Session 208: SE8 -> The Justification of Punishment: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Cambridge
Session Chair: David W. Holleran, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Using Risk Assessment to Inform Sentencing Decisions for Non-Violent Offenders
by: Fred Cheesman II, National Center for State Courts (Corresponding)
Three Problems for Retributive Sentencing
by: Jerry Cederblom, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)
A Critique of the Criminal Punishment Code: Florida's Alternative to Its Sentencing Guidelines
by: David B. Griswold, Florida Atlantic University (Corresponding)
Accomplice Liability: Disparate Results in Sentencing
by: Victoria Time, Old Dominion University (Corresponding)
The Factors That Determine Prosecutors' Preferences in Recommending Criminal Sentences
by: Gerard Rainville, The American University (Corresponding)

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