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The transformation of criminal justice, Philadelphia, 1800-1880

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University of North Carolina Press , Chapel Hill
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History., Private prosecutors -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- His

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StatementAllen Steinberg.
SeriesStudies in legal history
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LC ClassificationsKFX2137 .S74 1989
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Paginationix, 326 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2187365M
ISBN 100807818445
LC Control Number89005485

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On professionalization of prosecution see Steinberg, Allen, The Transformation of Criminal Justice, Philadelphia, –, Studies in Legal History (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ); on professionalization of defense attorneys, see Michael Jonathan Millender.

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