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  1. The abolition of prison

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    The abolition of prison

    2021
    Summary: "The Abolition of Prison provides a reflection from a longtime prison abolitionist on the ideas, actions, and writings of anti-prison activism over the last fifty years. This book powerfully makes the case for the end of prisons, punishment, and guilt and, instead, suggests we work towards social change, care, collectivity, and ending regimes of repression and violence. The book weaves together Lesage de La Haye's own experience in prison, as a psychologist, and as an abolitionist, with arguments and proposals from abolitionist writings, and countless examples of prisoner actions, prison alternatives, and attempts to create a more just world. Lesage de La Haye argues simply that, if we take the justifications for prison and punishment at their word, we must evaluate the system as a complete failure and stop supporting and funneling money into it. There is a long history of alternative ways to address problems in society, both inside the Western systems of law and from Indigenous communities. Lesage de la Haye starkly portrays the effects of punishment, concluding that prison is simply a slow death. The move toward abolition is achievable today and necessary for a society free from systematized oppression."--Publisher description
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    Scott Branson
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    Translatation of: Lesage de La Haye, Jacques, 1938- ; L'abolition de la prison, Print version, Print version: Lesage de La Haye, Jacques, 1938- ; Abolition of prison, Why prisons? -- The revolt of abolitionists -- What prison is like -- Sex and prison -- No integration, no re-entry -- Alternatives to incarceration: the forerunners -- Recent and current alternatives to incarceration -- Mediation and reparation -- How do we go abolition? -- Why abolition?
    Original titel: 
    Abolition de la prison
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781849354219, 1849354219
    Udgiver: 
    AK Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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  2. Rough justice : policing, crime, and the origins of the Newfoundland Constabulary, 1729-1871

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    Rough justice : policing, crime, and the origins of the Newfoundland Constabulary, 1729-1871

    2021
    Summary: "Rough Justice is a history of policing and crime in early Newfoundland. It focuses on the period between the appointment of the first constables on the island in 1729 to the establishment of the Newfoundland Constabulary in 1871, now known as the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary. This makes the Constabulary the oldest continuous police service in Canada. This book concentrates on regular constables and their lived experiences in the court system and in the community. These law officers, who were largely ignored by politicians at the time and by historians in recent decades, were critical to making that justice system work. This social and legal study brings their stories to life for the first time. Case studies provide fascinating glimpses into the dangers of law enforcement across the island, not just in St. John's and Conception Bay, but also in rural districts such as Trinity and Placentia. First and foremost, these men, mostly untrained amateurs, were officers of the court, but they also played important roles in some of the most notable historical events and social crises over the course of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The formation of the modern-day Constabulary in 1871 was a significant historical event. Rough Justice focuses on those early policemen. With a foreword by Edward Roberts, former lieutenant-governor of Newfoundland and Labrador."
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    Print version: Mercer, Keith, 1978- ; Rough justice, Intro -- Title page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- List of Tables and Appendices -- Abbreviations -- Foreword -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Fishing Admirals and Legal Confusion -- Searching for John Guy: Early Governors and Laws -- The Rise of the Royal Navy -- Legal Experiments and Frustrations -- Garrison Intrigue -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3: The Birth of the Police, 1729-65 -- Governor Osborne and the District System -- Britain and Newfoundland -- Constable Slaughter in Action, 1730 -- Legal Stagnation and the Sabbath -- Crime and the Courts -- Assault on the Night Watch, 1754, Constables in Early Trinity -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Officers of the Court, 1765-90 -- Social Challenges in Trinity and Bonavista Bays -- Policing the Irish Shore -- The St. John's Assizes -- Roads and Buildings -- Comparisons: Nova Scotia and Quebec -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5: Publicans and Policemen, 1790-1815 -- The Tavern-Keeper System in St. John's -- Early Reforms and Outport Trends -- Court Costs and Police Wages -- Dominick King's Ordeal -- Policing and Punishment -- Chasing Deserters: Constables and the Military -- Ship Rooms and the St. John's Constabulary -- Conclusion, Chapter 6: Crime-Fighting and Political Reform, 1815-32 -- Winters of the Rals -- Property Crime in St. John's -- Rural Constables: St. Mary's and Burin -- Debating Municipal Reform in St. John's -- The Lundrigan-Butler Affair in Conception Bay -- Supreme Court Challenge -- The St. John's Constabulary in the 1820s -- Resisting the Police -- Down North: Twillingate and Labrador -- Municipal Incorporation and Colonial Reform -- Conclusion -- Chapter 7: The Newfoundland Constabulary, 1832-71 -- The Politics of Policing -- Judge Des Barres on Trial -- The Night Watch in St. John's, Inspector Timothy Mitchell -- The Dog Problem -- Carbonear in the 1860s -- Redcoats and Rioters -- The Withdrawal of the Garrison -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8: Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- Appendix 1 -- Appendix 2 -- Appendix 3 -- Appendix 4 -- Appendix 5 -- Appendix 6 -- Bibliography of Archival Sources -- About the Author -- Index
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781774570197, 9781774570180, 9781774570173, 177457019X, 1774570181, 1774570173
    Udgiver: 
    Flanker Press Ltd.
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    voksenmaterialer
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  3. Race, rights, and redemption : the Derrick Bell lectures on the law and critical race theory

