No Equal Justice  


No Equal Justice
The New Press | February 1, 2000 | 218 pages
ISBN: 9781565845664

In a hard-hitting study hailed by "Publishers Weekly" as "well-argued" and "passionate, " a leading constitutional scholar reveals that, despite a veneer of neutrality, race- and class-based double standards operate in virtually every criminal justice setting, from police behavior to jury selection to sentencing.