The Necessity of Rewards for the Detection of Crime. Speech of General Benj. F. Butler of Massachusetts (Paperback)

The Necessity of Rewards for the Detection of Crime. Speech of General Benj. F. Butler of Massachusetts By Butl Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin) Cover Image
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In this speech, General Benj. F. Butler argues for the importance of rewards in incentivizing the detection of crime. Drawing on his experience as a prosecutor and politician, he makes the case that rewards can be a powerful tool in combating crime and ensuring justice. This speech is a compelling call to action for law enforcement officials and concerned citizens alike.

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Product Details
ISBN: 9781022135536
ISBN-10: 1022135538
Publisher: Legare Street Press
Publication Date: July 18th, 2023
Pages: 36
Language: English