Session 193: JD2 -> Judicial Discretion in State and Federal Courts
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Danube
Session Chair: Sarah J. McLean, University at Albany
Judicial Discretion Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines: The Effect of Guidelines Departurues on Sentence Severity
by: Celesta A. Albonetti, University of Iowa (Corresponding)
Pretrial Release and Misconduct: Felony Defendants in the 75 Largest Counties
by: Brian A. Reaves, Bureau of Justice Statistics (Corresponding)
Impact of State Differences in Sentencing Instructions on Juror Confusion in Capital Cases
by: Wanda Foglia, Rowan University (Corresponding)
Juvenile Detention Decision-Making: Discriminatory or the Case of No Alternative?
by: Erika Gebo, University of New Hampshire (Corresponding)
Judicial Decision-Making: Is the Divorce Between Politics and Judicial Decision-Making Purely Rhetorical?
by: Robert P. Engvall, Roger Williams University (Corresponding)
Sarah J. McLean, University at Albany

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