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JUSTICE is the first Harvard course to be made freely available online and on public television. Nea...

This free material is an interactive game site which focuses on crime solving in the framework of th...

BUSTED-America's War on Marijuana, is a good attempt to explain the marijuana industry and the cont...

Bioterror is an extremely important and very interesting look into the past history and present thre...

When Kids Get Life profiles the cases of five juveniles sentenced in Colorado to life in prison with...

This site contains links to audio recordings of stories of the experiences of prisoners, parents of...

The Staged Crime Scene is a quick study for anyone interested in how and/or why someone would deci...

The Office for Victims of Crime (U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs) developed t...

The question is; What becomes of the mentally ill when they leave prison and return to our communit...

The Death Penalty Information Center (DPIC) is a non-profit organization serving the media and the p...

The reader is asked to solve a real who done it when it comes to answering the question of who kil...

This site is provided by Student Services at the Eastern Washington University. It is one of many p...

The producer of this Frontline documentary of a crime of insanity, immediately informs the reader...

This is the fourth section of a five-part tutorial concerning the Criminal Justice System (CJS) of E...

This module is a public radio broadcast hosted by Ray Suarez. The audio includes taped excerpts of...

This is a site that as the author states, has interesting information on forensics and interactive...

The Sentencing Project works for the reform of unfair and ineffective criminal justice policies and...

This site provides links to Internet sites which are related to civil liberties in general, the USA...

This learning objective entails a PowerPoint presentation of how the death penalty is constructed in...