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This book brings together the work of legal scholars, sociologists, criminologists, political scientists, and law reformers to better understand a pivotal actor in the criminal legal systems all around the world: the prosecutor. Scholarship focusing on prosecutors in particular has begun to emerge as its own sub-discipline within criminal law, and this book surveys the many different strands of that work, underscoring the diversity among prosecutors around the world. The chapters reveal the ordinary conduct of the prosecutor at various stages of criminal proceedings, the various interactions…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book brings together the work of legal scholars, sociologists, criminologists, political scientists, and law reformers to better understand a pivotal actor in the criminal legal systems all around the world: the prosecutor. Scholarship focusing on prosecutors in particular has begun to emerge as its own sub-discipline within criminal law, and this book surveys the many different strands of that work, underscoring the diversity among prosecutors around the world. The chapters reveal the ordinary conduct of the prosecutor at various stages of criminal proceedings, the various interactions of prosecutors with local communities and other governmental actors, and the distinctive habits and concerns that arise for prosecutors in specialized settings such as juvenile justice and immigration.
Autorenporträt
Ronald F. Wright is Needham Y. Gulley Professor of Criminal Law at Wake Forest University. Kay L. Levine is Professor of Law at Emory University School of Law. Russell M. Gold is Associate Professor of Legal Writing at Wake Forest University School of Law.