Journal of Criminal Justice and Legal Issues
(originally - Journal of International Criminal Justice Research)
The Journal of Criminal Justice and Legal Issues (JCJLI) publishes original, unpublished manuscripts relating legal issues, legislation and regulations as they relate to criminal justice. It is designed to provide researchers an outlet to present legal issues in case format, analytical format and empirical-research format. Cases and topics from a broad range of topics are appropriate for consideration in JCJLI providing the focus of the work is criminal justice, the law, or legal issues.
Editor: Dr. James Larson, Professor/Chair, Dept. of Professional Studies, National University,
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ISSN: Online: 2167-566X, Print: 2167-5643
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Volume 3 - July, 2015:
Strategies for improving offender risk prediction: An examination of methods; Ryan M. Labrecque, Ph.D., Portland State University; Paula Smith, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati.
The answer to trial publicity is a better question; Kevin F. Qualls, Murray State University.
A rush to judgment and a denial of due process; Stephane Jasmin Kirven, Sacred Heart University.
An Exploratory Study of Confidence in Policing in India; John R. Tahiliani, Worcester State University; Jeffrey W. Cohen, University of Washington-Tacoma.
Public corruption: The role of laws and regulations across four
diverse countries; Wayne Koprowski, Dominican University; Khalid A. Razaki, Dominican University; Ehab Naser, Dominican University.
Prioritizing restorative justice in United States prisons; April Llamas, National University; James Larson, National University.
Volume 2 - September, 2014:
A note of marijuana legalization and arrest rates in the United States; Hsiao-Ming Wang, University of Houston-Downtown; Victoria H. Herrera, University of Houston-Downtown.
Emotive responses and female-perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence (IPV); Chiquita D. Howard-Bostic,
Assessing hiring preferences and discipline orientation of criminal justice programs; Stephen A. Morreale, Worcester State University / Walden University; James E. McCabe, Sacred Heart University.
Dual arrest in domestic violence investigations: a patrol officer perspective; Patrick Morris; Sacred Heart University.
Isolation to empowerment: A review of the campus rape adjudication process; Stephane Jasmin Kirven, Sacred Heart University.
A study of juror information on the websites of 61 predominately Hispanic Texas counties; Irma S. Jones, University of Texas at Brownsville; Dianna Blankenship, University of Texas at Brownsville; Marcus Juarez, University of Texas at Brownsville.
The economic impact of Chapter 11 reorganization verses Chapter 7 liquidation; Wade Druin, University of South Dakaota.
Medical marijuana versus generalized legalization of marijuana: progressing from government altruism to government capitulation
; James E. Guffey, National University.
Volume 1 - July, 2014:
AABRI has permanently retracted this manuscript from publication for non-compliance with the AABRI Originality Policy: Presidential executive orders - laws without legislation, Benjamin A. Neil, Towson University.
Dual arrest in intimate partner violence incidents: the influence of police officer, incident and organizational characteristics, Patrick Morris, Sacred Heart University.
Exploring the perceptions of the offender-officer relationship in a community supervision setting, Ryan M. Labrecque, University of Cincinnati; Myrinda Schweitzer,
University of Cincinnati; Paula Smith, University of Cincinnati.
Cases of human trafficking in Texas during 1992 to 2006: A content analysis, Yingyos Leechaianan, Sam Houston State University; Mitchel P. Roth, Sam Houston State University.
Concealed weapons on university campuses: a critical inquiry, Felicia Wagner, Texas Southern University; David Baker, Texas Southern University.
Activities of Japanese police in the Great East Japan Earthquake, Takahiko Yasuda, National Police Academy of Japan; Yusuke Takayama, Police Policy Research Center; Katsuhiro Soma, Police Policy Research Center.
Bound by the Code: Constraints of policing gender-motivated
violence in Canada, Ryan Scrivens, University of Ontario Institute of Technology; Barbara Perry, University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
Domestic violence victims – an examination of advocates’ experiences and impact on services , Tanya M. Grant, Sacred Heart University.
Comparative analysis of deaths in Cook County and Milwaukee County jails
, Richard G. Zevitz, Marquette University.
Gender-predicted attitudes toward gangs in non-metropolitan communities; Katrina A. Hómér, Santa Barbara Business College; Moneque Walker-Pickett, Saint Leo University.
Defenses, excuses and rationalizations of perpetrators of sex offenses against children; Andrew Fulkerson, Southeast Missouri State University; Diana Bruns, Southeast Missouri State University.
Judicial activism in Pakistan in commercial and constitutional matters: Let justice be done though the heavens fall; Muhammad Raheem Awan, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom.
How was witchcraft ever a crime?; Vicki Lindsay, Troy University.
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