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Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Why Can't You . . .
have a commission and guidelines in
if you can have a Fed?
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Why "Corrections Sentencing"?
Agencies and Organizations
Research and Reports
Articles and Commentary
Corrections and Sentencing Law and Policy Abstracts
So You Want to Be a Sentencing Commissioner?
So You Want to Start a Sentencing Commission?
So You Want to Structure Sentencing?
So You Want to Direct Sentencing Commission Research?
So You Want to Direct a Sentencing Commission?
What If a Commission Won't Work in Your State?
So You Want to Administer Sentences?
A History of Wisconsin Corrections Sentencing
Thinking Outside the Cage
Encouraging News From Alabama
The New York Times Weighs In
More NCJRS Abstracts, Juvenile Articles
How Coverage Is Supposed to Be
More NCJRS Abstracts, Sex Offenses Edition
One Is The Loneliest Number
Okay, This One's for Your Weekend
Not Really Corrections Sentencing
State Budgets, Get Ready
Depression and Perceptions of Likely Crime Victimi...
Agreeing With Berman, Again
Latest NJ Sentencing Report
Insanity and Hearings on Insanity
Birth Order and Adolescent Aggression
My Kind of Study
Prison Pop Growth Rates Lower
I'm Getting Serious Now
The Mark of a Great Society
Genes and Addiction
Early Mistreatment, Later Abusiveness
Psychology, Crime & Law Abstracts
iPods and Literacy
Momentum Builds For Reform In New Jersey
For Those Wondering
Hard Sciences and Good Stories
The Sound You Just Heard
Unintended Consequences and [Insert the Name] Laws...
Native American Reentry
Prison Journal Abstracts
Words of Wisdom
Property Crime Decreases Don't Matter
News of the Day, Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Hispanic Teens and Drugs
Victims and Victims
News of the Day, Monday, September 24, 2007
Around the Blogs, Monday, September 24, 2007
Mental Health Court Research
Parole For Convicts Banned By Connecticut Gov.
More NCJRS Abstracts, Articles on Women in Corr Se...
Walk, Don't Run
NJ's Not the Only State
More NCJRS Abstracts, September 22, 2007
The Perfect Storm?
TECHNOCORRECTIONS, Here We Come
More NCJRS Abstracts, Sex Offender Edition
Well Down the Path
Comment on Privatizing Law
Lesson for the Day
More NCJRS Abstracts, Porn Edition
"Brain's Messengers Could Be Regulated, Study Sugg...
I Always Suspected
Lights Flashing, Gates Down, Cars on the Track
"For kids, meth is death"
Innocent Pleading Guilty
More NCJRS Abstracts, Wednesday, September 19, 200...
Prevention Works Is Back!!!!
More Second Life Questions
Doing Juries Better
Pot Logic and Illogic
Nice to See
The Worst Generation?
Crim & Pub Policy and the Sentencing Policy Instit...
News of the Day, Monday, September 17, 2007
More NCJRS Abstracts, September 17, 2007
If They Can Do it with Macaques . . .
Girls of TECHNOCORRECTIONS
More NCJRS Abstracts, September 16, 2007
The Price of Fame
More NCJRS Abstracts, Saturday, September 15, 2007...
More NCJRS Abstracts, Friday, September 14, 2007
News of the Day, Thursday, September 13, 2007
Journal of Experimental Criminology Abstracts
News of the Day, Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Sentencing Policy Institute
A Lesson for TECHNOCORRECTIONS
A Gain for TECHNOCORRECTIONS
A Mechanism for TECHNOCORRECTIONS
"Oh, yeah. I believe he's the only guy running nud...
Studies in the News
Fiscal Conservatism and Corrections Sentencing
Victims & Offenders Abstracts, Part Two
Nice SacBee Post On The CA Commission Impasse
The Irrational Discipline
New SAMSHA Release
Victims & Offenders Abstracts, Part One
“If I had a choice, I would not be living in Buffa...
The New Civil Rights?
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