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Author: Craig Hemmens,Barbara Belbot
ISBN: 1593324243
Pages 270 pages
Publisher LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC (July 1, 2010)
Language English
Category: Other
Rating: 4.8
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ePUB size: 1482 kb
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by Barbara Belbot (Author), Craig Hemmens (Author), Michael R. Cavanaugh (Author) & 0 more. The book touches all of the major considerations in correctional law, illuminates why those considerations are important, and is eminently readable.

by Barbara Belbot (Author), Craig Hemmens (Author), Michael R. ISBN-13: 978-1593328320. -Brandon K. Applegate, Professor, University of South Carolina. I know of no other book that develops the area of correctional law with either the depth or the breadth of this book. A person who wants to find out about the law on corrections-issues, history, impact need go no further than this one volume.

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The Legal Rights of the Convicted. by Barbara Belbot, Craig Hemmens. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781593324247 (978-1-59332-424-7) Softcover, LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC, 2010. Find signed collectible books: 'The Legal Rights of the Convicted'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Barbara Belbot at LibraryThing.

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Craig Hemmens, Barbara Belbot, and Katherine Bennett. The book introduces students to the legal arena without overwhelming legalese. Very student-friendly. Publication Date - January 2013. Criminal justice case briefs series. -Tom Powell, Paradise Valley Community College. This book offers a unique approach.

Belbot, Barbara . Craig Hemmens, & Michael Cavanaugh (2015) The Legal Rights of the Convicted (2d e. Craig Hemmens, Barbara Belbot, & Katherine Bennett (2013). Significant Cases in Corrections (2d e. LFB Scholarly Publishing: El Paso. Oxford University Press: New York. Belbot, Barbara A. & Craig Hemmens, (2010) The Legal Rights of the Convicted. (2005). Guide to Criminal Law for Texas (3d e. Wadsworth Publishing Company: Belmont, CA. Craig Hemmens, Barbara Belbot, & Katherine Bennett (2004)

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The Legal Rights of the Convicted is a comprehensive examination of the legal rights of convicted offenders, including offenders who are incarcerated, on probation, or paroled. While it highlights significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions, it also discusses interesting and significant lower court cases involving prisoners rights. Belbot and Hemmens do more than present court cases and legal doctrines. They provide both the historical and political context in which the decisions were rendered. They demonstrate the evolution of the prisoners rights movement in the U.S. and its relationship to the civil rights movement and how recent political developments have shaped the way courts analyze the issues and how the U.S. Congress has responded. The text is especially good at helping students appreciate the prison environment and how the legal issues that prisoners raise are impacted by that unique setting. The text introduces students to the place where law intersects with corrections and has cross appeal to students of corrections, law, and the sociology of law.
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Dr. Belbot is an amazing professor and both authors did a great job at making this book easy to comprehend yet so detailed.
Dianaghma
great book ended up purchasing a copy for my library