Virtual Justice by Professor H. Richard Uviller
The Flawed Prosecution of Crime in America

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Sensational trials televised and reported by news media have focused attention recently on the American criminal justice system. This work examines the flaws, contradictions and weaknesses in the system, asking questions about issues such as the contribution of lawyers to justice in the courtroom.
 

About Professor H. Richard Uviller

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H. Richard Uviller is Arthur Levitt Professor of Law at Columbia University. He is the author of The Tilted Playing Field: Is Criminal Justice Unfair? and Virtual Justice: The Flawed Prosecution of Crime in America. William G. Merkel has a J.D. from Columbia University and is completing his doctorate in History at Oxford University.
 
Published May 29, 1996 by Yale University Press. 336 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Reform arguments about criminal justice often fall along one or another side of a line dividing criminal defendants and the law-abiding public.

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