Session 128: SE2 -> Charge Selection
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Rhine
Session Chair: Ronald Wright, Wake Forest Law School
Mandatory Sentencing and Adjudication MOutcomes: Examining the Role of Extralegal Defendant Characteristics
by: Miriam D. Sealock, Towson University (Corresponding)
Nicole Leeper Piquero, University of Florida
Implementing Sentencing Reform Under Guidelines: A Test of the Hydraulic Displacement Thesis
by: Rodney L. Engen, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Sara Steen, University of Colorado, Boulder
Arrest Volume, System Capacity and Prison Sentences: Examining the Impact of Arrests for Quality of Life Offenses in New York City on Felong Arrest Dispositions
by: Sharon Lansing, NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services (Corresponding)
When Mandatory Sentences Are No Longer Mandatory: Evaluating the Impact of Discretion on the California "Three Strikes" Law
by: Jennifer Walsh, California State University - Los Angeles (Corresponding)

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