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    Race, rights, and redemption : the Derrick Bell lectures on the law and critical race theory

    2021
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    Bidrag af: 
    Barbara Lee (1946-), Janet Dewart Bell, Vincent M. Southerland
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    Reprint of (manifestation): Carving out a humanity, Print version: Carving out a humanity ; Race, rights, and redemption, Originally published as: Carving out a humanity. 2020, Introduction by Congresswoman Barbara Lee
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781620977354, 1620977354
    Udgiver: 
    The New Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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  4. Conscience of prosecutors in international criminal law : the heart of the matter

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    Conscience of prosecutors in international criminal law : the heart of the matter

    2021
    Summary: "This book evaluates the resting pulse of national and international criminal justice in conjunction with the actual definition of the truth which burdens prosecutors. Prosecutors have several valuable, yet inconspicuous tasks which are significant to criminal procedure. In criminal justice, the conscience of justice is based on the pursuit of the truth by using evidence. As a rule of genuine judgment, we seek to discuss the principle of truth and its enforcement in the proceedings of criminal justice. The visual perception of moral law and its imperative function governing the theory of ethical obligations, responsibilities, and duties of the prosecutor in the criminal jurisdiction therefore represents the primary starting point for all of our judgments. Prosecutors should actively ensure that both powerful and powerless criminals are brought to justice. The main objective of the statute of the permanent International Criminal Court (ICC) claims to uphold the high moral precedent which must be set by the Office of the Prosecutor. However, the actual practice of the ICC has instead led to millions of deaths, including those of innocent children, as well as the destruction of countries whose protection is not considered to be in "the interest of justice". If the ICC wishes to establish justice for victims, then the deterrence of impunity for any criminal should be its priority. The ICC should not become a pawn of the political superpowers or the platform through which the prosecutor can misuse classified documents to serve their personal interests. The ultimate nature of justice cannot be comprehensive if impartial validity is not the permanent foundation of the core pillars in all criminal proceedings"
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    Print version: Malekian, Farhad ; Conscience of prosecutors in international criminal law, Rules for prosecutors -- Safeguarding the mentality of criminal justice -- Equitable ethical approach -- Inappropriate conduct of prosecutors -- Moral judgements of the prosecutor of the international criminal court -- Ventriloquizing prosecutors -- Burden proof of prosecutors conducts
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781685072995, 9781685072995, 1685072992
    Udgiver: 
    Nova Science Publishers
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1285873943|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:on1285873943|980|a
  5. Guilty people

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    Print version: Smith, Abbe ; Guilty people, Petty criminals -- Ordinary felons -- Rapists -- Murderers -- Guilty clients, guilty lawyers -- Index, Includes index
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781978803404, 1978803400
    Udgiver: 
    Rutgers University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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  6. Pro dignitate legis et maiestate iustitiae : księga jubileuszowa z okazji 70. rocznicy urodzin Profesora Witolda Kuleszy

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    Pro dignitate legis et maiestate iustitiae : księga jubileuszowa z okazji 70. rocznicy urodzin Profesora Witolda Kuleszy

