Session 309: CU16 -> Issues in Sentencing Discretion in State Courts
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Tower A
Session Chair: Brian Forst, The American University
Exploring the Effects of Offender and County Characteristics Across Conviction Type: A Multi-Level Model
by: Brenda Sims Blackwell, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Chester L. Britt, Arizona State University West
The Trial Penalty: How Severe Is It and What Accounts For It?
by: Candace C. McCoy, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Thomas Cohen, Pretrial Services Resource Center
The Criminal Justice System Impact of "Get Tough" Sentencing Reform: A Case Study
by: Nancy Merritt, RAND (Corresponding)
Susan Turner, RAND
The Impact of Changes in Pennsylvania's Sentencing Guidelines, 1991-2000
by: Mindy Wilson, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
John H. Kramer, The Pennsylvania State University
Brian Daniel Johnson, University of Maryland at College Park
Jeffery T. Ulmer, The Pennsylvania State University

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