The Transformation of Criminal Justice

The Transformation of Criminal Justice

Allen Steinberg brings to life the court-centered criminal justice system of nineteenth-century Philadelphia, chronicles its eclipse, and contrasts it to the system -- dominated by the police and public prosecutor -- that replaced it. He offers a major reinterpretation of criminal justice in nineteenth-century America by examining this transformation from private to state prosecution and analyzing the discontinuity between the two systems.

Steinberg first establishes… (more)

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (November 09, 2000)

Collection: Studies in Legal History

Page count: 336 pages

Language: English


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