The 2003 American Society of Criminology Conference
Tuesday, November 18, to Saturday, November 22
Track Chronological Session Index
Courts Policy Track

Session Title Session IDTime
California's Prop 36: Program Status and Evaluation Session 12: CU1 Wednesday at 9:40AM
Trends in Therapeutic Justice Session 13: CU2 Wednesday at 9:40AM
Capital Punishment for Juveniles: Developmental Versus Political Arguments Session 42: CU3 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Court Responses to Domestic Violence Session 43: CU4 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Constructing Control: Probation Orders and Sentencing Session 69: CU5 Wednesday at 2:40PM
Prosecutorial Discretion and Sentencing Outcomes Session 70: CU6 Wednesday at 2:40PM
Empirical Research on Federal Sentencing Guidelines Session 98: CU7 Wednesday at 4:20PM
Factors Affecting Waiver of Juveniles to Adult Court Session 127: CU8 Thursday at 8:00AM
False Confessions, Wrongful Convictions, and What to do About Them Session 157: CU9 Thursday at 9:40AM
THEMATIC SESSION: Sentencing: Content and Impact Session 158: CU10 Thursday at 9:40AM
Federal Sentencing Guidelines: Focus on Discretion and Offenders Session 192: CU11 Thursday at 1:00PM
THEMATIC SESSION: Research on Courts and Sentencing Session 193: CU12 Thursday at 1:00PM
Have the Courts Cracked? Session 233: CU13 Thursday at 2:40PM
Roundtable: ROUNDTABLE: Critiques of Existing Court and Correctional Practices Session 234: CU14 Thursday at 2:40PM
Implementing Policy Reforms Session 285: CU15 Friday at 8:00AM
Issues in Sentencing Discretion in State Courts Session 309: CU16 Friday at 9:40AM
Research on Wrongful Conviction (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 335: CU17 Friday at 1:00PM
Issues in State Sentencing Policies Session 336: CU18 Friday at 1:00PM
Death Penalty Research: Juror Decision-Making, Media Coverage, and the Death Penalty Moratorium Session 360: CU19 Friday at 2:40PM
Issues of Policy and Compliance in Family Violence Session 361: CU20 Friday at 2:40PM
THEMATIC SESSIONS: Identifying and Limiting Discretion in Sentencing: Can Research Inform Policy? Session 362: CU21 Friday at 2:40PM
New Perspectives on Sentencing Disparity Session 386: CU22 Friday at 4:20PM
Research on the Administration of Capital Punishment Session 387: CU23 Friday at 4:20PM
The Effect of Public Opinion on the Death Penalty Session 402: CU24 Saturday at 9:00AM
Addressing Issues of Race in Criminal Justice Agencies Session 425: CU25 Saturday at 10:40AM
Sentencing Guidelines and Discretion Session 426: CU26 Saturday at 10:40AM
What Counts as a Hate Crime? The Role of Prosecutorial Discretion Session 427: CU27 Saturday at 10:40AM

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