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Crime.Justice & America - Letters from the Publisher - Introducing Bill Bickel

"Better education means better justice. Better education means a higher standard for government to insure proper prosecution and incarceration. Better education means reduced recidivism, and in turn, less financial burden on society".

 
 Introducing Bill Bickel
 

Letter from the Publisher

Beginning with this issue, Crime, Justice & America is privileged to introduce our new Managing Editor, Bill Bickel. Bill is a crime journalist, and has appeared on, and been interviewed by major Television Networks and Radio Stations across the country. Bill is a seasoned author with a life-long interest in the criminal justice system. As a mystery writer, Bill has had a longtime personal and professional involvement with the criminal justice system, and now is able to delve into some of the issues that have always piqued his interest by his role as managing editor of Crime, Justice & America. We look forward to a long and rewarding relationship with Bill Bickel.

            We would like to welcome two new contributing writers to Crime, Justice & America; Dr. Doug Lyle and Kathleen Antrim. Together, these two professional writers will analyze, evaluate, and critique a book or movie depicting the criminal justice system, segments of the system. Next, they will explain a scene or two from the book or movie, and, this part is really exciting, explain in detail the reality of the scene using today’s technology. Each month we will present this column “A Perfect Crime?” for your review and enjoyment.

            We also welcome the addition of our Alameda County Edition to our distribution of Crime, Justice & America. We would like to extend our appreciation to an Alameda County Sheriffs Deputy, Lt. Jerry Maldonado, who has spearheaded our new relationship with the Alameda County Sheriffs Department. We look forward to providing relevant information on the important topics of the Department to all our readers.

            Lastly, in our January issue, we have had over $600,000 in winners of our Sweepstakes Program for our readers who need to get our on bail. We have made it even easier for our readers in need to enter and win assistance on your bail. Think about it. If someone you know needs bail, wouldn’t you like to save money? So, enter, win, and save money. Simple as that……

 

Ray Hrdlicka

 
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