Juvenile Justice: A Collection of True-Crime Cases by Debbie J. GoodmanJuvenile Justice: A Collection of True-Crime Cases by Debbie J. Goodman

Juvenile Justice: A Collection of True-Crime Cases

byDebbie J. Goodman, Ron Grimming

Paperback | September 24, 2007

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Juvenile crime is one of the nation’s most serious crime problems. As part of Prentice Hall’s Reality Reading Series, this case book explores the topic using provocative, high-profile cases. Written in a unique police-style, the casebook examines poignant questions about juveniles and is designed to encourage vibrant discussion about these real situations. Filled with current statistical data, its purpose is to present a realistic look at youth offenders and a better understanding about this disruptive social condition
Ron Grimming Ron Grimming has an extensive and impressive 33-year background in law enforcement.  His career in law enforcement began in 1970 as a Special Agent with the Illinois State Police. He served in various investigative assignments including: special task forces targeting criminal activities associated with subversive groups...
Title:Juvenile Justice: A Collection of True-Crime CasesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 9 × 5.9 × 0.3 inPublished:September 24, 2007Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0135127823

ISBN - 13:9780135127827

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1    Juvenile Justice: A Glimpse of Reality                 


Chapter 2    Columbine Tragedy       


Chapter 3    Murder or Wrestling? TheLionel Tate Story   


Chapter 4    Allentown Stalker  


Chapter 5    Lesbian Killers  


Chapter 6    The Amy Fisher Story                                     


Chapter 7    The James Bulger Abduction