Dr. Martin Guevara Urbina, Professor of Criminal Justice at Sul Ross State Univ. Rio Grande College and noted author, wrote Hispanics in the U.S. Criminal Justice System, currently the number one publication listed in the “20 Best Immigration Law Books of All Time” on BookAuthority.com.
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This is the second edition of the book, permitting Dr. Urbina to add text on the recommendation of critics, experts, and readers. Three sections cover law enforcement, the judicial system, and the penal system in the context of immigration law. The author added three new chapters at the end that make it more inclusive and brings a global perspective to the material. According to Urbina, this book provides a broad view of immigration law and has been adopted for use as a textbook.
Dr. Urbina takes pride in his quality research and presenting it in his scholarly publications without bias, preferring to report the facts. He stated that some find his writing argumentative to which he responds, “Some people don’t want to hear to the truth.”
Congratulations to Dr. Urbina for his success as an author, an instructor, and as a researcher!
Find Hispanics in the U.S. Criminal Justice System and a variety of other publications on Dr. Urbina’s page on Amazon: http://amazon.com/author/martin.guevara.urbina