Session 29: SE1 -> Federal Sentencing Guidelines: The Effects of Race and Gender on Sentences Imposed on Drug Offenders
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Victorian
Session Chair: Cassia Spohn, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Role of Race and Gender in Departures From the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
by: Amy Farrell, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Crack-ing Down on Black Drug Offenders: Testing for Interactions Between Offender Race, Drug Type, and Statute Charged in Federal Drug Sentences
by: Paula Kautt, University of Texas at San Antonio (Corresponding)
Cassia Spohn, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Minimizing Judicial Discretion, Maximizing Racism? The Sentencing of Drug Traffickers Under Federal Sentencing Guidelines
by: Paula Kautt, University of Texas at San Antonio (Corresponding)
Cassia Spohn, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Minimizing Judicial Discretion, Maximizing Racism? The Sentencing of Drug Traffickers Under Federal Sentencing Guidelines
by: Clayton Mosher, Washington State University, Vancouver (Corresponding)
Pui-Lam Lam, Washington State University
Thomas Rotolo, Washington State University Vancouver
Villain or Victim?: Social Predictors of Drug Sentencing, 1995-1996
by: Lisa Pasko, University of Hawaii at Manoa (Corresponding)

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