Session 426: CU26 -> Sentencing Guidelines and Discretion
Time: 10:40AM to 12:10 PM on Saturday, November 22
Place: Tower A
Session Chair: Noelle Fearn, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Judicial Discretion and Sentencing Guidelines Systems: Beyond the Voluntary/Presumptive Dichotomy
by: Donald Stemen, The Vera Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Sara Mogulescu, The Vera Institute of Justice
The Determinants of Sentencing in Pennsylvania: Do the Characteristics of Judges Matter?
by: David B. Muhlhausen, The Heritage Foundation (Corresponding)
Factors Affecting Sentencing Outcomes in Criminal Cases: A Multilevel Analysis
by: Noelle Fearn, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Prosecutorial Discretion and the Imposition of Mandatory Minimum Sentences
by: John H. Kramer, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Jeffery T. Ulmer, The Pennsylvania State University
Megan Kurlychek, The Pennsylvania State University
Discussants:
David F. Greenberg, New York University

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