Session 69: LA12 -> Roundtable: Table Session 9: Judicial Decision-Making and Sentencing
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Marquis Salon IV
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Race and Gender Effects in Pre-Trial Dispositions: An Analysis of Judicial Decision-Making
by: Anne C. Garner, Salem State College (Corresponding)
Public Perceptions on the Sentencing of Aboriginal Offenders: An Evaluation of s.718.2(e) of the Canadian Criminal Code
by: Rachel Dioso, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
An Examination of Racial Disparity in an Administrative Drug Court
by: Pauline Brennan, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte (Corresponding)
Sociological and Legal Factors in the Sentencing of Organizational White Collar Crime: The Punishment of Environmental Crime Before and After the Sentencing Guidelines
by: Leo G. Barrile, Bloomsburg University (Corresponding)
Neal Slone, Bloomsburg University
Environmental Uncertainty and Organizational Change: a Case Study of the Texas Prison System
by: Joe Gorton, University of Northern Iowa (Corresponding)

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