Race crime and the law has been added to your cart add to cart buy now more buying choices 14 new from 1596 50 used from 435 64 used new from 435 see all buying options available at a lower price from other sellers that may not offer free prime shipping. About race crime and the law in this powerfully reasoned lucidly written work harvard law professor randall kennedy takes on the highly complex issues of race crime and the legal system uncovering the long standing failure of the justice system to protect blacks from criminals and revealing difficult truths about these factors in the united states. Officer race sex or experience did not predict the race of a person fatally shot beyond relationships explained by county demographics on the other hand race specific violent crime strongly predicted the race of a civilian fatally shot by police explaining over 40 of the variance in civilian race. This book explores the bitterly contested crossroads where race relations intersect with the rules that govern the apprehension trial and punishment of criminals abstract the author explains and evaluates solutions to important legal controversies that arise when legislative administrative and judicial policies and decisions are challenged on the grounds they are racially unjust
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