how narrow thinking has created an irreversible justice quagmire which not only creates more crime, it serves a prison industrial complex that has grown into a cheap labor pool for corporate America. Only a non-politically correct, thirty-year career cop with the muzzle removed can dare offer such candid and startling alternatives to a failed system that now houses 2.3 million inmates in Americaas prisons, at least a third of whom do not belong there. Readers with interest in the American justice system will find this a stimulating and fascinating collection of essays on subjects never before tackled in this manner. Definitely a book for thinkers. www.marshallfrank.comEssays By A Career Cop Marshall Frank ... Law enforcement at all levels needs tools to combat gun violence. ... According to an ABC News Poll, April of2007, 61 percent ofAmericans favor stricter gun control laws, while 36 percent oppose.
|Title||:||Criminal InJustice In America|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2008-10-31|