A supplement for Introduction to Criminal Justice, Introduction to Criminology, Introduction to Policing, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law or Special Topics. Criminal Justice: A Collection of True-Crime Cases is a first-of-its-kind approach to blending theory with reality using compelling, newsworthy cases. Gripping and easy-to-digest, the handbook contains eight high profile cases that will hold students' interest-page after page. Cases coincide with Part I crimes and discuss crimes against persons and crimes against property. Each case follows a consistent format, providing definitions of crime, statistical data, analysis of crimes and investigative questions. Unique You're the Investigator sections end each chapter and are an easy way to revive traditional lectures and infuse them with reality-based, hands-on material.