Rebuilding Justice: A Review of the Collapse of American Criminal Justice, by William J. Stuntz

@inproceedings{Monroe2012RebuildingJA,
  title={Rebuilding Justice: A Review of the Collapse of American Criminal Justice, by William J. Stuntz},
  author={Albert Monroe},
  year={2012}
}
America’s criminal justice system has led to extremely high incarceration and crime rates in many poor and working-class neighborhoods. William Stuntz’s final book, The Collapse of American Criminal Justice, suggests ways to improve America’s system of criminal justice. My review compares Stuntz’s view of American criminal justice with the views of empirical social scientists Mark Kleiman and David Kennedy, whose work is used around the country in successful social experiments to reduce crime… CONTINUE READING