A biography of Winnie Ruth Judd, a murderess from the 1930s who killed two women and stuffed their bodies into packing trunks.
A review of John Dart’s opinion of the death penalty based on his article.
This paper examines the neurophysiological and psychological roles in criminal behavior: Brain’s influence under normal & abnormal conditions, Research, psychosurgery and drugs.
This paper examines the history, objectives, legal requirements, conditions and effectiveness of several projects that deal with education in correctional institutions including the role of education in rehabilitation, inmate-teaching, street law and reme
This paper is a comprehensive study of incarceration in history, stressing modern reforms, probation, parole, prevention and rehabilitation arguments, homosexuality, conjugal visits and the need for greater reform.
An overview of the arguments both for and against the legalization of narcotics.
Describes a policy, adopted by Stanford Students, which restricts certain types of free speech and examines whether this policy conflicts with the first amendment or is a just application of John Stuart Mill’s harm principle.
Discusses the negative impact that the exclusionary rule has had on the American justice system.
An overview of the extent and power of organized crime in Poland.
An argument that women receive harsher prison sentences than men in Britain.