Session 158: CU10 -> THEMATIC SESSION: Sentencing: Content and Impact
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 15
Session Chair: Jeffery T. Ulmer, The Pennsylvania State University
Are Crack Offenders More Likely to Recidivate Than Cocaine Offenders? Implications for Federal Sentencing Guidelines and Prisoner Classification [Theme ID: TP]
by: Neal P. Langan, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Corresponding)
William G. Saylor, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Sentencing Disparity and Social Context [Theme ID: TP]
by: Rodney L. Engen, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Restrictive Intermediate Punishments and Recidivism in Pennsylvania [Theme ID: TP]
by: Jeffery T. Ulmer, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Contextual and Individual-Level Influences on the Decision to Imprison [Theme ID: TP]
by: Robert R. Weidner, University of Minnesota Duluth (Corresponding)
Richard Frase, University of Minnesota Law School

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