Session 169: CL8 -> The Impact of Judicial Decisions on Sentencing
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 208
Session Chair: Brian D. Johnson, University of Maryland at College Park
Judges on Trial: The Impact of Judge Characteristics Across Modes of Conviction
by: Brian D. Johnson, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
The Impact of Bench Trial Convictions on Sentencing
by: Thomas H. Cohen, Bureau of Justice Statistics (Corresponding)
The Main and Conditioning Effects of Community Characteristics on Sentencing: A Multilevel Analysis
by: Noelle Fearn, Washington State University (Corresponding)
Homicide Sentencing and the Behavior of Law
by: Kathleen Auerhahn, Temple University (Corresponding)
People's Assessors System, Current Function, and Its Fate in Future: A Study of the Lay Judge System in China
by: Bin Liang, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa (Corresponding)
Hong Lu, University of Nevada - Las Vegas

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