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Facing the Facts: Criminal Consequences of Child Abuse Homicides
From 1985-2002, 445 children in North Carolina hav

Our Price: $20.00
By Kim Howes (au)
Year: 2004
Pages: 43
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422300161

From 1985-2002, 445 children in North Carolina have been killed by their parent or caregiver. This report highlights a few of the obstacles that affect child abuse homicides being identified & prosecuted as crimes, & offers suggestions that may ensure that the perpetrators of these crimes receive appropriate & just sentences. Reduction in the discrepancies that occur within the criminal justice system is important, but equally as essential are the encouragement of appropriate plea bargains &/or prosecution of all of these homicides. The goal is to achieve a balance between equity in cases that have similar circumstances, justice for the victims, & protection for other children that may be under the perpetratorís sphere of influence. Charts & tables.

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