    2020
    Wydanie I.
    Summary: "W maju 2020 roku Profesor Witold Kulesza obchodził 70. rocznicę urodzin. Z tej okazji postanowiliśmy skierować zaproszenie do wybitnych przedstawicieli najważniejszych ośrodków naukowych w Polsce i za granicą, by wspólnie uhonorować Jubilata. Efektem naszej współpracy jest prezentowana księga jubileuszowa, zawierająca pięćdziesiąt artykułów o szerokiej tematyce. Zostały one pogrupowane w obrębie czterech rozdziałów - O sprawiedliwości, O prawie karnym w ogólności, O prawie karnym w szczególności, O kryminologii i polityce kryminalnej - by nawiązać do najistotniejszych wątków dorobku naukowego Jubilata. Wśród nich znajdują się prace z pogranicza prawa karnego oraz filozofii państwa i prawa, a także dotyczące poszczególnych typów przestępstw. Autorzy artykułów zarówno sięgają wstecz, jak i odnoszą się do współcześnie wprowadzonych rozwiązań z zakresu prawa penalnego. Pro dignitate legis et maiestate iustitiae, żywiąc głęboki szacunek wysokie uznanie dla Profesora Witolda Kuleszy, składamy tę księgę Jubilatowi w hołdzie i darze."
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    Witold Kulesza, Agnieszka Liszewska, Jan Kulesza
    ISBN nr.: 
    9788381427500, 8381427509
    Udgiver: 
    Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
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    voksenmaterialer
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  7. Imagining the international : crime, justice, and the promise of community

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    Imagining the international : crime, justice, and the promise of community

    2020
    Summary: "Through an analysis of archival and contemporary data, Imagining the International provides a detailed picture of how ideas of international crime (crimes against all humanity) and global justice are given content, foregrounding their ethical limits and potentials. Nesam McMillan argues that dominant approaches to these ideas problematically disconnect them from the lived and the specific and foster distance between those who have experienced international crime and those who have not."
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    Print version: McMillan, Nesam, 1979- ; Imagining the international, Introduction : the ideas of "international" crime and justice -- On international crime, justice and community -- "Rwanda" : the production of a global event -- International crime as spectacle : scale, subjectivity, ethics -- The ideal of international criminal justice : transcendence, otherness, myth -- Conclusion : community beyond crime : untethering international crime, justice and community
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781503612822, 1503612821
    Udgiver: 
    Stanford University Press
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    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1129393605|260|a
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  8. Prison by any other name : the harmful consequences of popular reforms

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    Prison by any other name : the harmful consequences of popular reforms

    2020
    Summary: "Electronic monitoring. Locked-down drug treatment centers. House arrest. Mandated psychiatric treatment. Data-driven surveillance. Extended probation. These are some of the key alternatives held up as cost-effective substitutes for jails and prisons. But many of these so-called reforms actually widen the net, weaving in new strands of punishment and control, and bringing new populations, who would not otherwise have been subject to imprisonment, under physical control by the state. As mainstream public opinion has begun to turn against mass incarceration, political figures on both sides of the spectrum are pushing for reform. But-though they're promoted as steps to confront high rates of imprisonment-many of these measures are transforming our homes and communities into prisons instead. In Prison by Any Other Name, activist journalists Maya Schenwar and Victoria Law reveal the way the kinder, gentler narrative of reform can obscure agendas of social control and challenge us to question the ways we replicate the status quo when pursuing change. A foreword by Michelle Alexander situates the book in the context of criminal justice reform conversations. Finally, the book offers a bolder vision for truly alternative justice practices"
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    Bidrag af: 
    Michelle Alexander
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    Print version: Schenwar, Maya ; Prison by any other name, Your home is your prison ; Locked down in "treatment" ; Confined in "community" ; Policing parenthood ; Communities as open-air prisons ; Your school is your prison ; Beyond alternatives
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781620973110, 1620973111
    Udgiver: 
    The New Press
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    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1159002580|260|a
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  9. What we know : solutions from our experiences in the justice system

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    What we know : solutions from our experiences in the justice system

