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Convicted

Author : Tim Hughes
ISBN : 9780985660901
Genre : Fiction
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Convicted is the first book in a series of stories inspired by the parables of Jesus. The Impact Series focuses on the impact each of us has on the people we interact with every day. As Christians the light of Christ shines through us, often despite our best efforts to snuff it out. If we learn to trust God and listen to his promptings, we can and will have a positive impact for Christ.Join our hero, Declan Elliot, as he struggles to survive the brutalities of America in 2025. On the way home from work one evening, Declan's life changes forever. The night's events thrust him headlong into a perilous journey fraught with murder, catastrophic weather and out of control crime. In this 21st century retelling of the classic parable of the Good Samaritan, Declan battles to overcome rejection, betrayal and a high powered politician who will stop at nothing to see him dead. With his faith tested and his spirit under attack, how will our hero respond?

Convicted By Juries Exonerated By Science

Author : Edward F. Connors
ISBN : 0788131257
Genre : Law
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The development of DNA technology furthers the search for truth by helping police & prosecutors in the fight against violent crime. Most of the individuals whose stories are told in the report were convicted after jury trials & were sentenced to long prison terms. They successfully challenged their convictions, using DNA tests on existing evidence. They had served, on average, seven years in prison. By highlighting the importance & utility of DNA evidence, this report presents challenges to the scientific & justice communities. A task ahead is to maintain the highest standards for the collection & preservation of DNA evidence.

A Sword For The Convicted

Author : David T. Wasserman
ISBN : 0313268819
Genre : Law
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This book offers the first study of indigent criminal appellate representation in the United States. Using New York City as a research model, it explores the organizational, tactical, and ethical challenges of providing zealous advocacy for every convicted indigent wishing to appeal. The author, a former staff attorney with New York's Legal Aid Society, examines the impact of the Supreme Court's Douglas decision on appellate courts and representation; presents an empirical study of criminal appeals in New York; and discusses the implications of this research for indigent appellate defense.

Convicted Survivors

Author : Elizabeth Dermody Leonard
ISBN : 9780791488881
Genre : Social Science
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Explores the experiences of women imprisoned for killing their male abusers and their treatment by the criminal justice system.

Convicted

Author : Melanie Scherencel Bockmann
ISBN : 9780828026413
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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He was a juvenile delinquent, an angry kid with no reason to play by the rules. His mission in life was to wreak havoc anywhere and anytime he could. His parents were afraid of him, and his teachers hated him. Other than smoking marijuana, his favorite pastime was theft. Every once in a while he spent a night in the local detention center. Then, on Halloween night, he got caught driving a getaway car loaded with cash, drugs, and guns. But this time he wasn't getting off with a slap on the wrist. Everything he'd done up until now was child's play in comparison. Seven counts of kidnapping, two burglaries, and three armed robberies guaranteed 16-yearold Andrew Mitchell some serious time behind bars. Yet it was in solitary confinement that he first tasted true freedom, first felt that there was any purpose to his life. One copy of The Living Bible in the hands of this very bored teenager had an effect that no one in Andrew's life would have ever predicted.

Convicted

Author : Gary Powell
ISBN : 9781445670539
Genre : True Crime
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A fascinating array of cases that helped shape British criminal history. Britain has long been a leader in crime-fighting technology and forensic science, and this is the story of how technology and techniques have developed over the years.

Legal Rights Of The Convicted

Author : Hazel B. Kerper
ISBN : STANFORD:36105044338221
Genre : Law
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Convicted

Author : Charles W. Colson
ISBN : 0891075062
Genre : Social Science
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Discusses the cause of crime, the effectiveness of prisons, Biblical solutions to the problem of crime, and suggestions on how to help crime victims

State Court Sentencing Of Convicted Felons 1992

Author : Patrick A. Langan
ISBN : 9780788131387
Genre : Criminal statistics
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Provides information & statistics on felony sentencing, felons convicted, felons sentenced to probation, felony case processing, regional variation in adjudication & sentencing & trends in drug trafficking in the state courts system. Topics include: estimated number of felony convictions, types of felony sentences imposed, mean & median sentence lengths for felony sentences imposed, & sex, race & age of persons convicted of felonies, by offense. 50 charts, tables & figures in a clear & easy-to-understand format.

Convicted Offender Dna Backlog Reduction Program

Author : Raymond J. Beaudet
ISBN : 9781437926224
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Advances in DNA tech. provide law enforcement powerful new tools to identify suspects from biological evidence where older techniques could not. However, public and private crime labs are not fully equipped to handle the increased demand for DNA. The increased demand for DNA analyses has caused a large backlog of unanalyzed DNA samples from convicted offenders and crime scenes. To aid in reducing this national backlog, the Dept. of Justice funded the the Convicted Offender DNA Backlog Reduction Program (BRP). This audit examines the BRP, which is designed to accelerate the analysis of convicted offender and arrestee DNA samples collected by states and to provide timely CODIS-compatible data for state and national DNA databases.

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