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Criminal Sentences Law Without Order by Marvin E. Frankel: This book discusses the crucial issues involved with sentencing by outlining the methods by which criminal defendants are sentenced and then offers possible remedies for improving the criminal justice system's sentencing guidelines. It addresses potential judicial incompetence with regard to sentencing, correctional facilities, and the lack of guidance in criminal codes. Super Tenant by John M. Striker and Andrew O. Shapiro: This book discusses the development and progress in the law of tenant's rights, including discussion of rent stabilization, landlord liability for tort damages, and more recent concepts such as the warranty of habitability.

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