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passed by the Senate after amending it to contain the language of S. ADDITIONAL REFERENCE SOURCES Public compensation to victims Edelhertz, Herbert, and Gilbert Geis. of crime. New York, Praeger, p. (KFE3) Garofolo, James;and Paul L. Sutton. Public Compensation to Victims of Crime By Herbert Edelhertz; Gilbert Geis Praeger Publishers, Read preview Overview Transformation: The Promise and Politics of . "Public Compensation to Victims of Crime: A Survey of the New York Experience," (with Herbert Edelhertz, Duncan Chappell, and L. Paul Sutton), Criminal Law Bulletin, 9 (January February ), 5 47, and 9 (March ), Table of contents for Crime & Delinquency, 21, 3,
Gender and Crime: Patterns in Victimization and Offending. New York: New York University Press, pp. Article in Criminal Justice Review 32(4) December with 10 ReadsAuthor: Jerome Mckean. The principle of compensating victims of violent crime is not new. In In (l reeent study of victim compensation programs, Herbert Edelhertz \and Gilbert Geis, have said in a more negative vein that "such endeavors California (), New York (), HawaH (), Mary. ] BOOKS PUBLIC COMPENSATION TO VICTIMS OF CRIME. By Herbert Edelhertz and Gilbert Geis. New York, Washington, London: Praeger Publishers, Pp. xv, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Pp. , $ (cloth). Peter L. Berger. Religion in a Revolutionary Society. AEI Distinguished Lecture Series. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Re- Herbert Edelhertz and Gilbert Geis. Public Compensation to Victims of Crime. Ohio State University Press, Pp. 21, $1.
(1) Cal. Stat. See also Herbert Edelhertz & Gilbert Geis, U.S. Department of Justice, Public Compensation to Victims of Crime 76 (); Daniel McGillis Patricia Smith, Compensating Victims of Crime: An Analysis of American Programs (). Encyclopedia of white-collar & corporate crime (Vols. ). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: / The by Brent Fisse and John Braithwaite (State University of New York Press, ) In the Wake of the Exxon Valdez by Art Davidson (Sierra Club Books, On White-Collar Crime by Gilbert Geis (D.C. Heath, ). After an essay on the historiography of white-collar crime, roughly alphabetically arranged entries (written by leading scholars in the field) provide an in-depth look into the various aspects of white-collar crime, describing people, laws, companies, types of crimes, and events. The second edition of the Encyclopedia of White-Collar and Corporate Crime is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Gil Geis, professor emeritus at the University of California, Irvine, who died on Saturday, Novem Gil (he hated to be called Gilbert) was my mentor, teacher, advisor, and friend.