Session 464: RS280 -> Sentencing, Profiling, and Counsel: Looking at Criminal Justice Policies and Practices
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Friday, November 15
Place: Clark 9
Session Chair: Robert L. Bing III, University of Texas - Arlington
Racial Disparity in Felony Sentencing Re-Contextualizing a Community Concern as a Research Problem
by: Daniel C. Dahlgren, Kent State University, Stark Campus (Corresponding)
Peter C. Kratcoski, Kent State University, Stark Campus
Sonja Beatty, Kent State University
Rhondi Mosteller, Kent State University
Racial Profiling, Racial Bias and Issues of Methodology and Interpretation
by: Thomas J. Gamble, Mercyhurst College (Corresponding)
Peter J. Benekos, Mercyhurst College
The Impact of Truth-in-Sentencing on Prison Violence and Misconduct The New Nersey Experience
by: Patrick F. McManimon, Jr., Marist College (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Robert L. Bing III, University of Texas - Arlington

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