    2020
    Summary: "When The New Press, the Center for American Progress, and the Formerly Incarcerated and Convicted Peoples and Family Movement issued a call for innovative reform ideas, over three hundred currently and formerly incarcerated individuals responded. What We Know collects two dozen of their best suggestions, each of which proposes a policy solution derived from their own lived experience. Ideas run the gamut: A man serving time in Indiana argues for a Prison Labor Standards Act, calling for us to reject prison slavery. A Nebraska man who served a federal prison term for white-collar crimes suggests offering courses in entrepreneurship as a way to break down barriers to employment for people returning from incarceration. A woman serving a life sentence in Georgia spells out a system of earned privileges that could increase safety and decrease stress inside prison. And a man serving a twenty-five-year term for a crime he committed at age fifteen advocates powerfully for eliminating existing financial incentives to charge youths as adults. With contributors including nationally known formerly incarcerated leaders in justice reform, twenty-three justice-involved individuals add a perspective that is too often left out of national reform conversations."
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    Vivian Nixon, Daryl Atkinson
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    Print version: Nixon, Vivian ; What we Know : solutions from our experiences in the justice system, Intro -- Introduction -- A Note from the Editors -- 1. Earmark Jobs to Reduce Recidivism -- 2. A Tiny Ray of Light: On the Need for an Authentic Oversight Regime Within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice -- 3. Unlock Digital Inclusion -- 4. On Prison Labor -- 5. Correcting Excessive Sentences of Youthful Offenders -- 6. An Act to Increase Voter Registration and Participation -- 7. On Honor Yards -- 8. Undebatable -- 9. A Call for Pardons -- 10. Over-Incarceration and Gain Time: What's Wrong and How to Fix It -- 11. From Coming Home to Running the Homecoming Project -- 12. "Life" Means Death -- 13. The 13th and the Problem of the Color Line -- 14. From the Ground Up: Tapping the Strengths of Incarcerated People -- 15. A Bridge to Employment -- 16. Closing the Literacy Gap -- 17. The Age of Inequality: Ending the Mass Incarceration of Our Youth -- 18. Prisons as Nursing Homes: A Taxpayer Debacle -- 19. In Defense of Survival: Incentivizing Good Behavior -- 20. Electoral Politics: The New Revolution -- 21. Wards of the State -- 22. Mass Incarceration and Small Business -- 23. A New North Star -- Acknowledgments -- Notes
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781620975305, 1620975300
    Udgiver: 
    The New Press
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    voksenmaterialer
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  10. Paralysing international criminal justice

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    Paralysing international criminal justice

    2020
    Summary: "Even though the injustices occurring against the Palestinians are alarming, no government is assisting the victims. The gavel of lady justice has been stolen by the permanent members of the Security Council, and thus, no state has spoken out against the injustices. The judges and prosecutors of the international courts are threatened by the dialogues of the powerful authorities, and they even celebrate the mourning of the broken dreams of the innocent children. The Palestinian population has been subjected to genocide, annihilation, banishment, and terror at the hands of the grandchildren of those who themselves greatly suffered from the genocide in Europe - and still this situation has been referred to as the deal of the century. For a long period of time, the territorial integrity, the traditional sovereignty, the spiritual capital, and the international legal personality of one of the oldest nations of the world have been suffering, arguably to feed the political laundering of other nations. Without any hesitation, the principles of dignity, justice, and equality allegedly upheld by the United Nations should be questioned given the inequity in voting and membership within the organisation. This book seeks bare justice and to tackle the grave violations of international criminal justice in Palestine and elucidate the fact that the notions of irresponsibility, non-accountability, and impunity are stronger than the corpus of the permanent International Criminal Court"
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    Criminal justice, law enforcement and corrections: human rights: contemporary issues and perspectives
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    Print version: Malekian, Farhad ; Paralysing international criminal justice, Struggling for companionate justice -- Crimes of justice -- The notion of international legal personality -- Traditional recognition of Palestine -- Violations of international peremptory criminal law -- The mens rea of political laundering crucifying Al-Quds/Jerusalem -- Actus reus of the declaration implying the guilty mind -- Characterising dignity through the exploitation of legal personality -- Conclusion
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781536187823, 1536187828
    Udgiver: 
    Nova SciencePublishers, Inc.
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    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1198988186|260|a
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