The Criminal Justice System, Second Edition “Highly recommended for public, school and college libraries.” —Booklist Starred Review “Put together by hundreds of contributors from both the academic world and the criminal justice profession, The Criminal Justice System is a valuable one-stop reference work for a quick understanding of some of the most important issues in the U.S. criminal justice system.” —ARBA The Criminal Justice System, completely updated, covers the most important aspects of criminal justice in the United States. It details the commission and frequency of crimes through the investigation, apprehension, prosecution, and punishment of wrongdoers. The core issues of criminal justice are approached through a variety of perspectives: • Crimes: includes nearly 40 core articles on specific categories of crime—ranging from animal abuse and arson to vandalism and white-collar crime. • Codes: The framework of American law and significant individual pieces of legislation. • Constitutions: The content of the nation’s foundation documents, their interpretation, and their impact on modern criminal justice. • Cops: The varieties of municipal, state, and federal law-enforcement agencies and the relationships among them, as well as their investigative work, specific functions, arrests, and other procedures. • Courts: The structures of the federal and state court system, the relationships among the courts, attorneys, judges and officers of the courts, and trial procedures. • Corrections: Sentencing, capital punishment, prison systems, prison conditions, and parole and pardons are covered in depth. Other broad subjects include business and commerce, drugs, juvenile justice, the media, military justice, rights issues, traffic law, victims and aspects of international justice. Five indexes and a multitude of informative appendices round out the text. Designed for high school and undergraduate researchers, as well as public library patrons, this clear and authoritative source is an engaging resource for this high-interest subject area. April 2017 | Three Volumes; 1,400 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-310-7 | Library Price: $295 The Bill of Rights, Second Edition “Highly recommended to public and academic libraries. It is an excellent resource for students and faculty of government and politics, social science, and law and for students studying current events. Overall, this should be a key resource in reference collections.” -ARBA The Bill of Rights is a comprehensive survey of all aspects of the U.S. Bill of Rights, from its origins to its role in modern American history. Special attention is given to the organic relationship of the Bill of Rights to the original Constitution, its ongoing interpretation and incorporation by the U.S. Supreme Court, and the political and social issues it has spawned. This new edition adds new coverage of recent challenges to and reinterpretations of The Bill of Rights regarding reproductive rights, same-sex marriage, and free expression in a digital age. Essays are divided under four broad headings: • Overviews survey the history and significance of the Bill of Rights within the broader contexts of the principles of constitutional law and U.S. legal history. • Amendments provide individual coverage of each of the first ten amendments. • Issues cover subjects ranging from censorship, civil rights and liberties, due process and freedom of religion, to the right to counsel and Miranda rights. • Court Cases offer nearly 300 articles on the individual court cases through which the rights in the Bill of Rights have been defined and extended. It is through these cases that the Supreme Court has provided authoritative interpretations of the Bill of Rights, thereby establishing doctrines and principles of constitutional law. Additional appendices include a glossary, a timeline, an annotated bibliography, and a table summarizing the stances on the Bill of Rights taken by every justice who has sat on the Supreme Court, along with the complete texts of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution and its amendments and a comprehensive subject index. October 2017 | Two Volumes, 900 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-593-4 | Library Price: $175 RECENT RECENT U.S. GOVERNMENT History FREE Online Access FREE FREE Online Access FREE BEST SELLER! RECENT RECENT FIRST TIME ONLINE! This is the first edition of this title with free online access! FIRST TIME ONLINE! This is the first edition of this title with free online access! eBooks are also available visit www.salempress.com for more information (800) 221-1592 www.salempress.com GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! U.S. GOVERNMENT HISTORY 84