By Mary Higgins Clark
Mary Higgins Clark, the Queen of Suspense, crafts a terrifying tale of homicide and obsession with "a slambam finish" (Los Angeles instances publication Review).
ALL round the TOWN
while Laurie Kenyon, a twenty-one-year-old scholar, is accused of murdering her English professor, she has no reminiscence of the crime. Her fingerprints, notwithstanding, are in every single place. while she asks her sister, legal professional Sarah, to mount her protection, Sarah in flip brings in psychiatrist Justin Donnelly. abducted on the age of 4 and victimized for 2 years, Laurie has built superb coping talents. in simple terms while the insufferable stories of these misplaced years are published can the reality of the crime pop out -- and basically then can the ultimate sadistic plan of her abductor, whose obsession is improved than ever, be printed.
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Some accept it provided that it is not cruel, inhuman, degrading or excessive; or that it is effective - and indeed more effective than other measures. This is too complex a subject to discuss here, but it is generally accepted that the effect of deterrence is at best limited, and that probability of detection is more significant than severity of punishment. Punishment may be regarded as effective in denouncing crime, but that too can be achieved by other methods (as we shall see). The other consideration, often neglected, is that punishment has 'counterdeterrent' side-effects which must be weighed against, and may outweigh, any success in the primary aim of deterrence or denunciation.
Evidence which they record is admissible in court, and the interrogator's pennission is required before a child may be heard as a witness in court. However, a person may not be convicted on the evidence of the youth interrogator alone, unless it is corroborated by other evidence (Reifen 1966). Judge Reifen claimed that in the ten years since the law came into force, more people had reported such offences. In Britain, live television links are now permitted in the Crown Court at centres which have the facilities, so that children can give evidence from outside the courtroom in cases involving offences of sex, violence or cruelty (Criminal Justice Act 1988).
More should be known about the effect of compensation on victims (Reeves, personal communication): is it enough, is it affected by the method of administration, do payments for pain and suffering, or bereavement, make them feel better? THE COMMUNITY MAKES AMENDS: SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS Criminal injuries compensation programmes are a way for society, through the State, to show concern for victims of violence, expressed in the fonn, at once tangible and symbolic, of money. There is another way in which society, as the local community, can show its concern and offer practical help.