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by Robert Perske

  • Author: Robert Perske
  • ISBN: 0687429838
  • ISBN13: 978-0687429837
  • ePub: 1979 kb | FB2: 1826 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press (October 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 122
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Presenting actual criminal issues and cases involving people with disabilities, Unequal Justice? is a call for compassion in the face of a great.

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Unequal Justice? by Robert Perske. Presenting actual criminal issues and cases involving people with disabilities, Unequal Justice? is a call for compassion in the face of a great, yet often overlooked, American problem.

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It can happen quickly. writes advocate Robert Perske. Perske has made it his mission to defend people with mental disabilities whom he feels are being railroaded by the criminal justice system. A brutal crime is committed, outraging an entire community. Local police, under pressure to solve the case, latch onto a suspect, perhaps someone tangentially related to the victim, someone seen as "peculiar" or "retarded" and considered by police to be "fringe" or "abnormal. Leigh Ann Reynolds, project associate at the National Arc (formerly the Association for Retarded Citizens), calls him "the only person, that I'm aware of, who's been tracking this problem on a national level.

Justice Holmes was influenced by a core of powerful academic leaders in the early 1900s: Interestingly, all of them were of English origin. I feel strongly that the leader who most powerfully shaped the nation's thinking about persons with in-tellectual disabilities, and ultimately the ruling of Chief Justice Holmes, was Henry Goddard. He mixed his thinking about human beings with Gre-gor Mendel's laws for raising pea plants. According to Mendel, a single nasty gene could bring healthy pea plants down.

Justice Roberts is the name of: John Roberts (born 1955), Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court (2005-present). Owen Roberts (1875–1955), Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court (1930–1945). Roberts, Associate Justice of the Florida Supreme Court. Betty Roberts (1923–2011), Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court. Clarence J. Roberts, Associate Justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court. David G. Roberts, Associate Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.

Author:Robert Perske, 159 Hollow Tree Ridge R. Darien, CT 06820 ( Robert Perske is a citizen advocate and author who tracks persons with mental . He is the author of Unequal Justice, Deadly Innocence, and Circles of Friends. Darien, CT 06820 ( Robert Perske is a citizen advocate and author who tracks persons with mental disabilities who may have confessed to murders they did not commit. Download full-text PDF.

Presenting actual criminal issues and cases involving people with disabilities, Unequal Justice? is a call for compassion in the face of a great, yet often overlooked, American problem.
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