By Carolyn Boyes-Watson
Crime and Justice bargains a complete creation to the U.S. legal justice procedure via nineteen ancient and modern case experiences. each one bankruptcy opens with an enticing case, via an explanatory bankruptcy that teaches center recommendations, keyword phrases, and demanding matters. the second one version has been revised and up-to-date all through. It gains new chapters on terrorism, the conflict on medicines, and gender. It additionally expands insurance of white collar crime and sufferers’ matters. New circumstances contain Enron, the O.J. Simpson trial, Barbara Sheehan and Battered Women’s security, the tale of Al Capone, and extra.
In this moment variation, Carolyn Boyes-Watson, with members Susan T. Krumholz and Aviva M. Rich-Shea, increase scholar studying via case stories that serve a number of studying pursuits: situations discover sociological problems with race, classification, gender, and tool, whereas additionally instructing scholars the legislations and tactics of the justice process. The booklet is great for not only advent to felony Justice classes, but in addition any direction that introduces scholars to the options of crime and justice.
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In an astounding fifteen minutes, Ruby Bates corroborated the testimony of the two white men and completely recanted her earlier testimony. The boys had not raped, touched, or even spoken to her or Victoria Price on that train ride. Victoria had told her to say that to avoid being arrested for vagrancy and crossing the state line with men. It had all been a big lie. To a stunned silence in the courtroom, the defense rested its case. The prosecution fought back. They claimed that Bates was lying.
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7 The motion to overturn the indictments was denied by Judge Horton. Jury selection took place and again there were no blacks on the jury because there were no blacks on the jury pool in the county. S. Supreme Court. The star witness for the prosecution, Victoria Price, took the stand to tell her story in a court of law for the fifth time. During the initial trials, the hapless defense attorneys had attempted to raise questions about the character of Victoria Price and Ruby Bates by asking them about their profession and about their previous liaisons with men.
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