Session 297: SE6 -> Descriptive Papers
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: Rhine
Session Chair: Frank Bowman, Indiana University School of Law
A Hierarchial Analysis of National Trends in Sentencing of Rape Offenders
by: Christopher D. Maxwell, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Amanda L. Robinson, Michigan State University
Lori Post, Michigan State University
Involuntary Civil Commitment of Sex Offenders in New Jersey: How Does it Compare to Other States?
by: Jennifer E. Scott, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Kristen Zgaba, Rutgers University
Impact of Changing Dynamics of Inmates Serving Life Sentence in Texas
by: Raymond H.C. Teske, Jr., Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)
Stephanie A. Whitus, California State University, Sacramento
Sentencing Practices in the District of Columbia: Comparisons With Other Jurisdictions, 1993-2000
by: Chanchalat Chanhatasilpa, D.C. Advisory Commission on Sentencing (Corresponding)
James M. Cronin, D.C. Advisory Commission on Sentencing
Kim S. Hunt, D.C. Advisory Commission on Sentencing
Crack vs. Cocaine, Mandatory Minimums, and Racial Disparity in Sentencing
by: Richard D. Hartley, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)

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