Victims' rights organizations and the Daubney Committee: An examination of claims and their incorporation.

Raymond. Lonsdale
The purpose of this thesis is to assess the response of the Daubney Committee to the claims of five victims' rights organizations. Victims' rights organizations claim that the criminal justice system consistently fails to keep dangerous offenders incarcerated and drinking drivers off the road, resulting in considerable threat to the public. Chapter 2 presents a number of theories that have dominated the notion of social problems and claims making in the last fifty years. Of...
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