Session 169: SE7 -> Assessing the Impact of "Get Tough" Sentencing Reform
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Cambridge
Session Chair: Sara Steen, Vanderbilt University
Implementation and Impact of 'Get Tough' Sentencing Reform at the Court Level: A Case Study
by: Nancy Merritt, RAND Corporation (Corresponding)
Assessing Effects of the Truth in Sentencing Law in Massachusetts
by: Mohamed Sesay, Massachusetts Department of Corrections (Corresponding)
Xiaogang Deng, University of Massachusetts - Boston
Measuring the Effect of the 'Truth in Sentencing' Law on the Amount of Inmate Time Served in Massachusetts
by: Jerome N. McKibben, Massachusetts Department of Corrections (Corresponding)
Mohamed Sesay, Massachusetts Department of Corrections
Sentencing and Human Rights: Three Strikes Mandatory Imprisonment Laws and the Violation of Human Rights
by: Chris Cunneen, University of Sydney Law School (Corresponding)
Influencing the Prosecutors: An Analysis of the Impact of Judicial Discretion on the Implementation of the California 'Three-Strikes' Law
by: Jennifer Walsh, California State University - Los Angeles (Corresponding)

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