Session 336: CU18 -> Issues in State Sentencing Policies
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Tower A
Session Chair: Natasha A. Frost, Criminology & Public Policy
Modeling Punitiveness: Assessing State-Level Variations in Punishment
by: Natasha A. Frost, Criminology & Public Policy (Corresponding)
Indeterminate, Determinate, Early Release, and Truth-in-Sentencing Penal Policies: An Empirical Test of the Impact on Public Safety
by: William D. Bales, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Courtney A. Waid, Florida State University
Thomas G. Blomberg, Forida State University
Of Fragmentation and Ferment: State Sentencing and Corrections Reforms, 1975-2002
by: Donald Stemen, The Vera Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
James A. Wilson, Fordham University - Lincoln Center
Robert Hope, The Vera Institute of Justice
Using Risk Assessment to Inform Sentencing Decisions for Non-Violent Offenders in Virginia
by: Matthew Kleiman, National Center for State Courts (Corresponding)
Brian J. Ostrom, National Center for State Courts
Fred Cheesman II, National Center for State Courts
Blending Sentencing of Juveniles in Minnesota: On Target for Justice and Public Safety?
by: Fred Cheesman II, National Center for State Courts (Corresponding)
Heidi Green, Minnesota Supreme Court

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