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CRIM 440- Theory of Justice: Books & E-books

Use this guide to find relevant library resources pertaining to criminal justice theory.

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HV7231-9960                                Criminal justice administration

HV7428                                              Social work with delinquents and criminals

HV7431                                              Prevention of crime, methods, etc.

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K4740‑4760                                              Military criminal law and procedure

K5000‑5582                                        Criminal law and procedure

K5015.4‑5350                                           Criminal law

K5401‑5570                                              Criminal procedure

K5575‑5582                                              Juvenile criminal law and procedure

KBU3500‑3774                              Sanctions in the Church. Criminal law.

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