Jonathan Jacobs

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Book Review

Stuntz’s Criminal Law

The late William Stuntz’s The Collapse of American Criminal Justice explanatorily and thematically links a wide range of issues concerning criminal justice, including the unplanned influences of the Warren Court, prosecutorial discretion, jury selection, and plea-bargaining, among other matters.

Jonathan Jacobs is the Presidential Scholar of Philosophy at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and is the Director of the College's Institute of Criminal Justice Ethics and Editor of the journal Criminal Justice Ethics. He has held the Richard J. and Joan Head Professor of Philosophy at Colgate University. He is the author of Law, Reason, and Morality in Medieval Jewish Philosophy and is currently working on a book entitled Criminal Justice and the Liberal Polity