Originally published in 1991, The Case for the Prosecution examines the entire process of arrest through to conviction.
List of tables
1. Criminal Justice in England and Wales
2. Constructing the Suspect Population
3. In the Police Station
4. Building the Case: Interrogation
5. Building the Case: Police Records and Non-Interrogation Evidence
6. Grading and Sorting the Suspect Population
7. Reviewing the Case for the Prosecution
8. Acquittals and Convictions
9. Understanding the Criminal Justice Process
10. The Problem of Law Reform
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