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No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the Amerian Criminal Justice System.

David Cole

No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the Amerian Criminal Justice System.

by David Cole

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Published by New Press in S.l .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL23090477M
ISBN 101565849477
OCLC/WorldCa566647575

I argue that while our criminal justice system is explicitly based on the premise and promise of equality before the law, the administration of criminal law—whether by the officer on the beat, the legislature, or the Supreme Court—is in fact predicated on the exploitation of inequality. My claim is not simply that we have ignored inequality’s effects within the criminal justice system Cited by:   Michael Rocque is a doctoral student at Northeastern University in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. His research interests include the demography of crime, racial disparities in the criminal justice system, and desistance from by:

No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System: Author(s): David Cole: Date Published: Page Count: Sponsoring Agency: The New Press New York, NY Publication Number: ISBN Sale Source: The New Press Wall Street, 31st floor New York, NY United States of America: Publisher: http. Add tags for "No equal justice: race and class in the American criminal justice system". Be the first.

This book is a good starter book for students of criminal justice-while the book blames too much on the Supreme Court it still shows the biases real well within our system of justice. The book could spend a little more time on solutions-case examples and the minority problems which cause crime within our society-but this is a good book overall/5(13).   I can say from experience that no one will truly know if race plays a role in the criminal justice system unless they actually go to court and observe a few cases. The cases that I listed above are just few of the thousands and thousands of cases heard in courts all over the United States per day.


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No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the Amerian Criminal Justice System by David Cole Download PDF EPUB FB2

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David Cole is the George Mitchell Professor of Law and Public Policy at Georgetown University Law Center. He is also a regular contributor to the New York Review of Books and the legal affairs correspondent for The is the author of No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System, the American Book Award–winning Enemy Aliens: Double Pages: Description No Equal Justice is the seminal work on race- and class-based double standards in criminal justice.

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"NO Equal Justice: Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System," by Georgetown University law professor David Cole, analyzes the nature and extent of racial disparities in the criminal justice system and the dynamics that contribute to them.

Devastating critique showing how the criminal justice system perpetuates race and class inequality, creating a two tiered system of justice. From The Publisher David Cole conclusively shows that, despite a veneer of neutrality, race- and class-based double standards operate in virtually every criminal justice setting, from police behavior, to.

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No Equal Justice is the seminal work on race- and class-based double standards in criminal justice. Hailed as a "shocking and necessary book" by The Economist, it has become the standard reference point for anyone trying to understand the fundamental inequalities in the American legal system.

Refers to the act of using race to determine whether a person is likely to have committed a crime In the book No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System, author David Cole cites a report from a Florida county that revealed that although 95% of residents were white, 70% of drivers stopped by the polices were African American and in some cases Latino.

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Although Cole has produced a wellwritten and well-researched critique of inequalities in the criminal justice system, No Equal Justice is not without its shortcomings. While his book purports to address both race and class, Cole focuses almost exclusively on the former, discussing class-based disparities primarily in terms of appointed counsel for indigent defendants.

No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System. as well as numerous other journal articles and publications. This article originally appeared as the introduction to. No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System.

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