Session 372: RS217 -> The Context and Consequences of Sentencing Kids as Adults
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 15
Place: LaSalle 5
Session Chair: Donna M. Bishop, Northeastern University
Unraveling the Effects of Juvenile Transfer on Recidivism: The Post-Release Behavior of Juveniles Sentenced to Adult Versus Juvenile Correctional Institutions
by: Donna M. Bishop, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Lonn Lanza-Kaduce, University of Florida
Charles E. Frazier, University of Florida
Jodi Lane, University of Florida
Legal Rationality and Jurisdictional Transfer: Comparing Sentencing of Adolescents in Juvenile and Criminal Courts
by: Aaron Kupchik, New York University (Corresponding)
The Effects of Sentencing Juveniles to Long-Term Imprisonment
by: Simon I. Singer, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Prosecuting Juveniles as Adults in New York State: A Contextual Analysis
by: Sharon Lansing, NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services (Corresponding)

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