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Prison congestion: A failure of Criminal Justice System in Nigeria? provides an elaborate situation report of prison congestion in Nigeria.
The book identifies that over 70% of persons held in prison are pre-trial detainees and that the facilities in the prisons are far below the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.
It discusses the role of the Police, Courts, Prisons and others in Prison congestion and proffers solutions.
This book is essential to all who seek to promote and protect human rights especially students, legal practitioners, judges, civil rights groups and the government.
Cordelia Chinwendu Ichie (Mrs.) B.A (Hons) University of Calabar, LL.B (Hons) University of Uyo, LL.M, Abia State University Uturu, Nigeria, Notary Public, former Chairman of NBA Aba Branch, Human Rights Committee, Associate Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK, member of IBA.
Her wealth of experience in the legal practice is over 10 years.
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