Criminal law covers all aspects of law enforcement activity from the point of the identification, interrogation and arrest of a suspect, through the trial process, conviction, sentencing, incarcaration, probation and parole, and eventual discharge from custody of a convicted criminal, and any ongoing duty for the convicted criminal to register with local authorities. It also covers victim's rights issues.
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Capital Defense Network
A resource dedicated to assisting counsel representing clients in federal capital cases.
Center for Court Innovation
Information about problem-solving courts, such as drug courts, community courts and mental health courts, which seek to improve case outcomes for communities and litigants.
Center for Criminal Justice Advocacy
Information and tips for litigating criminal cases.
Justice Information Center
Information on the U.S. criminal justice system, covering subjects including juvenile crime, law enforcement, corrections, and crime prevention, from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service.
Questioning Double Jeopardy
Advocating against double jeopardy protections in Australia.
Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
Searchable criminal justice data, organized by subject.
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